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Published on 04.03.15 in Vol 2, No 1 (2015): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Breaking Open the Black Box: Isolating the Most Potent Features of a Web and Mobile Phone-Based Intervention for Depression, Anxiety, and Stress"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.3573):

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  1. Ranney ML, Patena JV, Dunsiger S, Spirito A, Cunningham RM, Boyer E, Nugent NR. A technology-augmented intervention to prevent peer violence and depressive symptoms among at-risk emergency department adolescents: Protocol for a randomized control trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2019;82:106
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  2. Batterham PJ, Calear AL, Sunderland M, Kay-Lambkin F, Farrer LM, Gulliver A. A brief intervention to increase uptake and adherence of an online program for depression and anxiety: Protocol for the Enhancing Engagement with Psychosocial Interventions (EEPI) Randomized Controlled Trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2019;78:107
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  3. Collins DA, Tully LA, Piotrowska PJ, Hawes DJ, Dadds MR. Perspectives on ParentWorks: Learnings from the development and national roll-out of a self-directed online parenting intervention. Internet Interventions 2019;15:52
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  4. Søgaard Neilsen A, Wilson RL. Combining e-mental health intervention development with human computer interaction (HCI) design to enhance technology-facilitated recovery for people with depression and/or anxiety conditions: An integrative literature review. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 2019;28(1):22
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  5. O’Reilly H, Hagerty A, O’Donnell S, Farrell A, Hartnett D, Murphy E, Kehoe E, Agyapong V, McLoughlin DM, Farren C. Alcohol Use Disorder and Comorbid Depression: A Randomized Controlled Trial Investigating the Effectiveness of Supportive Text Messages in Aiding Recovery. Alcohol and Alcoholism 2019;54(5):551
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  6. Frank E, Pong J, Asher Y, Soares CN. Smart phone technologies and ecological momentary data. Current Opinion in Psychiatry 2018;31(1):3
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  7. Morrison LG, Geraghty AW, Lloyd S, Goodman N, Michaelides DT, Hargood C, Weal M, Yardley L. Comparing usage of a web and app stress management intervention: An observational study. Internet Interventions 2018;12:74
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  8. Becker D, van Breda W, Funk B, Hoogendoorn M, Ruwaard J, Riper H. Predictive modeling in e-mental health: A common language framework. Internet Interventions 2018;12:57
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  9. Stawarz K, Preist C, Tallon D, Wiles N, Coyle D. User Experience of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Apps for Depression: An Analysis of App Functionality and User Reviews. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(6):e10120
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  10. Carolan S, de Visser RO. Employees’ Perspectives on the Facilitators and Barriers to Engaging With Digital Mental Health Interventions in the Workplace: Qualitative Study. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(1):e8
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  11. Joshi A, Amadi C, Katz B, Kulkarni S, Nash D. A Human-Centered Platform for HIV Infection Reduction in New York: Development and Usage Analysis of the Ending the Epidemic (ETE) Dashboard. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(4):e95
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  12. Agyapong VIO, Juhás M, Ohinmaa A, Omeje J, Mrklas K, Suen VYM, Dursun SM, Greenshaw AJ. Randomized controlled pilot trial of supportive text messages for patients with depression. BMC Psychiatry 2017;17(1)
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  13. Wahle F, Bollhalder L, Kowatsch T, Fleisch E. Toward the Design of Evidence-Based Mental Health Information Systems for People With Depression: A Systematic Literature Review and Meta-Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(5):e191
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  14. Lentferink AJ, Oldenhuis HK, de Groot M, Polstra L, Velthuijsen H, van Gemert-Pijnen JE. Key Components in eHealth Interventions Combining Self-Tracking and Persuasive eCoaching to Promote a Healthier Lifestyle: A Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(8):e277
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  15. Apolinário-Hagen J, Vehreschild V, Alkoudmani RM. Current Views and Perspectives on E-Mental Health: An Exploratory Survey Study for Understanding Public Attitudes Toward Internet-Based Psychotherapy in Germany. JMIR Mental Health 2017;4(1):e8
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  16. Fogarty AS, Proudfoot J, Whittle EL, Clarke J, Player MJ, Christensen H, Wilhelm K. Preliminary Evaluation of a Brief Web and Mobile Phone Intervention for Men With Depression: Men’s Positive Coping Strategies and Associated Depression, Resilience, and Work and Social Functioning. JMIR Mental Health 2017;4(3):e33
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  17. Baker S, Sanders MR, Turner KM, Morawska A. A randomized controlled trial evaluating a low-intensity interactive online parenting intervention, Triple P Online Brief, with parents of children with early onset conduct problems. Behaviour Research and Therapy 2017;91:78
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  18. Paz Castro R, Haug S, Filler A, Kowatsch T, Schaub MP. Engagement Within a Mobile Phone–Based Smoking Cessation Intervention for Adolescents and its Association With Participant Characteristics and Outcomes. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(11):e356
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  19. Brown M, O'Neill N, van Woerden H, Eslambolchilar P, Jones M, John A. Gamification and Adherence to Web-Based Mental Health Interventions: A Systematic Review. JMIR Mental Health 2016;3(3):e39
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  20. Lattie EG, Schueller SM, Sargent E, Stiles-Shields C, Tomasino KN, Corden ME, Begale M, Karr CJ, Mohr DC. Uptake and usage of IntelliCare: A publicly available suite of mental health and well-being apps. Internet Interventions 2016;4:152
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  21. Wolf M, Kraft S, Tschauner K, Bauer S, Becker T, Puschner B. User activity in a mobile phone intervention to assist mindfulness exercises in people with depressive symptoms. Mental Health & Prevention 2016;4(2):57
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  22. Birney AJ, Gunn R, Russell JK, Ary DV. MoodHacker Mobile Web App With Email for Adults to Self-Manage Mild-to-Moderate Depression: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(1):e8
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.3573)

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  1. Becker D. Advances in Information and Communication Networks. 2019. Chapter 8:91
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  2. Briffault X. Measuring Mental Disorders. 2018. :55
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