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Published on 25.10.12 in Vol 14, No 5 (2012): Sep-Oct

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Works citing "Disordered Eating in a Digital Age: Eating Behaviors, Health, and Quality of Life in Users of Websites With Pro-Eating Disorder Content"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2023):

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  1. Moreno MA, Ton A, Selkie E, Evans Y. Secret Society 123: Understanding the Language of Self-Harm on Instagram. Journal of Adolescent Health 2016;58(1):78
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  2. Iles IA, Seate AA, Waks L. Eating disorder public service announcements. Health Education 2016;116(5):476
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  3. Rodgers RF, Melioli T. The Relationship Between Body Image Concerns, Eating Disorders and Internet Use, Part I: A Review of Empirical Support. Adolescent Research Review 2016;1(2):95
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  4. Tan T, Kuek A, Goh SE, Lee EL, Kwok V. Internet and smartphone application usage in eating disorders: A descriptive study in Singapore. Asian Journal of Psychiatry 2016;19:50
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  5. Arseniev-Koehler A, Lee H, McCormick T, Moreno MA. #Proana: Pro-Eating Disorder Socialization on Twitter. Journal of Adolescent Health 2016;58(6):659
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  6. Simpson CC, Mazzeo SE. Skinny Is Not Enough: A Content Analysis of Fitspiration on Pinterest. Health Communication 2016;:1
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  7. Gale L, Channon S, Larner M, James D. Experiences of using pro-eating disorder websites: a qualitative study with service users in NHS eating disorder services. Eating and Weight Disorders - Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity 2016;21(3):427
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  8. Turja T, Oksanen A, Kaakinen M, Sirola A, Kaltiala-Heino R, Räsänen P. Proeating disorder websites and subjective well-being: A four-country study on young people. International Journal of Eating Disorders 2016;
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  9. Oksanen A, Garcia D, Sirola A, Näsi M, Kaakinen M, Keipi T, Räsänen P. Pro-Anorexia and Anti-Pro-Anorexia Videos on YouTube: Sentiment Analysis of User Responses. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(11):e256
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  10. Thamotharan S, Hubbard M, Fields S. Delay discounting, but not disinhibition or inattention, partially mediates the effects of neuroticism on disordered eating in adolescents. Eating Behaviors 2015;18:91
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  11. Miller EA, Pole A, Usidame B. Life and Death in the Mental-Health Blogosphere: An Analysis of Blog Content and Survival. World Medical & Health Policy 2015;7(1):59
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  12. Custers K. The urgent matter of online pro-eating disorder content and children: clinical practice. European Journal of Pediatrics 2015;174(4):429
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  13. Starr TB, Kreipe RE. Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa: Brains, Bones and Breeding. Current Psychiatry Reports 2014;16(5)
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  14. Delforterie MJ, Larsen JK, Bardone-Cone AM, Scholte RHJ. Effects of Viewing a Pro-Ana Website: An Experimental Study on Body Satisfaction, Affect, and Appearance Self-Efficacy. Eating Disorders 2014;22(4):321
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  15. McClay C, Waters L, McHale C, Schmidt U, Williams C. Online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Bulimic Type Disorders, Delivered in the Community by a Nonclinician: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(3):e46
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  16. Mayrand J, Bartlett JC. Mental health in library and information science research: Preliminary results of a literature review focusing on information behavior. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 2013;50(1):1
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  17. Young C. Community Management That Works: How to Build and Sustain a Thriving Online Health Community. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(6):e119
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