Published on in Vol 6 , No 5 (2017) :May

Comparison of Ecological Momentary Assessment Versus Direct Measurement of E-Cigarette Use With a Bluetooth-Enabled E-Cigarette: A Pilot Study

Comparison of Ecological Momentary Assessment Versus Direct Measurement of E-Cigarette Use With a Bluetooth-Enabled E-Cigarette: A Pilot Study

Comparison of Ecological Momentary Assessment Versus Direct Measurement of E-Cigarette Use With a Bluetooth-Enabled E-Cigarette: A Pilot Study

Journals

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  7. Tomko R, McClure E, Squeglia L, Treloar Padovano H, McRae-Clark A, Baker N, Carpenter M, Gray K. Methods to reduce the incidence of false negative trial results in substance use treatment research. Current Opinion in Psychology 2019;30:35 View
  8. 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
  9. Martner S, Dallery J. Technology‐based contingency management and e‐cigarettes during the initial weeks of a smoking quit attempt. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 2019 View
  10. Bertz J, Epstein D, Preston K. Combining ecological momentary assessment with objective, ambulatory measures of behavior and physiology in substance-use research. Addictive Behaviors 2018;83:5 View
  11. Czoli C, Fong G, Goniewicz M, Hammond D. Biomarkers of Exposure Among “Dual Users” of Tobacco Cigarettes and Electronic Cigarettes in Canada. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2019;21(9):1259 View
  12. Parker M, Pearson J, Villanti A. Limited utility of detailed e-cigarette use measures: An analysis of NESARC-III. Addictive Behaviors 2019;97:56 View
  13. Li Z, Benowitz-Fredericks C, Ling P, Cohen J, Thrul J. Assessing Young Adults’ ENDS Use via Ecological Momentary Assessment and a Smart Bluetooth Enabled ENDS Device. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2021;23(5):842 View
  14. Roulet S, Chrea C, Kanitscheider C, Kallischnigg G, Magnani P, Weitkunat R. Potential predictors of adoption of the Tobacco Heating System by U.S. adult smokers: An actual use study. F1000Research 2021;8:214 View
  15. Yamaguchi N, Kechter A, Schiff S, Braymiller J, Ceasar R, Simpson K, Bluthenthal R, Barrington-Trimis J. Critical Challenges and Creative Solutions for Quantifying Nicotine Vaping: Qualitative Reports From Young Adults. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2021 View