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Published on 17.03.17 in Vol 6, No 3 (2017): March

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Works citing "Biometrics and Policing: A Protocol for Multichannel Sensor Data Collection and Exploratory Analysis of Contextualized Psychophysiological Response During Law Enforcement Operations"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.7499):

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  1. Aranda JAS, Dias LPS, Barbosa JLV, de Carvalho JV, Tavares JEDR, Tavares MC. Collection and analysis of physiological data in smart environments: a systematic mapping. Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing 2020;11(7):2883
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  2. Coffman DL, Cai X, Li R, Leonard NR. Challenges and Opportunities in Collecting and Modeling Ambulatory Electrodermal Activity Data. JMIR Biomedical Engineering 2020;5(1):e17106
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  3. Richardson NJ, Barrick K, Strom KJ. Is policing safer today?. Criminology & Public Policy 2019;18(1):37
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  4. Leonard NR, Casarjian B, Fletcher RR, Prata C, Sherpa D, Kelemen A, Rajan S, Salaam R, Cleland CM, Gwadz MV. Theoretically-Based Emotion Regulation Strategies Using a Mobile App and Wearable Sensor Among Homeless Adolescent Mothers: Acceptability and Feasibility Study. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2018;1(1):e1
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  5. Wilbur RE, Griffin JS, Sorensen M, Furberg RD. Establishing Digital Biomarkers for Occupational Health Assessment in Commercial Salmon Fishermen: Protocol for a Mixed-Methods Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2018;7(12):e10215
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