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YTH StreetConnect: Development and Usability of a Mobile App for Homeless and Unstably Housed Youth

YTH StreetConnect: Development and Usability of a Mobile App for Homeless and Unstably Housed Youth

Research suggests that linking care with H/UH youth services would improve continuity of care [4].Nearly half of H/UH youth have no regular source of care [5], for reasons including fear of legal intervention, transportation problems, and disrespectful providers

Bhupendra Sheoran, Cara Lynn Silva, James Elliot Lykens, Londiwe Gamedze, Samantha Williams, Jessie VanNess Ford, Melissa A Habel

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(3):e82


The Adoption of a Virtual Reality–Assisted Training System for Mental Rotation: A Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling Approach

The Adoption of a Virtual Reality–Assisted Training System for Mental Rotation: A Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling Approach

researchers and practitioners interested in incorporating VR technology into other educational and training activities for their users.Theoretical Framework and Research Hypotheses and QuestionTo comprehend how an information system is accepted by users, Davis

Chen-Wei Chang, Shih-Ching Yeh, Mengtong Li

JMIR Serious Games 2020;8(1):e14548


Machine Learning to Improve Energy Expenditure Estimation in Children With Disabilities: A Pilot Study in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Machine Learning to Improve Energy Expenditure Estimation in Children With Disabilities: A Pilot Study in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Souza et al [11] estimated EE during ambulatory activities for a study of 3 patients using a linear formula based on heart rate.MethodsSubjectsThere were 7 subjects with DMD aged 6 to 10 years recruited from the regional neuromuscular clinic at the UC Davis

Amit Pande, Prasant Mohapatra, Alina Nicorici, Jay J Han

JMIR Rehabil Assist Technol 2016;3(2):e7


Usability Evaluations of Mobile Mental Health Technologies: Systematic Review

Usability Evaluations of Mobile Mental Health Technologies: Systematic Review

al, 2016 [43]Bipolar disorderBauer et al, 2018 [26]; Macias et al, 2015 [40]; Mistler et al, 2017 [42]Borderline personality disorderPrada et al, 2017 [47]; Rizvi et al, 2016 [48]BurnoutWood et al, 2017 [56]Cognitive impairmentBoman and Bartfai, 2015 [29]; Boyd

Yavuz Inal, Jo Dugstad Wake, Frode Guribye, Tine Nordgreen

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(1):e15337


Attachment Style and Internet Addiction: An Online Survey

Attachment Style and Internet Addiction: An Online Survey

Internet, the question arises as to whether “Internet addiction” concerns a singular disorder, or whether the only commonality among various Internet-related behavior disorders is the use of the same medium (for the concept of specific Internet addiction, see Davis

Christiane Eichenberg, Markus Schott, Oliver Decker, Brigitte Sindelar

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(5):e170


Feasibility of a Dynamic Web Guidance Approach for Personalized Physical Activity Prescription Based on Daily Information From Wearable Technology

Feasibility of a Dynamic Web Guidance Approach for Personalized Physical Activity Prescription Based on Daily Information From Wearable Technology

The University of California, Davis Institutional Review Board approved the protocol, and both subjects gave written informed consent.ProtocolOverviewEach subject completed a preliminary session, baseline resting heart rate measurements, and 12 weeks of physical

Crystal L Coolbaugh, Stephen C Raymond Jr, David A Hawkins

JMIR Res Protoc 2015;4(2):e67


Pilot Study of a Multilevel Mobile Health App for Substance Use, Sexual Risk Behaviors, and Testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV Among Youth: Randomized Controlled Trial

Pilot Study of a Multilevel Mobile Health App for Substance Use, Sexual Risk Behaviors, and Testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV Among Youth: Randomized Controlled Trial

We report the observed effect sizes for the outcome change difference scores by group using Cohen d for continuous outcomes and Cohen h for binary outcomes, which measure the difference between 2 proportions (h=2arcsin × (sqrt P1) − 2arcsin × (sqrt P2), where

David Cordova, Jaime Munoz-Velazquez, Frania Mendoza Lua, Kathryn Fessler, Sydni Warner, Jorge Delva, Nicole Adelman, Youth Leadership Council, Angela Fernandez, Jose Bauermeister

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(3):e16251