Published on in Vol 6, No 2 (2017): February

Feasibility of Ecological Momentary Assessment of Daily Sexting and Substance Use Among Young Adult African American Gay and Bisexual Men: A Pilot Study

Feasibility of Ecological Momentary Assessment of Daily Sexting and Substance Use Among Young Adult African American Gay and Bisexual Men: A Pilot Study

Feasibility of Ecological Momentary Assessment of Daily Sexting and Substance Use Among Young Adult African American Gay and Bisexual Men: A Pilot Study

Journals

  1. Horvath K, Lammert S, LeGrand S, Muessig K, Bauermeister J. Using technology to assess and intervene with illicit drug-using persons at risk for HIV. Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS 2017;12(5):458 View
  2. Turner C, Arayasirikul S, Trujillo D, Lê V, Wilson E. Social Inequity and Structural Barriers to Completion of Ecological Momentary Assessments for Young Men Who Have Sex With Men and Trans Women Living With HIV in San Francisco. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(5):e13241 View
  3. Hsiang E, Offer C, Prescott M, Rodriguez A, Behar E, Matheson T, Santa Maria D, Santos G. Bridging the Digital Divide Among Racial and Ethnic Minority Men Who Have Sex With Men to Reduce Substance Use and HIV Risk: Mixed Methods Feasibility Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(4):e15282 View
  4. Smiley S, Milburn N, Nyhan K, Taggart T. A Systematic Review of Recent Methodological Approaches for Using Ecological Momentary Assessment to Examine Outcomes in U.S. Based HIV Research. Current HIV/AIDS Reports 2020;17(4):333 View
  5. Singh N, Björling E. A review of EMA assessment period reporting for mood variables in substance use research: Expanding existing EMA guidelines. Addictive Behaviors 2019;94:133 View
  6. Lunn M, Lubensky M, Hunt C, Flentje A, Capriotti M, Sooksaman C, Harnett T, Currie D, Neal C, Obedin-Maliver J. A digital health research platform for community engagement, recruitment, and retention of sexual and gender minority adults in a national longitudinal cohort study–—The PRIDE Study. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2019;26(8-9):737 View
  7. Mori C, Cooke J, Temple J, Ly A, Lu Y, Anderson N, Rash C, Madigan S. The Prevalence of Sexting Behaviors Among Emerging Adults: A Meta-Analysis. Archives of Sexual Behavior 2020;49(4):1103 View
  8. Hubach R, O’Neil A, Stowe M, Giano Z, Curtis B, Fisher C. Perceived Confidentiality Risks of Mobile Technology-Based Ecologic Momentary Assessment to Assess High-Risk Behaviors Among Rural Men Who Have Sex with Men. Archives of Sexual Behavior 2021;50(4):1641 View
  9. Steinberg D, Simon V, Victor B, Kernsmith P, Smith-Darden J. Onset Trajectories of Sexting and Other Sexual Behaviors Across High School: A Longitudinal Growth Mixture Modeling Approach. Archives of Sexual Behavior 2019;48(8):2321 View
  10. Han H, Zhang J, Hser Y, Liang D, Li X, Wang S, Du J, Zhao M. Feasibility of a Mobile Phone App to Support Recovery From Addiction in China: Secondary Analysis of a Pilot Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(2):e46 View
  11. Cummins K, Brumback T, Chung T, Moore R, Henthorn T, Eberson S, Lopez A, Sarkissyan T, Nooner K, Brown S, Tapert S. Acceptability, Validity, and Engagement With a Mobile App for Frequent, Continuous Multiyear Assessment of Youth Health Behaviors (mNCANDA): Mixed Methods Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2021;9(2):e24472 View
  12. Clark V, Kim S. Ecological Momentary Assessment and mHealth Interventions Among Men Who Have Sex With Men: Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(8):e27751 View