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Published on 03.03.17 in Vol 4, No 1 (2017): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Mobile Phone Apps for Smoking Cessation: Quality and Usability Among Smokers With Psychosis"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/humanfactors.5933):

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  1. Vogel EA, Belohlavek A, Prochaska JJ, Ramo DE. Development and acceptability testing of a Facebook smoking cessation intervention for sexual and gender minority young adults. Internet Interventions 2019;15:87
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  2. Kim C, Prabhu AV, Hansberry DR, Agarwal N, Heron DE, Beriwal S. Digital Era of Mobile Communications and Smartphones: A Novel Analysis of Patient Comprehension of Cancer-Related Information Available Through Mobile Applications. Cancer Investigation 2019;37(3):127
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  3. McKay FH, Slykerman S, Dunn M. The App Behavior Change Scale: Creation of a Scale to Assess the Potential of Apps to Promote Behavior Change. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(1):e11130
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  4. Lee J, Dallery J, Laracuente A, Ibe I, Joseph S, Huo J, Salloum RG. A content analysis of free smoking cessation mobile applications in the USA. Journal of Smoking Cessation 2019;:1
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  5. Klein P, Lawn S, Tsourtos G, van Agteren J. Tailoring of a Smartphone Smoking Cessation App (Kick.it) for Serious Mental Illness Populations: Qualitative Study. JMIR Human Factors 2019;6(3):e14023
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  6. Wright JH, Mishkind M, Eells TD, Chan SR. Computer-Assisted Cognitive-Behavior Therapy and Mobile Apps for Depression and Anxiety. Current Psychiatry Reports 2019;21(7)
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  7. Buitenweg DC, Bongers IL, van de Mheen D, van Oers HA, van Nieuwenhuizen C. Cocreative Development of the QoL-ME: A Visual and Personalized Quality of Life Assessment App for People With Severe Mental Health Problems. JMIR Mental Health 2019;6(3):e12378
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  8. Ali R, Zhang Z, Bux Soomro M. Smoking-cessation acceptance via mobile health. Human Systems Management 2019;38(3):313
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  9. Bernardes-Souza B, Patruz Ananias De Assis Pires F, Madeira GM, Felício Da Cunha Rodrigues T, Gatzka M, Heppt MV, Omlor AJ, Enk AH, Groneberg DA, Seeger W, von Kalle C, Berking C, Corrêa PCRP, Suhre JL, Alfitian J, Assis A, Brinker TJ. Facial-Aging Mobile Apps for Smoking Prevention in Secondary Schools in Brazil: Appearance-Focused Interventional Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(3):e10234
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  10. Paige SR, Alber JM, Stellefson ML, Krieger JL. Missing the mark for patient engagement: mHealth literacy strategies and behavior change processes in smoking cessation apps. Patient Education and Counseling 2018;101(5):951
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  11. Thornton L, Kay-Lambkin F, Tebbutt B, Hanstock TL, Baker AL. A Mobile Phone–Based Healthy Lifestyle Monitoring Tool for People With Mental Health Problems (MyHealthPA): Development and Pilot Testing. JMIR Cardio 2018;2(2):e10228
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  12. Brinker T, Alfitian J, Seeger W, Groneberg D, von Kalle C, Enk A, Herth F, Kreuter M, Bauer C, Gatzka M, Suhre J. A Face-Aging Smoking Prevention/Cessation Intervention for Nursery School Students in Germany: An Appearance-Focused Interventional Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2018;15(8):1656
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  13. Magee JC, Adut S, Brazill K, Warnick S. Mobile App Tools for Identifying and Managing Mental Health Disorders in Primary Care. Current Treatment Options in Psychiatry 2018;5(3):345
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  14. Chan S, Godwin H, Gonzalez A, Yellowlees PM, Hilty DM. Review of Use and Integration of Mobile Apps Into Psychiatric Treatments. Current Psychiatry Reports 2017;19(12)
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