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Published on 04.11.16 in Vol 3, No 2 (2016): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Studies Involving People With Dementia and Touchscreen Technology: A Literature Review"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/rehab.5788):

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  1. Hicks B, Innes A, Nyman SR. Exploring the ‘active mechanisms’ for engaging rural-dwelling older men with dementia in a community technological initiative. Ageing and Society 2019;:1
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  3. Kerkhof Y, Pelgrum-Keurhorst M, Mangiaracina F, Bergsma A, Vrauwdeunt G, Graff M, Dröes R. User-participatory development of FindMyApps; a tool to help people with mild dementia find supportive apps for self-management and meaningful activities. DIGITAL HEALTH 2019;5:205520761882294
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  4. Monsch RJ, Burckhardt AC, Berres M, Thomann AE, Ehrensperger MM, Steiner LA, Goettel N. Development of a Novel Self-administered Cognitive Assessment Tool and Normative Data for Older Adults. Journal of Neurosurgical Anesthesiology 2019;31(2):218
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  5. Large DR, Burnett G, Crundall E, Lawson G, Skrypchuk L, Mouzakitis A. Evaluating secondary input devices to support an automotive touchscreen HMI: A cross-cultural simulator study conducted in the UK and China. Applied Ergonomics 2019;78:184
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  6. Lancioni G, Singh N, O’Reilly M, Sigafoos J, D’Amico F, Laporta D, Scordamaglia A, Pinto K. Tablet-based intervention to foster music-related hand responses and positive engagement in people with advanced Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Enabling Technologies 2019;13(1):14
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  7. McCarron HR, Zmora R, Gaugler JE. A web-based mobile application with a smart watch to support social engagement in persons with memory loss: a pilot randomized controlled trial (Preprint). JMIR Aging 2019;
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  8. Babulal GM, Quiroz YT, Albensi BC, Arenaza-Urquijo E, Astell AJ, Babiloni C, Bahar-Fuchs A, Bell J, Bowman GL, Brickman AM, Chételat G, Ciro C, Cohen AD, Dilworth-Anderson P, Dodge HH, Dreux S, Edland S, Esbensen A, Evered L, Ewers M, Fargo KN, Fortea J, Gonzalez H, Gustafson DR, Head E, Hendrix JA, Hofer SM, Johnson LA, Jutten R, Kilborn K, Lanctôt KL, Manly JJ, Martins RN, Mielke MM, Morris MC, Murray ME, Oh ES, Parra MA, Rissman RA, Roe CM, Santos OA, Scarmeas N, Schneider LS, Schupf N, Sikkes S, Snyder HM, Sohrabi HR, Stern Y, Strydom A, Tang Y, Terrera GM, Teunissen C, Melo van Lent D, Weinborn M, Wesselman L, Wilcock DM, Zetterberg H, O'Bryant SE. Perspectives on ethnic and racial disparities in Alzheimer's disease and related dementias: Update and areas of immediate need. Alzheimer's & Dementia 2019;15(2):292
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  9. Astell AJ, McGrath C, Dove E. ‘That's for old so and so's!’: does identity influence older adults’ technology adoption decisions?. Ageing and Society 2019;:1
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  10. Martínez-Alcalá CI, Rosales-Lagarde A, Hernández-Alonso E, Melchor-Agustin R, Rodriguez-Torres EE, Itzá-Ortiz BA. A Mobile App (iBeni) With a Neuropsychological Basis for Cognitive Stimulation for Elderly Adults: Pilot and Validation Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2018;7(8):e172
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  11. Boumans J, van Boekel LC, Baan CA, Luijkx KG. How Can Autonomy Be Maintained and Informal Care Improved for People With Dementia Living in Residential Care Facilities: A Systematic Literature Review. The Gerontologist 2018;
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  13. Meiland F, Innes A, Mountain G, Robinson L, van der Roest H, García-Casal JA, Gove D, Thyrian JR, Evans S, Dröes R, Kelly F, Kurz A, Casey D, Szcześniak D, Dening T, Craven MP, Span M, Felzmann H, Tsolaki M, Franco-Martin M. Technologies to Support Community-Dwelling Persons With Dementia: A Position Paper on Issues Regarding Development, Usability, Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness, Deployment, and Ethics. JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies 2017;4(1):e1
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  14. Dove E, Astell AJ. The Use of Motion-Based Technology for People Living With Dementia or Mild Cognitive Impairment: A Literature Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(1):e3
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  15. Tyack C, Camic PM. Touchscreen interventions and the well-being of people with dementia and caregivers: a systematic review. International Psychogeriatrics 2017;29(8):1261
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  16. Dove E, Astell A. The Kinect Project: Group motion-based gaming for people living with dementia. Dementia 2017;:147130121774357
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/rehab.5788)

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  1. Astell AJ. Perspectives on Human-Computer Interaction Research with Older People. 2019. Chapter 2:21
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  2. Aakster Y, van Delden R, Lentelink S. Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology. 2018. Chapter 7:84
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