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Published on 22.12.15 in Vol 4, No 4 (2015): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Mobile Phone Apps for University Students With Hazardous Alcohol Use: Study Protocol for Two Consecutive Randomized Controlled Trials"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.4894):

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  1. Mellentin AI, Stenager E, Nielsen B, Nielsen AS, Yu F. A Smarter Pathway for Delivering Cue Exposure Therapy? The Design and Development of a Smartphone App Targeting Alcohol Use Disorder. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(1):e5
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  2. Kaner EF, Beyer FR, Garnett C, Crane D, Brown J, Muirhead C, Redmore J, O'Donnell A, Newham JJ, de Vocht F, Hickman M, Brown H, Maniatopoulos G, Michie S. Personalised digital interventions for reducing hazardous and harmful alcohol consumption in community-dwelling populations. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2017;
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  3. Gajecki M, Andersson C, Rosendahl I, Sinadinovic K, Fredriksson M, Berman AH. Skills Training via Smartphone App for University Students with Excessive Alcohol Consumption: a Randomized Controlled Trial. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 2017;24(5):778
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  4. Andersson C, Gajecki M, Ă–jehagen A, Berman AH. Automated telephone interventions for problematic alcohol use in clinical and population samples: a randomized controlled trial. BMC Research Notes 2017;10(1)
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  5. Cabezas J, Bataller R. New UK alcohol guidelines and Dry January: enough to give up boozing?. Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology 2016;13(4):191
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