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Table of Contents for December 2019, Vol. 4, No.  4

Exploring Retrospective Biases in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: an Experience-Sampling Study  J. MacLaren Kelly, Sarah J. Kertz…Pages 297-302 Abstract

Compulsive Internet Gaming and Its Relationship with Poor Psychological Well-Being Among Selected Adolescents  Georgekutty Kuriala Kochuchakkalackal…Pages 303-308 Abstract

Childhood Weight Management: the Development and Refinement of an mHealth Intervention in Primary Care  Atiqur Rahman, Yasmin JahanPages 309-317 Abstract

Evaluating the Relationship Between Multimedia Viewing, Sedentary Behavior, and Executive Function: a Systematic Review  Dean McDonnell, Evan Hunt, Laura Griffin…Pages 318-331 Abstract

Gaming Motivations as a Guide to Treating Problematic Gaming Behaviors  Jason L. SteadmanPages 332-339 Abstract

Training Teachers to Identify and Refer At-Risk Students Through Computer Simulation  Elizabeth Gates Bradley, Brittany KendallPages 340-345 Abstract

Teleprescribing Controlled Substances: Flowchart Analysis of the Ryan Haight Act and State Telemedicine Laws  Harish A. Lingam, Robert L. CaudillPages 346-359 Abstract

Use of Health Technologies for Low Back Pain in the Military Health System  Renee Cavanagh, Anju Bhargava, Ann Gleason…Pages 360-371 Abstract

Smart Ways to Use Smartphones in Adolescent Mental Health Treatment  Samira Khan, Taniya PradhanPages 372-380 Abstract

College Students’ Attitudes About Mental Health-Related Content in Mobile Apps  Kathleen M. Palmer, Samantha G. Henderson Abstract