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Published on 06.01.16 in Vol 3, No 1 (2016): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Using Smartphones to Monitor Bipolar Disorder Symptoms: A Pilot Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.4560):

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  1. Faurholt-Jepsen M, Geddes JR, Goodwin GM, Bauer M, Duffy A, Vedel Kessing L, Saunders K. Reporting guidelines on remotely collected electronic mood data in mood disorder (eMOOD)—recommendations. Translational Psychiatry 2019;9(1)
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  6. Gillett G, Saunders KEA. Remote Monitoring for Understanding Mechanisms and Prediction in Psychiatry. Current Behavioral Neuroscience Reports 2019;6(2):51
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  7. Pham Q, Graham G, Carrion C, Morita PP, Seto E, Stinson JN, Cafazzo JA. A Library of Analytic Indicators to Evaluate Effective Engagement with Consumer mHealth Apps for Chronic Conditions: Scoping Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(1):e11941
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  8. Faurholt-Jepsen M, Busk J, Þórarinsdóttir H, Frost M, Bardram JE, Vinberg M, Kessing LV. Objective smartphone data as a potential diagnostic marker of bipolar disorder. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 2019;53(2):119
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  9. Seppälä J, De Vita I, Jämsä T, Miettunen J, Isohanni M, Rubinstein K, Feldman Y, Grasa E, Corripio I, Berdun J, D'Amico E, Bulgheroni M. Mobile Phone and Wearable Sensor-Based mHealth Approaches for Psychiatric Disorders and Symptoms: Systematic Review. JMIR Mental Health 2019;6(2):e9819
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  10. Faurholt-Jepsen M, Bauer M, Kessing LV. Smartphone-based objective monitoring in bipolar disorder: status and considerations. International Journal of Bipolar Disorders 2018;6(1)
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  13. Quiroz JC, Geangu E, Yong MH. Emotion Recognition Using Smart Watch Sensor Data: Mixed-Design Study. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(3):e10153
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  14. Song K, Lee S, Yoon W, Kim C, Joo Y, Lee J, Chon M. Developing and Clinical Application of a Smartphone Mobile Mood Chart Application in Korean for Patients with Bipolar Disorder. Journal of Korean Neuropsychiatric Association 2018;57(3):244
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  15. Bourla A, Ferreri F, Ogorzelec L, Guinchard C, Mouchabac S. Évaluation des troubles thymiques par l’étude des données passives : le concept de phénotype digital à l’épreuve de la culture de métier de psychiatre. L'Encéphale 2018;44(2):168
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  16. Knight A, Bidargaddi N. Commonly available activity tracker apps and wearables as a mental health outcome indicator: A prospective observational cohort study among young adults with psychological distress. Journal of Affective Disorders 2018;236:31
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  18. Cornet VP, Holden RJ. Systematic review of smartphone-based passive sensing for health and wellbeing. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2018;77:120
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  20. Moran J, Kelly G, Haberlin C, Mockler D, Broderick J. The use of eHealth to promote physical activity in patients with mental health conditions: a systematic review. HRB Open Research 2018;1:5
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  21. Parker GB, Tavella G. Design limitations to bipolar II treatment efficacy studies: A challenge and a revisionist strategy. Journal of Affective Disorders 2018;229:334
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  22. Rohani DA, Faurholt-Jepsen M, Kessing LV, Bardram JE. Correlations Between Objective Behavioral Features Collected From Mobile and Wearable Devices and Depressive Mood Symptoms in Patients With Affective Disorders: Systematic Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(8):e165
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  28. Park DY, Goering EM, Head KJ, Bartlett Ellis RJ. Implications for Training on Smartphone Medication Reminder App Use by Adults With Chronic Conditions: Pilot Study Applying the Technology Acceptance Model. JMIR Formative Research 2017;1(1):e5
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  29. Owen JE, Jaworski BK, Kuhn E, Hoffman JE, Schievelbein L, Chang A, Ramsey K, Rosen C. Development of a mobile app for family members of Veterans with PTSD: identifying needs and modifiable factors associated with burden, depression, and anxiety. Journal of Family Studies 2017;:1
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  33. Coelho YL, Bastos-Filho TF. A Bipolar Disorder Monitoring System Based on Wearable Device and Smartphone. IFAC-PapersOnLine 2016;49(30):216
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  34. White BK, Martin A, White JA, Burns SK, Maycock BR, Giglia RC, Scott JA. Theory-Based Design and Development of a Socially Connected, Gamified Mobile App for Men About Breastfeeding (Milk Man). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(2):e81
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.4560)

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  1. Senders JT, Maher N, Hulsbergen AFC, Lamba N, Bredenoord AL, Broekman MLD. Ethics of Innovation in Neurosurgery. 2019. Chapter 14:129
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  2. Hegerl U, Dogan E, Oehler C, Sander C, Stöber F. Gesundheit digital. 2019. Chapter 4:47
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