Published on in Vol 4, No 8 (2020): August

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/18347, first published .
Perceptions and Attitudes Toward a Mobile Phone App for Mental Health for College Students: Qualitative Focus Group Study

Perceptions and Attitudes Toward a Mobile Phone App for Mental Health for College Students: Qualitative Focus Group Study

Perceptions and Attitudes Toward a Mobile Phone App for Mental Health for College Students: Qualitative Focus Group Study

Journals

  1. Bantjes J, Kazdin A, Cuijpers P, Breet E, Dunn-Coetzee M, Davids C, Stein D, Kessler R. A Web-Based Group Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Intervention for Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression Among University Students: Open-Label, Pragmatic Trial. JMIR Mental Health 2021;8(5):e27400 View
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  4. Cislo C, Clingan C, Gilley K, Rozwadowski M, Gainsburg I, Bradley C, Barabas J, Sandford E, Olesnavich M, Tyler J, Mayer C, DeMoss M, Flora C, Forger D, Cunningham J, Tewari M, Choi S. Monitoring Beliefs and Physiological Measures Using Wearable Sensors and Smartphone Technology Among Students at Risk of COVID-19: Protocol for a mHealth Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2021;10(6):e29561 View
  5. Krümmel A, Laiker I, Wrona K, Aschentrup L, Dockweiler C. Akzeptanz und Nutzungsbedingungen digitaler Interventionen zur Distressprävention bei Studierenden. Prävention und Gesundheitsförderung 2023;18(4):508 View
  6. Wilson H, Hayward P, Donkin L. Will they or won't they? Understanding New Zealand adults' attitudes towards using digital interventions. Frontiers in Digital Health 2023;5 View
  7. Ben-Yehuda O, Dreazen E, Koren D, Peleg M. Participatory Design of a Mobile App to Safeguard Mental Resilience in the Context of Drug Use in Young Adults: Multi-Method Study. JMIR Formative Research 2022;6(2):e34477 View
  8. Choi I, Petrie K, Einboden R, Collins D, Ryan R, Johnston D, Harvey S, Glozier N, Wray A, Deady M. Apprentices’ Attitudes Toward Using a Mental Health Mobile App to Support Healthy Coping: Mixed Methods Study. JMIR Human Factors 2022;9(3):e35661 View
  9. Stanger S, Lucas S. Using Indirect Service-Learning to Promote Evidence-Based Digital Mental Health Tools on College Campuses. Teaching of Psychology 2022:009862832210840 View
  10. Malik I, Perez A, Toombs E, Schmidt F, Olthuis J, Charlton J, Grassia E, Squier C, Stasiuk K, Bobinski T, Mushquash A. Female youth and mental health service providers' perspectives on the JoyPop™ app: a qualitative study. Frontiers in Digital Health 2023;5 View
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  12. Özer Ö, Köksal B, Altinok A. Understanding university students' attitudes and preferences for internet-based mental health interventions. Internet Interventions 2024;35:100722 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Oti O, Pretorius C, Pitt I. ICT for Health, Accessibility and Wellbeing. View