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Published on 28.08.19 in Vol 21, No 8 (2019): August

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Works citing "Comparison of the Effects of Coaching and Receipt of App Recommendations on Depression, Anxiety, and Engagement in the IntelliCare Platform: Factorial Randomized Controlled Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/13609):

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  1. Graham AK, Greene CJ, Kwasny MJ, Kaiser SM, Lieponis P, Powell T, Mohr DC. Coached Mobile App Platform for the Treatment of Depression and Anxiety Among Primary Care Patients. JAMA Psychiatry 2020;
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  3. Chow PI. Developing Mental or Behavioral Health Mobile Apps for Pilot Studies by Leveraging Survey Platforms: A Do-it-Yourself Process. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(4):e15561
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  4. Orr LC, Graham AK, Mohr DC, Greene CJ. Engagement and Clinical Improvement Among Older Adult Primary Care Patients Using a Mobile Intervention for Depression and Anxiety: Case Studies. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(7):e16341
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  5. Chow PI, Showalter SL, Gerber M, Kennedy EM, Brenin D, Mohr DC, Lattie EG, Gupta A, Ocker G, Cohn WF. Use of Mental Health Apps by Patients With Breast Cancer in the United States: Pilot Pre-Post Study. JMIR Cancer 2020;6(1):e16476
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  6. Zhang R, Nicholas J, Knapp AA, Graham AK, Gray E, Kwasny MJ, Reddy M, Mohr DC. Clinically Meaningful Use of Mental Health Apps and its Effects on Depression: Mixed Methods Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(12):e15644
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  7. Wasil AR, Venturo-Conerly KE, Shingleton RM, Weisz JR. A review of popular smartphone apps for depression and anxiety: Assessing the inclusion of evidence-based content. Behaviour Research and Therapy 2019;123:103498
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