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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

Implementation of a Web-Based Work-Related Psychological Aftercare Program Into Clinical Routine: Results of a Longitudinal Observational Study

Implementation of a Web-Based Work-Related Psychological Aftercare Program Into Clinical Routine: Results of a Longitudinal Observational Study

To estimate treatment effects, Cohen d was calculated for the comparison of mean scores with t tests, Cramér V for chi-square tests and the effect size r was calculated for the comparison of median scores with the Mann-Whitney U test.For the weekly assessment

Rüdiger Zwerenz, Carlotta Baumgarten, Ingo Dahn, Nicole Labitzke, Andreas Schwarting, Matthias Rudolph, Peter Ferdinand, Ute Dederichs-Masius, Manfred E Beutel

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(6):e12285

Wrist-Worn Wearables for Monitoring Heart Rate and Energy Expenditure While Sitting or Performing Light-to-Vigorous Physical Activity: Validation Study

Wrist-Worn Wearables for Monitoring Heart Rate and Energy Expenditure While Sitting or Performing Light-to-Vigorous Physical Activity: Validation Study

commonly employed for similar evaluations [26,27], was synchronized with the gas analyzer and served as the criterion measure for HR.WearablesThe 4 tested wrist-worn wearables were Apple Watch Series 4, Version 5.1 (Apple Inc, Cupertino, CA); Polar Vantage V,

Peter Düking, Laura Giessing, Marie Ottilie Frenkel, Karsten Koehler, Hans-Christer Holmberg, Billy Sperlich

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(5):e16716