Motivational cues as real-time feedback for changing daily activity behavior of patients with COPD

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Monique Tabak, Harm op den Akker and Hermie Hermens, “Motivational cues as real-time feedback for changing daily activity behavior of patients with COPD“, in Patient Education and Counseling, Vol. 94 (3), pages 372-378, 2013.

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