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Published on 17.05.16 in Vol 3, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Direction to an Internet Support Group Compared With Online Expressive Writing for People With Depression and Anxiety: A Randomized Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.5133):

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  1. Pavlacic JM, Buchanan EM, Maxwell NP, Hopke TG, Schulenberg SE. A Meta-Analysis of Expressive Writing on Posttraumatic Stress, Posttraumatic Growth, and Quality of Life. Review of General Psychology 2019;:108926801983164
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  2. Strøm J, Nielsen CV, Jørgensen LB, Andersen NT, Laursen M. A web-based platform to accommodate symptoms of anxiety and depression by featuring social interaction and animated information in patients undergoing lumbar spine fusion: a randomized clinical trial. The Spine Journal 2018;
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  3. Rowe SL, Patel K, French RS, Henderson C, Ougrin D, Slade M, Moran P. Web-Based Decision Aid to Assist Help-Seeking Choices for Young People Who Self-Harm: Outcomes From a Randomized Controlled Feasibility Trial. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(1):e10
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  4. Strøm J, Høybye MT, Laursen M, Jørgensen LB, Nielsen CV. To Use or Not to Use - a Descriptive Study of Lumbar Spine Fusion Patients' Use of an Internet Support Group (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;
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