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Published on 03.10.17 in Vol 4, No 4 (2017): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Development of a Questionnaire to Measure the Attitudes of Laypeople, Physicians, and Psychotherapists Toward Telemedicine in Mental Health"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.6802):

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  1. Mendes-Santos C, Weiderpass E, Santana R, Andersson G. Portuguese Psychologists’ attitudes towards internet interventions: an exploratory cross-sectional study (Preprint). JMIR Mental Health 2019;
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  2. Mayer G, Gronewold N, Alvarez S, Bruns B, Hilbel T, Schultz J. Acceptance and Expectations of Medical Experts, Students, and Patients Toward Electronic Mental Health Apps: Cross-Sectional Quantitative and Qualitative Survey Study. JMIR Mental Health 2019;6(11):e14018
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  3. Schulze N, Reuter SC, Kuchler I, Reinke B, Hinkelmann L, Stöckigt S, Siemoneit H, Tonn P. Differences in Attitudes Toward Online Interventions in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Between Health Care Professionals and Nonprofessionals: A Survey. Telemedicine and e-Health 2019;25(10):926
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  4. Cliffe B, Croker A, Denne M, Stallard P. Clinicians' use of and attitudes towards technology to provide and support interventions in child and adolescent mental health services. Child and Adolescent Mental Health 2019;
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  5. Mehrotra S, Tripathi R. Recent developments in the use of smartphone interventions for mental health. Current Opinion in Psychiatry 2018;31(5):379
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