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Correction: A Web-Based Acceptance-Facilitating Intervention for Identifying Patients’ Acceptance, Uptake, and Adherence of Internet- and Mobile-Based Pain Interventions: Randomized Controlled Trial

Correction: A Web-Based Acceptance-Facilitating Intervention for Identifying Patients’ Acceptance, Uptake, and Adherence of Internet- and Mobile-Based Pain Interventions: Randomized Controlled Trial

Adherence to a web-based pre-treatment for phobias in outpatient clinics URL https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/ article/pii/S2214782916300409”.In Reference 49, “de NJ” has been changed to “de Nooijer J” and “de VNK” has been changed to “de Vries NK”.In

Jiaxi Lin, Bianca Faust, David Daniel Ebert, Lena Krämer, Harald Baumeister

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(2):e12015

Characterizing Periodic Messaging Interventions Across Health Behaviors and Media: Systematic Review

Characterizing Periodic Messaging Interventions Across Health Behaviors and Media: Systematic Review

De Vries et al also identified that participants receiving tailored mailings read more of the information provided than participants who received generic letters [17].MediumPrompts were delivered via different media across interventions, with the majority delivered

Elaine De Leon, Laura W Fuentes, Joanna E Cohen

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(3):e93

Internet-Based Computer Tailored Feedback on Sunscreen Use

Internet-Based Computer Tailored Feedback on Sunscreen Use

model to identify the most important factors to address, and previously conducted strategies and studies on other behaviors that yielded the format that could be used to develop the program [8,25]: such as the utilization of ipsative feedback (Dijkstra & De

Hein de Vries, Matti Logister, Gertruud Krekels, Frits Klaasse, Verina Servranckx, Liesbeth van Osch

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(2):e48

Computerized Cognitive Training in Children With Autism and Intellectual Disabilities: Feasibility and Satisfaction Study

Computerized Cognitive Training in Children With Autism and Intellectual Disabilities: Feasibility and Satisfaction Study

WMT [34,44,45], such as the lack of methodological consistency between studies [34] and inconsistency in generalization of benefits to other cognitive domains [36,44,45].Few studies have examined the effects of computerized WMT in children with ASD [3,46]. de

Songpoom Benyakorn, Catrina A Calub, Steven J Riley, Andrea Schneider, Ana-Maria Iosif, Marjorie Solomon, David Hessl, Julie B Schweitzer

JMIR Ment Health 2018;5(2):e40