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Published on 19.03.19 in Vol 21, No 3 (2019): March

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Works citing "Can Smartphone Apps Increase Physical Activity? Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/12053):

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  1. Yang X, Ma L, Zhao X, Kankanhalli A. Factors influencing user’s adherence to physical activity applications: A scoping literature review and future directions. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2020;134:104039
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  3. Spelt H, Tsiampalis T, Karnaki P, Kouvari M, Zota D, Linos A, Westerink J. Lifestyle E-Coaching for Physical Activity Level Improvement: Short-Term and Long-Term Effectivity in Low Socioeconomic Status Groups. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2019;16(22):4427
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  4. Edney S, Ryan JC, Olds T, Monroe C, Fraysse F, Vandelanotte C, Plotnikoff R, Curtis R, Maher C. User Engagement and Attrition in an App-Based Physical Activity Intervention: Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(11):e14645
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  5. Petersen JM, Prichard I, Kemps E. A Comparison of Physical Activity Mobile Apps With and Without Existing Web-Based Social Networking Platforms: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(8):e12687
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  6. Tark R, Metelitsa M, Akkermann K, Saks K, Mikkel S, Haljas K. Usability, Acceptability, Feasibility, and Effectiveness of a Gamified Mobile Health Intervention (Triumf) for Pediatric Patients: Qualitative Study. JMIR Serious Games 2019;7(3):e13776
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  7. Ding EY, Ensom E, Hafer N, Buchholz B, Picard MA, Dunlap D, Rogers E, Lawton C, Koren A, Lilly C, Fitzgibbons TP, McManus DD. Point-of-care technologies in heart, lung, blood and sleep disorders from the Center for Advancing Point-of-Care Technologies. Current Opinion in Biomedical Engineering 2019;11:58
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  8. Holzmann SL, Holzapfel C. A Scientific Overview of Smartphone Applications and Electronic Devices for Weight Management in Adults. Journal of Personalized Medicine 2019;9(2):31
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  9. Patel MS, Small DS, Harrison JD, Fortunato MP, Oon AL, Rareshide CAL, Reh G, Szwartz G, Guszcza J, Steier D, Kalra P, Hilbert V. Effectiveness of Behaviorally Designed Gamification Interventions With Social Incentives for Increasing Physical Activity Among Overweight and Obese Adults Across the United States. JAMA Internal Medicine 2019;179(12):1624
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  10. Lunde P, Bye A, Bergland A, Nilsson BB. Effects of individualized follow-up with a smartphone-application after cardiac rehabilitation: protocol of a randomized controlled trial. BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2019;11(1)
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  1. Sariyska R, Montag C. Digital Phenotyping and Mobile Sensing. 2019. Chapter 4:45
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