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Published on 06.12.16 in Vol 4, No 2 (2016): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Attentional Bias Modification With Serious Game Elements: Evaluating the Shots Game"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/games.6464):

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  1. Zhang M, Ying J, Song G, Fung DS, Smith H. Gamified Cognitive Bias Modification Interventions for Psychiatric Disorders: Review. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(4):e11640
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  2. Abend R, Naim R, Pergamin-Hight L, Fox NA, Pine DS, Bar-Haim Y. Age Moderates Link Between Training Effects and Treatment Response to Attention Bias Modification Treatment for Social Anxiety Disorder. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 2018;
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  3. Notebaert L, Grafton B, Clarke PJ, Rudaizky D, Chen NT, MacLeod C. Emotion-in-Motion, a Novel Approach for the Modification of Attentional Bias: An Experimental Proof-of-Concept Study. JMIR Serious Games 2018;6(4):e10993
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  4. Zhang M, Ying J, Song G, Fung D, Smith H. Recent Advances in Attention Bias Modification for Substance Addictions. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2018;15(4):676
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  5. Zhang M, Ying J, Ho RC. Gamified Cognitive Bias Interventions for Psychiatric Disorders: Protocol of a Systematic Review. JMIR Research Protocols 2018;7(10):e10154
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  6. Zhang M, Ying J, Song G, Ho RC, Fung DS, Smith H. Attention Bias in Individuals with Addictive Disorders: Systematic Review Protocol. JMIR Research Protocols 2018;7(2):e41
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  7. Jacobus J, Taylor CT, Gray KM, Meredith LR, Porter AM, Li I, Castro N, Squeglia LM. A multi-site proof-of-concept investigation of computerized approach-avoidance training in adolescent cannabis users. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 2018;187:195
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  8. Lindgren KP, Hendershot CS, Ramirez JJ, Bernat E, Rangel-Gomez M, Peterson KP, Murphy JG. A dual process perspective on advances in cognitive science and alcohol use disorder. Clinical Psychology Review 2018;
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  9. Schakel L, Veldhuijzen DS, Middendorp HV, Dessel PV, Houwer JD, Bidarra R, Evers AWM, Meule A. The effects of a gamified approach avoidance training and verbal suggestions on food outcomes. PLOS ONE 2018;13(7):e0201309
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  10. Zhang MW, Ying JB, Song G, Ho RC. A review of gamification approaches in commercial cognitive bias modification gaming applications. Technology and Health Care 2018;26(6):933
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  11. Stock A. Barking up the Wrong Tree: Why and How We May Need to Revise Alcohol Addiction Therapy. Frontiers in Psychology 2017;8
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  12. Boendermaker WJ, Peeters M, Wiers RW. Serious games inzetten bij drinkende jongeren. Verslaving 2017;13(3):150
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  13. Lumsden J, Skinner A, Coyle D, Lawrence N, Munafo M. Attrition from Web-Based Cognitive Testing: A Repeated Measures Comparison of Gamification Techniques. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(11):e395
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/games.6464)

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  1. Boendermaker WJ, Peeters M, Prins PJM, Wiers RW. Serious Games and Edutainment Applications. 2017. Chapter 14:307
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