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Published on 23.01.18 in Vol 5, No 1 (2018): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Evaluation of an mHealth App (DeStressify) on University Students’ Mental Health: Pilot Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.8324):

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  1. Rosen KD, Paniagua SM, Kazanis W, Jones S, Potter JS. Quality of life among women diagnosed with breast Cancer: A randomized waitlist controlled trial of commercially available mobile app-delivered mindfulness training. Psycho-Oncology 2018;27(8):2023
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  2. Pisco Almeida AM, Almeida HS, Figueiredo-Braga M. Mobile solutions in depression: enhancing communication with patients using an SMS-based intervention. Procedia Computer Science 2018;138:89
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  3. Becker TD, Torous JB. Recent Developments in Digital Mental Health Interventions for College and University Students. Current Treatment Options in Psychiatry 2019;6(3):210
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  4. Levin ME, Hicks ET, Krafft J. Pilot evaluation of the stop, breathe & think mindfulness app for student clients on a college counseling center waitlist. Journal of American College Health 2020;:1
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  5. Lau N, O'Daffer A, Colt S, Yi-Frazier JP, Palermo TM, McCauley E, Rosenberg AR. Android and iPhone Mobile Apps for Psychosocial Wellness and Stress Management: Systematic Search in App Stores and Literature Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(5):e17798
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  6. 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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  7. Lattie EG, Lipson SK, Eisenberg D. Technology and College Student Mental Health: Challenges and Opportunities. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2019;10
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  8. Marshall JM, Dunstan DA, Bartik W. The Digital Psychiatrist: In Search of Evidence-Based Apps for Anxiety and Depression. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2019;10
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  9. Lyzwinski LN, Caffery L, Bambling M, Edirippulige S. The Mindfulness App Trial for Weight, Weight-Related Behaviors, and Stress in University Students: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(4):e12210
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  10. Huberty J, Green J, Glissmann C, Larkey L, Puzia M, Lee C. Efficacy of the Mindfulness Meditation Mobile App “Calm” to Reduce Stress Among College Students: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(6):e14273
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  11. Lattie EG, Adkins EC, Winquist N, Stiles-Shields C, Wafford QE, Graham AK. Digital Mental Health Interventions for Depression, Anxiety, and Enhancement of Psychological Well-Being Among College Students: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(7):e12869
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  12. Linardon J, Cuijpers P, Carlbring P, Messer M, Fuller‐Tyszkiewicz M. The efficacy of app‐supported smartphone interventions for mental health problems: a meta‐analysis of randomized controlled trials. World Psychiatry 2019;18(3):325
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  13. Clarke J, Draper S. Intermittent mindfulness practice can be beneficial, and daily practice can be harmful. An in depth, mixed methods study of the “Calm” app's (mostly positive) effects. Internet Interventions 2020;19:100293
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.8324):

  1. Iyawa GE, Langan-Martin J, Sevalie S, Masikara W. Impacts of Information Technology on Patient Care and Empowerment. 2020. chapter 4:58
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  2. Hoffmann A, Faust-Christmann CA, Zolynski G, Bleser G. Design, User Experience, and Usability. Application Domains. 2019. Chapter 23:303
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