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Published on 13.05.15 in Vol 4, No 2 (2015): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Men’s Responses to Online Smoking Cessation Resources for New Fathers: The Influence of Masculinities"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.4079):

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  1. Punjani N, Flannigan R, Oliffe JL, McCreary DR, Black N, Goldenberg SL. Unhealthy Behaviors Among Canadian Men Are Predictors of Comorbidities: Implications for Clinical Practice. American Journal of Men's Health 2018;12(6):2183
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  2. Houle J, Meunier S, Coulombe S, Mercerat C, Gaboury I, Tremblay G, de Montigny F, Cloutier L, Roy B, Auger N, Lavoie B. Peer Positive Social Control and Men’s Health-Promoting Behaviors. American Journal of Men's Health 2017;11(5):1569
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  3. Bottorff JL, Oliffe JL, Sarbit G, Caperchione C, Clark M, Anand A, Howay K. Assessing the feasibility, acceptability and potential effectiveness of an integrated approach to smoking cessation for new and expectant fathers: The Dads in Gear study protocol. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2017;54:77
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  4. Bottorff JL, Oliffe JL, Sarbit G, Sharp P, Caperchione CM, Currie LM, Schmid J, Mackay MH, Stolp S. Evaluation of QuitNow Men: An Online, Men-Centered Smoking Cessation Intervention. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(4):e83
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