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Gamification in Stress Management Apps: A Critical App Review

Gamification in Stress Management Apps: A Critical App Review

In a first step, this list was based on a publication by Lister and colleagues [38], who identified a total of 6 gamification techniques. Their study distinguished between game elements and gamification.

Alexandra Hoffmann, Corinna A Christmann, Gabriele Bleser

JMIR Serious Games 2017;5(2):e13


Gamification in Apps and Technologies for Improving Mental Health and Well-Being: Systematic Review

Gamification in Apps and Technologies for Improving Mental Health and Well-Being: Systematic Review

For example, in the review of health and fitness mobile phone apps by Lister et al [22], gamification is used to cover the concepts of leaderboards, levels, digital rewards, tangible prizes, competitions, and social pressure but not avatars or “narrative context

Vanessa Wan Sze Cheng, Tracey Davenport, Daniel Johnson, Kellie Vella, Ian B Hickie

JMIR Ment Health 2019;6(6):e13717


Health Behavior Theory in Physical Activity Game Apps: A Content Analysis

Health Behavior Theory in Physical Activity Game Apps: A Content Analysis

Lister et al found that elements of gamification, or the “use of game design elements in non-game contexts” [14], appeared in a large percentage of health and fitness apps [15].

Hannah E Payne, Victor BA Moxley, Elizabeth MacDonald

JMIR Serious Games 2015;3(2):e4


Scaling Up Research on Drug Abuse and Addiction Through Social Media Big Data

Scaling Up Research on Drug Abuse and Addiction Through Social Media Big Data

For example, Cameron and colleagues developed the Prescription Drug Abuse Online Surveillance and Epidemiology (PREDOSE) infrastructure to extract and analyze entities and sentiments of unstructured social media text data regarding prescription drug abuse [

Sunny Jung Kim, Lisa A Marsch, Jeffrey T Hancock, Amarendra K Das

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(10):e353


Creating Engaging Health Promotion Campaigns on Social Media: Observations and Lessons From Fitbit and Garmin

Creating Engaging Health Promotion Campaigns on Social Media: Observations and Lessons From Fitbit and Garmin

authors examined the content of social media posts and the responses (ie, engagement) from users, concluding that Instagram holds particular promise as it elicited significantly higher rates of engagement from users when compared to Twitter.The study by Rus and Cameron

Sarah Edney, Svetlana Bogomolova, Jillian Ryan, Tim Olds, Ilea Sanders, Carol Maher

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(12):e10911