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Published on 02.01.14 in Vol 3, No 1 (2014): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Stress and Mental Health in Families With Different Income Levels: A Strategy to Collect Multi-Actor Data"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.2832):

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  1. Gitto L, Noh Y, Andrés AR. Have lifestyle factors led to perceiving a higher level of stress? Implications for mental health policies from an econometric analysis for South Korea. Journal of Asian Public Policy 2019;:1
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  3. Li X, Wang M. A Case Study of Mental Health of Impoverished College Students in Minority Areas of Guangxi Province in China. Creative Education 2018;09(16):2804
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  4. Symons K, Ponnet K, Emmery K, Walrave M, Heirman W. Parental Knowledge of Adolescents’ Online Content and Contact Risks. Journal of Youth and Adolescence 2017;46(2):401
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  5. Symons K, Ponnet K, Emmery K, Walrave M, Heirman W. A Factorial Validation of Parental Mediation Strategies with Regard to Internet Use. Psychologica Belgica 2017;57(2):93
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  6. Ponnet K. Financial Stress, Parent Functioning and Adolescent Problem Behavior: An Actor–Partner Interdependence Approach to Family Stress Processes in Low-, Middle-, and High-Income Families. Journal of Youth and Adolescence 2014;43(10):1752
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