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Published on 12.03.14 in Vol 3, No 1 (2014): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Texting to Increase Physical Activity Among Teenagers (TXT Me!): Rationale, Design, and Methods Proposal"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.3074):

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  1. Wickham CA, Carbone ET. “Just Say It Like It Is!” Use of a Community-Based Participatory Approach to Develop a Technology-Driven Food Literacy Program for Adolescents. International Quarterly of Community Health Education 2018;38(2):83
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  2. Callender C, Thompson D. Text Messaging Based Obesity Prevention Program for Parents of Pre-Adolescent African American Girls. Children 2017;4(12):105
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  3. Austin CG, Kwapisz A. The Road to Unintended Consequences Is Paved with Motivational Apps. Journal of Consumer Affairs 2017;51(2):463
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  4. Van Kessel G, Kavanagh M, Maher C, Gillison F. A Qualitative Study to Examine Feasibility and Design of an Online Social Networking Intervention to Increase Physical Activity in Teenage Girls. PLOS ONE 2016;11(3):e0150817
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  5. Kinnafick F, Thøgersen-Ntoumani C, Duda J. The effect of need supportive text messages on motivation and physical activity behaviour. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 2016;39(4):574
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  6. Thompson D, Cantu D, Rajendran M, Rajendran M, Bhargava T, Zhang Y, Chen C, Liu Y, Deng Z. Development of a Teen-Focused Exergame. Games for Health Journal 2016;5(5):342
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  7. Ybarra ML, Prescott TL, Espelage DL. Stepwise Development of a Text Messaging-Based Bullying Prevention Program for Middle School Students (BullyDown). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(2):e60
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  8. Lubans DR, Plotnikoff RC, Miller A, Scott JJ, Thompson D, Tudor-Locke C. Using Pedometers for Measuring and Increasing Physical Activity in Children and Adolescents. American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 2015;9(6):418
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  9. Costigan S, Eather N, Plotnikoff R, Taaffe D, Pollock E, Kennedy S, Lubans D. Preliminary efficacy and feasibility of embedding high intensity interval training into the school day: A pilot randomized controlled trial. Preventive Medicine Reports 2015;2:973
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  10. Brittin J, Sorensen D, Trowbridge M, Lee KK, Breithecker D, Frerichs L, Huang T, Adams MA. Physical Activity Design Guidelines for School Architecture. PLOS ONE 2015;10(7):e0132597
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  11. Thompson D. Exergames: Theoretical Perspective. Games for Health Journal 2015;4(1):8
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  12. Direito A, Jiang Y, Whittaker R, Maddison R. Smartphone apps to improve fitness and increase physical activity among young people: protocol of the Apps for IMproving FITness (AIMFIT) randomized controlled trial. BMC Public Health 2015;15(1)
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  13. Thompson D. What Serious Video Games Can Offer Child Obesity Prevention. JMIR Serious Games 2014;2(2):e8
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  14. Thompson D. Talk to Me, Please!: The Importance of Qualitative Research to Games for Health. Games for Health Journal 2014;3(3):117
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