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Published on 23.08.16 in Vol 5, No 3 (2016): Jul-Sept

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Works citing "Cloud Based Surveys to Assess Patient Perceptions of Health Care: 1000 Respondents in 3 days for US $300"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.5772):

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  1. Schoenfeld EM, Mader S, Houghton C, Wenger R, Probst MA, Schoenfeld DA, Lindenauer PK, Mazor KM. The Effect of Shared Decisionmaking on Patients’ Likelihood of Filing a Complaint or Lawsuit: A Simulation Study. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2019;74(1):126
  2. Matherly T. A panel for lemons? Positivity bias, reputation systems and data quality on MTurk. European Journal of Marketing 2019;53(2):195
  3. Mortensen K, French MT, Timming AR. Are tattoos associated with negative health‐related outcomes and risky behaviors?. International Journal of Dermatology 2019;58(7):816
  4. Mortensen K, Hughes TL. Comparing Amazon’s Mechanical Turk Platform to Conventional Data Collection Methods in the Health and Medical Research Literature. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2018;33(4):533
  5. Seidenwurm D. Social Media Crowdsourcing in Health Care Research. Medical Care 2018;:1
  6. Mortensen K, Alcalá MG, French MT, Hu T. Self-reported Health Status Differs for Amazon’s Mechanical Turk Respondents Compared With Nationally Representative Surveys. Medical Care 2018;:1
  7. Bartek MA, Truitt AR, Widmer-Rodriguez S, Tuia J, Bauer ZA, Comstock BA, Edwards TC, Lawrence SO, Monsell SE, Patrick DL, Jarvik JG, Lavallee DC. The Promise and Pitfalls of Using Crowdsourcing in Research Prioritization for Back Pain: Cross-Sectional Surveys. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(10):e341