Internet Interventions-The Application of Information Technology in Me

Papers
(The TQCC of Internet Interventions-The Application of Information Technology in Me is 10. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
Investigating mediated effects of fear of COVID-19 and COVID-19 misunderstanding in the association between problematic social media use, psychological distress, and insomnia165
Digital health literacy as a super determinant of health: More than simply the sum of its parts74
Rapid report: Early demand, profiles and concerns of mental health users during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic69
A pilot randomized controlled trial of a group intervention via Zoom to relieve loneliness and depressive symptoms among older persons during the COVID-19 outbreak69
Using AI chatbots to provide self-help depression interventions for university students: A randomized trial of effectiveness67
Acceptance towards digital health interventions – Model validation and further development of the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology61
Online consultations in mental healthcare during the COVID-19 outbreak: An international survey study on professionals' motivations and perceived barriers51
Different impacts of COVID-19-related information sources on public worry: An online survey through social media48
Consensus statement on the problem of terminology in psychological interventions using the internet or digital components47
Evaluating the quality and safety of health-related apps and e-tools: Adapting the Mobile App Rating Scale and developing a quality assurance protocol45
Advantages and disadvantages of online and blended therapy: Replication and extension of findings on psychotherapists' appraisals44
Cognitive reappraisal and self-compassion as emotion regulation strategies for parents during COVID-19: An online randomized controlled trial37
Effects of self-guided stress management interventions in college students: A systematic review and meta-analysis37
Effect of an internet- and app-based stress intervention compared to online psychoeducation in university students with depressive symptoms: Results of a randomized controlled trial31
Social robots as treatment agents: Pilot randomized controlled trial to deliver a behavior change intervention30
Efficacy of digital health interventions in youth with chronic medical conditions: A meta-analysis29
Engagement with mobile health interventions for depression: A systematic review29
A new era in Internet interventions: The advent of Chat-GPT and AI-assisted therapist guidance29
A tale of two countries: Increased uptake of digital mental health services during the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia and New Zealand27
Systematic evaluation of content and quality of English and German pain apps in European app stores27
Factors associated with treatment uptake, completion, and subsequent symptom improvement in a national digital mental health service27
A systematic review of the dose-response relationship between usage and outcomes of online physical activity weight-loss interventions26
Virtual reality facial emotion recognition in social environments: An eye-tracking study26
Exploring medical students' views on digital mental health interventions: A qualitative study25
Rapid report 2: Symptoms of anxiety and depression during the first 12 weeks of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Australia24
Step-by-step: Feasibility randomised controlled trial of a mobile-based intervention for depression among populations affected by adversity in Lebanon24
Efficacy of internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy following an acute coronary event: A randomized controlled trial24
Parental consent: A potential barrier for underage teens' participation in an mHealth mental health intervention24
Liar! Liar! Identifying eligibility fraud by applicants in digital health research24
Effects of an internet-based self-help intervention for psychological distress due to COVID-19: Results of a randomized controlled trial24
Uptake and effectiveness of a self-guided mobile app platform for college student mental health24
Dismantling internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy for tinnitus. The contribution of applied relaxation: A randomized controlled trial23
Adolescent dropout from brief digital mental health interventions within and beyond randomized trials22
Predicting acute suicidal ideation on Instagram using ensemble machine learning models22
Predictors of acceptability and engagement in a self-guided online program for depression and anxiety22
Effectiveness of the REThink therapeutic online video game in promoting mental health in children and adolescents21
What do users think about Virtual Reality relaxation applications? A mixed methods study of online user reviews using natural language processing21
Drafting the Aboriginal and Islander Mental Health Initiative for Youth (AIMhi-Y) App: Results of a formative mixed methods study21
The effect of user interface on treatment engagement in a self-guided digital problem-solving intervention: A randomized controlled trial20
Targeting subjective engagement in experimental therapeutics for digital mental health interventions20
Online Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) interventions for chronic pain: A systematic literature review20
iHealth: The ethics of artificial intelligence and big data in mental healthcare20
Tailoring and evaluating the web-based ‘Partner in Balance’ intervention for family caregivers of persons with young-onset dementia20
Automatic identification of suicide notes with a transformer-based deep learning model19
Reasons for not reaching or using web-based self-management applications, and the use and evaluation of Oncokompas among cancer survivors, in the context of a randomised controlled trial19
Engagement with online psychosocial interventions for psychosis: A review and synthesis of relevant factors19
Jamaican adolescents' receptiveness to digital mental health services: A cross-sectional survey from rural and urban communities19
Transdiagnostic Internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy with therapist support offered once-weekly or once-weekly supplemented with therapist support within one-business-day: Pragmatic randomiz18
Practitioner and researcher perspectives on the utility of ecological momentary assessment in mental health care: A survey study17
Online mental health interventions designed for students in higher education: A user-centered perspective17
Pilot study of a well-being app to support New Zealand young people during the COVID-19 pandemic17
Challenges faced by mental health providers and patients during the coronavirus 2019 pandemic due to technological barriers17
Development and evaluation of an internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy intervention for anxiety and depression in adults with cystic fibrosis (eHealth CF-CBT): An international collaboration17
Detecting risk level in individuals misusing fentanyl utilizing posts from an online community on Reddit17
Treating subclinical and clinical symptoms of insomnia with a mindfulness-based smartphone application: A pilot study17
Feasibility of a Software agent providing a brief Intervention for Self-help to Uplift psychological wellbeing (“SISU”). A single-group pretest-posttest trial investigating the potential of SISU to ac17
Insights into internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy for public safety personnel: Exploration of client experiences during and after treatment16
Internet-delivered Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for anxiety and depression in cancer survivors: Predictors of treatment response16
Using virtual reality to target positive autobiographical memory in individuals with moderate-to-moderately severe depressive symptoms: A single case experimental design15
Social media interventions targeting exercise and diet behaviours in people with noncommunicable diseases (NCDs): A systematic review15
Internet-delivered cognitive behavioral interventions to reduce elevated stress: A systematic review and meta-analysis15
Significant reduction in depressive symptoms among patients with moderately-severe to severe depressive symptoms after participation in a therapist-supported, evidence-based mobile health program deli15
Mental health professionals as influencers on TikTok and Instagram: What role do they play in mental health literacy and help-seeking?15
Internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy for psychological distress in older adults without cognitive impairment living in nursing homes during the COVID-19 pandemic: A feasibility study14
A randomized factorial trial of internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy: An 8-week program with or without extended support and booster lesson14
Brief online motivational interviewing pre-treatment intervention for enhancing internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy: A randomized controlled trial14
Evaluation of a virtual coaching system eHealth intervention: A mixed methods observational cohort study in the Netherlands14
Meta-analytic review of online guided self-help interventions for depressive symptoms among college students14
Supporting parents of children with chronic conditions: A randomized controlled trial of web-based and self-help ACT interventions14
Investigating the potential of a novel internet-based cognitive behavioural intervention for Dari and Farsi speaking refugee youth: A feasibility study13
A systematic review of the engagement with social media–delivered interventions for improving health outcomes among sexual and gender minorities13
Feasibility and preliminary efficacy of guided internet-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia after the loss of a child to cancer: Randomized controlled trial13
Using a blended format (videoconference and face to face) to deliver a group psychosocial intervention to parents of autistic children13
Patients' experience of an ecological momentary intervention involving self-monitoring and personalized feedback for depression13
A pragmatic factorial randomized controlled trial of transdiagnostic internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy: Exploring benefits of homework reflection questionnaires and twice-weekly therapi13
Applying machine learning on health record data from general practitioners to predict suicidality13
Enhancing mental health literacy in obsessive-compulsive disorder and reducing stigma via smartphone: A randomized controlled trial protocol12
Longer-term effectiveness of eLearning and blended delivery of Mental Health First Aid training in the workplace: 2-Year follow-up of a randomised controlled trial12
Feasibility and acceptability of a guided internet-based stress management intervention for university students with high levels of stress: Protocol for an open trial12
Internet and smartphone-based ecological momentary assessment and personalized advice (PROfeel) in adolescents with chronic conditions: A feasibility study12
Feasibility and clinical utility of a transdiagnostic Internet-delivered rational emotive and behavioral intervention for adolescents with anxiety and depressive disorders12
Design considerations for a multiple sclerosis fatigue mobile app MS Energize: A pragmatic iterative approach using usability testing and resonance checks12
Lessons learned from an attempted randomized-controlled feasibility trial on “WIDeCAD” - An internet-based depression treatment for people living with coronary artery disease (CAD)12
Transitioning from face-to-face treatment to iCBT for youths in primary care – therapists' attitudes and experiences12
A self-control training app to increase self-control and reduce aggression – A full factorial design12
Internet-delivered cognitive therapy for social anxiety disorder in Hong Kong: A randomized controlled trial12
Rapid Report 3: Mental health symptoms, characteristics, and regional variation, for users of an Australian digital mental health service during the first 8 months of COVID-1912
ICBT program for improving informal caregiver well-being: A qualitative study12
Efficacy of internet-based interventions for common mental disorder symptoms and psychosocial problems in older adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis12
Social media-based interventions for adolescent and young adult mental health: A scoping review11
A self-guided Internet-delivered intervention for adults with ADHD: A feasibility study11
Acceptability and feasibility of a messenger-based psychological chat counselling service for children and young adults (“krisenchat”): A cross-sectional study11
User feedback and usability testing of an online training and support program for dementia carers11
Cultural adaptation of Hap-pas-Hapi, an internet and mobile-based intervention for the treatment of psychological distress among Albanian migrants in Switzerland and Germany11
Tailoring the web-based ‘Partner in Balance’ intervention to support spouses of persons with frontotemporal dementia11
Guided internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy for obsessive-compulsive disorder: A multicenter randomized controlled trial in Japan11
Psychiatric rehabilitation through teaching smartphone skills to improve functional outcomes in serious mental illness10
Negative effects in internet-based interventions for depression: A qualitative content analysis10
A blended rational emotive occupational health coaching for job-stress among teachers of children with special education needs10
Feasibility and acceptability of using smartphone-based EMA to assess patterns of prescription opioid and medical cannabis use among individuals with chronic pain10
Examining mediators of change in wellbeing, stress, and depression in a blended, Internet-based, ACT intervention for university students10
Technology and psychotherapeutic interventions: Bibliometric analysis of the past four decades10
Exploring the potential of delivering mental health care services using digital technologies in Bangladesh: A qualitative analysis10
Estimating causal effects of internet interventions in the context of nonadherence10
Are guided internet-based interventions for the indicated prevention of depression in green professions effective in the long run? Longitudinal analysis of the 6- and 12-month follow-up of a pragmatic10
Effects of internet-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy on use of child sexual abuse material: A randomized placebo-controlled trial on the Darknet10
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