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Elderly Japanese computer users: assessing changes in usage, attitude, and skill transfer over a one-year period

Hiroyuki Umemuro, Yoshiko Shirokane
2003 Universal Access in the Information Society  
Changes and interrelations among computer usage, computer attitude, and skill transfer of elderly Japanese computer users were investigated over a oneyear period.  ...  Participants' usage of the computer, mouse and/or keyboard, and computer attitudes were investigated.  ...  As a consequence, changes in computer attitude of the elderly population needs to be assessed over a longer period and time and in relation to computer usage.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10209-003-0049-7 fatcat:m5fdftntdraflip4flp5j3rkmq

Elderly people as users of information technology

T. Petäkoski-Hult, S. Belitz, J.A. Mantere, H. Strömberg
2002 Gerontechnology  
The participants performed the task over a 4-day period, with 2 sessions on each day.  ...  Both groups completed a 25 item general Knowledge about Memory Loss Test (primary outcome), socio-demographic and technology usage questionnaire. In addition, viewers completed a user evaluation.  ...  One was conducted among users of the device, the other in a population of 55 and over in the Grenoble Area (urban and rural).  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.041.00 fatcat:q4fnvkp5vbfhtlb2euztfe5i6y

The performance effects of scrolling on older users in the WWW

J. Sanchez
2002 Gerontechnology  
The participants performed the task over a 4-day period, with 2 sessions on each day.  ...  Both groups completed a 25 item general Knowledge about Memory Loss Test (primary outcome), socio-demographic and technology usage questionnaire. In addition, viewers completed a user evaluation.  ...  One was conducted among users of the device, the other in a population of 55 and over in the Grenoble Area (urban and rural).  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.053.00 fatcat:iq6tbmsmgnbgtaswm4wknq3viq

Smart home and the aging user - Trends and analyses of consumer behaviour

S. Meyer, E. Schulze
2002 Gerontechnology  
The participants performed the task over a 4-day period, with 2 sessions on each day.  ...  Both groups completed a 25 item general Knowledge about Memory Loss Test (primary outcome), socio-demographic and technology usage questionnaire. In addition, viewers completed a user evaluation.  ...  One was conducted among users of the device, the other in a population of 55 and over in the Grenoble Area (urban and rural).  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.128.00 fatcat:yudm4khbmnb73f7b2kjvkycogm

Future societal trends and expectations of the next-generation older users of domotics

H. Mollenkopf, H.W. Wahl
2002 Gerontechnology  
The participants performed the task over a 4-day period, with 2 sessions on each day.  ...  Both groups completed a 25 item general Knowledge about Memory Loss Test (primary outcome), socio-demographic and technology usage questionnaire. In addition, viewers completed a user evaluation.  ...  One was conducted among users of the device, the other in a population of 55 and over in the Grenoble Area (urban and rural).  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.132.00 fatcat:4uiac4xp5vad3dko5urpctpbmu

When do seniors choose the Internet? The role of communication goal and user ex-perience

A.S. Melenhorst
2002 Gerontechnology  
The participants performed the task over a 4-day period, with 2 sessions on each day.  ...  Both groups completed a 25 item general Knowledge about Memory Loss Test (primary outcome), socio-demographic and technology usage questionnaire. In addition, viewers completed a user evaluation.  ...  One was conducted among users of the device, the other in a population of 55 and over in the Grenoble Area (urban and rural).  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.118.00 fatcat:blwrkaxdmnha7jqgfko2sfbcga

Emergency call systems (systems based on human biosignals, user adaptation, loca-tion-aware systems)

W. Rossdeutscher, B. Schadow
2002 Gerontechnology  
The participants performed the task over a 4-day period, with 2 sessions on each day.  ...  Both groups completed a 25 item general Knowledge about Memory Loss Test (primary outcome), socio-demographic and technology usage questionnaire. In addition, viewers completed a user evaluation.  ...  One was conducted among users of the device, the other in a population of 55 and over in the Grenoble Area (urban and rural).  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.130.00 fatcat:peuyqeqllzd27okmvgxcwmdw5e

Assessing the appearance of a product in the product development process to-gether with aged user

I. Alakärppä, L. Kovanen
2002 Gerontechnology  
The participants performed the task over a 4-day period, with 2 sessions on each day.  ...  Both groups completed a 25 item general Knowledge about Memory Loss Test (primary outcome), socio-demographic and technology usage questionnaire. In addition, viewers completed a user evaluation.  ...  One was conducted among users of the device, the other in a population of 55 and over in the Grenoble Area (urban and rural).  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.109.00 fatcat:bsr7bwee5jdfjc4s3tcdzkl2my

Graphical user interface for visualization of a decision support system for PEEP titration

S Lozano-Zahonero, S Buehler, S Schumann, J Guttmann
2014 Critical Care  
P2 The Limpet controlled drug cabinet alarm and camera M Mariyaselvam, D Pearson, P Moondi, P Young Results Mock thefts were successfully accomplished on six occasions over a 4-week period.  ...  A month later the audit process was repeated. Results We assessed 129 prescriptions in the fi rst round, and 111 after intervention, demonstrating a 70% improvement in safe prescribing.  ...  References The 28-day survival rates were 73.3%, 40% and 16%, respectively. Conclusion PDF may be a useful blood purifi cation therapy for ALF, but PDF should be performed below a MELD score of 30.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc13468 pmcid:PMC4069490 fatcat:i5c73qyohrcxbd4sp7gjhzumga

Elderly in the Digital Era. Theoretical Perspectives on Assistive Technologies

Ioana Iancu, Bogdan Iancu
2017 Technologies  
The present paper presents a theoretical perspective on assistive technology for elderly people.  ...  to use a computer, and 12% claimed that no training was available.  ...  Regarding the motor skills, the main changes refer to a decrease in speed of movement, a decline in strength and endurance, a decline in balance and coordination, and the likelihood of involuntary movements  ... 
doi:10.3390/technologies5030060 fatcat:r7crg3h3o5e5nppo2uespwzuw4

Job redesign for elderly workers and its application to Japanese factories

T. Nishino, M. Nagamachi
2002 Gerontechnology  
The participants performed the task over a 4-day period, with 2 sessions on each day.  ...  Both groups completed a 25 item general Knowledge about Memory Loss Test (primary outcome), socio-demographic and technology usage questionnaire. In addition, viewers completed a user evaluation.  ...  One was conducted among users of the device, the other in a population of 55 and over in the Grenoble Area (urban and rural).  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.069.00 fatcat:yr273jphtfhvzle646ifch627y

The transfer activity to the car in stroke patients for developing the transfer-training simulator

W. Matsumoto, Y. Higashi, T. Fujimoto, T. Tamura
2002 Gerontechnology  
The participants performed the task over a 4-day period, with 2 sessions on each day.  ...  Both groups completed a 25 item general Knowledge about Memory Loss Test (primary outcome), socio-demographic and technology usage questionnaire. In addition, viewers completed a user evaluation.  ...  One was conducted among users of the device, the other in a population of 55 and over in the Grenoble Area (urban and rural).  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.095.00 fatcat:vtyks3ebzjgxpbrjylubl2uw3m

Use and attitudes toward interactive computer services in community dwelling older adults

S. Handler, N. Resnick, R. Schulz, R.H. Friedman
2002 Gerontechnology  
The participants performed the task over a 4-day period, with 2 sessions on each day.  ...  Both groups completed a 25 item general Knowledge about Memory Loss Test (primary outcome), socio-demographic and technology usage questionnaire. In addition, viewers completed a user evaluation.  ...  One was conducted among users of the device, the other in a population of 55 and over in the Grenoble Area (urban and rural).  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.089.00 fatcat:j3ddcwxrvfd57f5krh5u55d23m

Immersive Technology and the Elderly: A Mini-Review

Brett E. Shelton, Cigdem Uz
2014 Gerontology  
The majority of the studies examined the effect of immersive technologies on elder peoples' age-related declines, including sensory and motor changes (vision, hearing, motor skills), cognitive changes  ...  This paper presents a review of the literature to provide a snapshot of the current state of research involving the use of immersive technologies and the elderly.  ...  In addition, the search criteria could be relaxed to allow studies that focus on computer-based skills of elderly, their attitudes to these technologies and barriers that inhibit elderly people from actively  ... 
doi:10.1159/000365754 pmid:25502624 fatcat:2ryyvqp6frbgdm53qg5ahqwtii

A System for assessing the walking ability of the elderly

H. Kawai, S. Hiki
2002 Gerontechnology  
The participants performed the task over a 4-day period, with 2 sessions on each day.  ...  Both groups completed a 25 item general Knowledge about Memory Loss Test (primary outcome), socio-demographic and technology usage questionnaire. In addition, viewers completed a user evaluation.  ...  One was conducted among users of the device, the other in a population of 55 and over in the Grenoble Area (urban and rural).  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.019.00 fatcat:znpelfkmavbhljnpoyegdilutm
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