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Published on 02.08.17 in Vol 4, No 3 (2017): Jul-Sept

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Works citing "Peer Communication in Online Mental Health Forums for Young People: Directional and Nondirectional Support"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.6921):

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  1. Perkins V, Coulson N, Davies EB. “WE are the real experts”: An online survey exploring users’ experiences of participation in online support communities for Tourette syndrome and tic disorders. (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;
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  6. Mannan M, Ahamed R, Zaman SB. Consumers' willingness to purchase online mental health services. Journal of Services Marketing 2019;33(5):557
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  8. Tucker IM, Lavis A. Temporalities of mental distress: digital immediacy and the meaning of ‘crisis’ in online support. Sociology of Health & Illness 2019;41(S1):132
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  9. Yip JWC. Evaluating the Communication of Online Social Support: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of Structure and Content. Health Communication 2019;:1
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  10. Wu W, Hung C. Impact of a peer virtual community on pregnant women's well‐being: A repeated‐measure and quasi‐experimental study. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2019;75(5):1099
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  11. Michalak EE, Morton E, Barnes SJ, Hole R, Murray G. Supporting Self-Management in Bipolar Disorder: Mixed-Methods Knowledge Translation Study. JMIR Mental Health 2019;6(4):e13493
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  12. Hanley T, Prescott J, Gomez KU. A systematic review exploring how young people use online forums for support around mental health issues. Journal of Mental Health 2019;28(5):566
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  13. Matthews P, Topham P, Caleb-Solly P. Interaction and Engagement with an Anxiety Management App: Analysis Using Large-Scale Behavioral Data. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(4):e58
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  14. Crawford G, Maycock B, Tobin R, Brown G, Lobo R. Prevention of HIV and Other Sexually Transmissible Infections in Expatriates and Traveler Networks: Qualitative Study of Peer Interaction in an Online Forum. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(9):e10787
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