mHealthINX literature

An overview of the most relevant literature related to the project

Lunau et al. (2013)

Work stress and depressive symptoms in older employees: BMC Public Health, 13(1), 1086

Götz et al. (2018)

Age differences in the association between stressful work and sickness absence among full-time employed workers: evidence from the German socio-economic panel. International archives of occupational and environmental health, 91(4), 479-496.

Bromet et al. (2011)

Cross-national epidemiology of DSM-IV major depressive episode. BMC medicine, 9(1), 90.

Griffiths et al. (2006)

Why Are Health Care Interventions Delivered Over the Internet? A Systematic Review of the Published Literature The West Midlands SUDI Study View project DAPA RCT View project. Article in Journal of Medical Internet Research.

Üstün, T. B., Ayuso-Mateos, J. L., Chatterji, S., Mathers, C., & Murray, C. J. (2004).

Üstün, T. B., Ayuso-Mateos, J. L., Chatterji, S., Mathers, C., & Murray, C. J. (2004).

Wang et al. (2018).

A systematic review of the effectiveness of mobile apps for monitoring and management of mental health symptoms or disorders. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 107, 73–78.

Jerdan et al. (2018).

Head-mounted virtual reality and mental health: Critical review of current research. Journal of Medical Internet Research.

Pham et al. (2015).

Feasibility and Efficacy of an mHealth Game for Managing Anxiety: “Flowy” Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial and Design Evaluation. Games for Health Journal, 5(1), 50–67.

Shah et al. (2015).

Efficacy of the virtual reality-based stress management program on stress-related variables in people with mood disorders: The feasibility study. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 29(1), 6–13.