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There's an App for That: Content Analysis of Paid Health and Fitness Apps

There's an App for That: Content Analysis of Paid Health and Fitness Apps

Apps that cost > US $1 ($0.99) were significantly more likely to be coded as intending to promote health or prevent disease (P < .001).

Joshua H. West, P. Cougar Hall, Carl L. Hanson, Michael D. Barnes, Christophe Giraud-Carrier, James Barrett

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(3):e72


Mental and Emotional Self-Help Technology Apps: Cross-Sectional Study of Theory, Technology, and Mental Health Behaviors

Mental and Emotional Self-Help Technology Apps: Cross-Sectional Study of Theory, Technology, and Mental Health Behaviors

Most participants reported that the app was helpful (40.0% agreed and 56.0% strongly agreed) and easy to use (40.0% agreed and 58.0% strongly agreed; Table 4).In multivariate regression analyses, engagement with the app(s) (P<.001) was positively associated

Benjamin T Crookston, Joshua H West, P Cougar Hall, Kaitana Martinez Dahle, Thomas L Heaton, Robin N Beck, Chandni Muralidharan

JMIR Ment Health 2017;4(4):e45


Increasing Active Transportation Through E-Bike Use: Pilot Study Comparing the Health Benefits, Attitudes, and Beliefs Surrounding E-Bikes and Conventional Bikes

Increasing Active Transportation Through E-Bike Use: Pilot Study Comparing the Health Benefits, Attitudes, and Beliefs Surrounding E-Bikes and Conventional Bikes

Paired t test analysis revealed that participants believed that a conventional bicycle was more likely than an e-bike to benefit their physical health (P=.002) and save them money (P=.005).

Taylor H Hoj, Jacob J Bramwell, Cameron Lister, Emily Grant, Benjamin T Crookston, Cougar Hall, Joshua H West

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2018;4(4):e10461