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Published on 26.09.17 in Vol 4, No 3 (2017): Jul-Sept

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Works citing "Comparison of Self-Reported Telephone Interviewing and Web-Based Survey Responses: Findings From the Second Australian Young and Well National Survey"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.8222):

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  1. Lee H, Kim S, Couper MP, Woo Y. Experimental Comparison of PC Web, Smartphone Web, and Telephone Surveys in the New Technology Era. Social Science Computer Review 2019;37(2):234
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  2. Brierley ME, Sansom‐Daly UM, Baenziger J, McGill B, Wakefield CE. Impact of physical appearance changes reported by adolescent and young adult cancer survivors: A qualitative analysis. European Journal of Cancer Care 2019;:e13052
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  5. Shapiro GK, Tatar O, Dube E, Amsel R, Knauper B, Naz A, Perez S, Rosberger Z. The vaccine hesitancy scale: Psychometric properties and validation. Vaccine 2018;36(5):660
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