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Published on 22.06.17 in Vol 6, No 6 (2017): June

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Works citing "An Interactive, Mobile-Based Tool for Personal Social Network Data Collection and Visualization Among a Geographically Isolated and Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Population: Early-Stage Feasibility Study With Qualitative User Feedback"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.6927):

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  1. Cené CW, Frerichs L, Evans JK, Kroenke CH, Dilworth-Anderson P, Corbie-Smith G, Snively B, Naughton MJ, Shumaker S. A descriptive pilot study of structural and functional social network ties among women in the women’s health initiative (WHI) study. Journal of Women & Aging 2019;:1
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  3. Maya-Jariego I, Cachia R. What the eye does not see: visualizations strategies for the data collection of personal networks. Connections 2019;39(1):1
  4. Kennedy DP, Osilla KC, Hunter SB, Golinelli D, Maksabedian Hernandez E, Tucker JS. A pilot test of a motivational interviewing social network intervention to reduce substance use among housing first residents. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 2018;86:36
  5. Eddens K, Fagan JM. Comparing nascent approaches for gathering alter-tie data for egocentric studies. Social Networks 2018;55:130
  6. Dhand A, White CC, Johnson C, Xia Z, De Jager PL. A scalable online tool for quantitative social network assessment reveals potentially modifiable social environmental risks. Nature Communications 2018;9(1)