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Published on 26.08.19 in Vol 6, No 8 (2019): August

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Works citing "Young People Seeking Help Online for Mental Health: Cross-Sectional Survey Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/13524):

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  1. van Herpen MM, Boeschoten MA, te Brake H, van der Aa N, Olff M. Mobile Insight in Risk, Resilience, and Online Referral (MIRROR): Psychometric Evaluation of an Online Self-Help Test. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(9):e19716
  2. Pahayahay A, Khalili-Mahani N. What Media Helps, What Media Hurts: A Mixed Methods Survey Study of Coping with COVID-19 Using the Media Repertoire Framework and the Appraisal Theory of Stress. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(8):e20186
  3. Viguria I, Alvarez-Mon MA, Llavero-Valero M, Asunsolo del Barco A, Ortuño F, Alvarez-Mon M. Eating Disorder Awareness Campaigns: Thematic and Quantitative Analysis Using Twitter. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(7):e17626
  4. Gazibara T, Cakic J, Cakic M, Grgurevic A, Pekmezovic T. Searching for online health information instead of seeing a physician: a cross-sectional study among high school students in Belgrade, Serbia. International Journal of Public Health 2020;
  5. Stunden C, Zasada J, VanHeerwaarden N, Hollenberg E, Abi-Jaoude A, Chaim G, Cleverley K, Henderson J, Johnson A, Levinson A, Lo B, Robb J, Shi J, Voineskos A, Wiljer D. “It’s still taboo”: Help-seeking behaviors of transition-aged youth for mental health concerns – a qualitative study (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;