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Factors Influencing the Smartphone Usage Behavior of Pedestrians: Observational Study on “Spanish Smombies”

Factors Influencing the Smartphone Usage Behavior of Pedestrians: Observational Study on “Spanish Smombies”

Women showed the “Holding” behavior (P<.001, V=0.09) to a greater extent, while men showed the “Headphones” behavior (P<.001, V=0.08) to a greater extent.

César Fernández, María Asunción Vicente, Irene Carrillo, Mercedes Guilabert, José Joaquín Mira

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(8):e19350

Evaluating In-Car Movements in the Design of Mindful Commute Interventions: Exploratory Study

Evaluating In-Car Movements in the Design of Mindful Commute Interventions: Exploratory Study

Furthermore, alternative therapies, such as Feldenkrais [16] and the Alexander technique [13], leverage similar fundamental building blocks.

Pablo Enrique Paredes, Nur Al-Huda Hamdan, Dav Clark, Carrie Cai, Wendy Ju, James A Landay

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(12):e372

The Effectiveness of Loyalty Rewards to Promote the Use of an Internet-Based Heart Health Program

The Effectiveness of Loyalty Rewards to Promote the Use of an Internet-Based Heart Health Program

Statistical significance can be influenced by a large sample size [21]; therefore, we calculated effect size using Cramer’s V (post chi-square statistic) and Cohen’s d (post independent t test) to determine the strength of these statistically significant results

Sam Liu, Corinne Hodgson, Ahmad M Zbib, Ada YM Payne, Robert P Nolan

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(7):e163

Correction: Undergraduate Medical Competencies in Digital Health and Curricular Module Development: Mixed Methods Study

Correction: Undergraduate Medical Competencies in Digital Health and Curricular Module Development: Mixed Methods Study

Undergraduate Medical Competencies in Digital Health and Curricular Module Development: Mixed Methods Study” (J Med Internet Res 2020;22(10):e22161) the authors noted three errors.One author's name was displayed as:David BackIt has now been corrected to:David Alexander

Akira-Sebastian Poncette, Daniel Leon Glauert, Lina Mosch, Katarina Braune, Felix Balzer, David Alexander Back

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(12):e25738

Mobile Phone Text Messaging for Tobacco Risk Communication Among Young Adult Community College Students: Protocol and Baseline Overview for a Randomized Controlled Trial

Mobile Phone Text Messaging for Tobacco Risk Communication Among Young Adult Community College Students: Protocol and Baseline Overview for a Randomized Controlled Trial

On the basis of the results of a study with community college students by Prokhorov and colleagues [61], we expect an acceptable retention rate (beyond 70%) and high compliance (ie, a self-report of paying attention to and reading most or all of the text messages

Alexander V Prokhorov, Georges Elias Khalil, Karen Sue Calabro, Tamara Costello Machado, Sophia Russell, Katarzyna W Czerniak, Gabrielle C Botello, Minxing Chen, Adriana Perez, Damon J Vidrine, Cheryl L Perry

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(10):e10977