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Published on 16.01.18 in Vol 6, No 1 (2018): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "User-Centered Design of Learn to Quit, a Smoking Cessation Smartphone App for People With Serious Mental Illness"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/games.8881):

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  1. Mehrotra S, Tripathi R. Recent developments in the use of smartphone interventions for mental health. Current Opinion in Psychiatry 2018;31(5):379
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  2. Stiles-Shields C, Holmbeck GN. JPP Student Journal Club Commentary: Smartphone-Delivered Interventions for Pediatric Populations: Improving Methodologies to Address Concerns of Feasibility and Efficacy. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 2018;43(5):485
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  3. Vilardaga R, Rizo J, Ries RK, Kientz JA, Ziedonis DM, Hernandez K, McClernon FJ. Formative, multimethod case studies of learn to quit, an acceptance and commitment therapy smoking cessation app designed for people with serious mental illness. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2018;
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  4. Lin Y, Tudor-Sfetea C, Siddiqui S, Sherwani Y, Ahmed M, Eisingerich AB. Effective Behavioral Changes through a Digital mHealth App: Exploring the Impact of Hedonic Well-Being, Psychological Empowerment and Inspiration. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(6):e10024
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  5. Hidalgo-Mazzei D, Reinares M, Mateu A, Nikolova VL, Bonnín CDM, Samalin L, García-Estela A, Pérez-Solá V, Young AH, Strejilevich S, Vieta E, Colom F. OpenSIMPLe: A real-world implementation feasibility study of a smartphone-based psychoeducation programme for bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders 2018;241:436
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