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Published on 05.07.18 in Vol 5, No 3 (2018): Jul-Sept

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Works citing "Reaching Those At Risk for Psychiatric Disorders and Suicidal Ideation: Facebook Advertisements to Recruit Military Veterans"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/10078):

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  1. Teo AR, Chan BK, Saha S, Nicolaidis C. Frequency of social contact in-person vs. on Facebook: An examination of associations with psychiatric symptoms in military veterans. Journal of Affective Disorders 2019;243:375
  2. Franz D, Marsh HE, Chen JI, Teo AR. Using Facebook for Qualitative Research: A Brief Primer. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(8):e13544
  3. Wozney L, Turner K, Rose-Davis B, McGrath PJ. Facebook ads to the rescue? Recruiting a hard to reach population into an Internet-based behavioral health intervention trial. Internet Interventions 2019;17:100246
  4. Ash G, Robledo DS, Ishii M, Pittman B, DeMartini KS, O'Malley SS, Redeker NS, Fucito LM. Using Web-Based Social Media to Recruit Heavy-Drinking Young Adults for Sleep Intervention: Prospective Observation (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;
  5. Pereira-Sanchez V, Alvarez-Mon MA, Asunsolo del Barco A, Alvarez-Mon M, Teo A. Exploring the Extent of the Hikikomori Phenomenon on Twitter: Mixed Methods Study of Western Language Tweets. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(5):e14167