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Development of a Dual-Modal Presentation of Texts for Small Screens

Shuang Xu, Xiaowen Fang, Jacek Brzezinski, Susy Chan
2008 International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction  
It was hypothesized that this dual-modal presentation would result in superior comprehension performance and higher acceptance than pure textual display.  ...  This research proposed a method to present textual information with network relationships in a "graphics + voice" format, especially for small screens.  ...  Dual-Modal Presentation of Texts 7 of mental integration and improved effectiveness, users may find the dual-modal presentation with greater perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10447310802537566 fatcat:t5zzbqksbnhlzjpkqm3uqy62tm

Modeling input modality choice in mobile graphical and speech interfaces

Stefan Schaffer, Robert Schleicher, Sebastian Möller
2015 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
In this paper, we review three experiments with a mobile application that integrates graphical input with a touch-screen and a speech interface and develop a model for input modality choice in multimodal  ...  In an application example it is shown how the modality choice mechanism can be deployed for simulating interaction in the field of automatic usability evaluation.  ...  Acknowledgments The research is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) as part of the Research Training Group "Prospective Design of Human-Technology Interaction" (No. 1013) and supported by the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2014.11.004 fatcat:zjnaozhhkve6zea3zvc5dzvkcu

Going direct to the consumer: Examining treatment preferences for veterans with insomnia, PTSD, and depression

Cassidy A. Gutner, Eric R. Pedersen, Sean P.A. Drummond
2018 Psychiatry Research  
screening for both insomnia and depression had similar preferences for in-person and mobile app-based/computer self-help treatment.  ...  Although one in five veterans with a positive screen would not consider care, veterans screening for both insomnia and PTSD who would consider care had a preference for in-person counseling, and those  ...  Gutner was supported by National Institute of Mental Health grants (K23MH103396; R25MH080916).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.psychres.2018.02.045 pmid:29524908 pmcid:PMC5911221 fatcat:wmipribbg5go3cwaevgux4rgby

Trends in telemedicine use in addiction treatment

Todd Molfenter, Mike Boyle, Don Holloway, Janet Zwick
2015 Addiction Science & Clinical Practice  
treatment, videoconferencing, smartphone mobile applications (apps), and virtual worlds.  ...  The project assessed purchasers' interest in and perceived facilitators and barriers to implementing one or more of the following telemedicine modalities: telephone-based care, web-based screening, web-based  ...  This article is submitted in memory of Michael Boyle who led this technology implementation effort and passed away on May 7th, 2015.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13722-015-0035-4 pmid:26016484 pmcid:PMC4636787 fatcat:rat5qrmozbettjffvsy2vx3miy

Effects of presentation mode on mobile language learning: A performance efficiency perspective

I-Jung Chen, Chi-Cheng Chang, Jung-Chuan Yen
2012 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
Eighty-seven university students majoring in applied foreign languages were randomly assigned to either listening with auditory materials only, or listening with identical and concurrent written text.  ...  (PDA) as a learning tool.  ...  A higher score indicated a higher mental effort.  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.887 fatcat:tujqbbsknbeadm47imhwf6sr5a

The Effects of Multimodal Mobile Communications on Cooperative Team Interactions Executing Distributed Tasks [chapter]

Gregory M. Burnett, Andres Calvo, Victor Finomore, Gregory Funke
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information.  ...  Respondents should be aware that notwithstanding any other provision of law, no person shall be subject to any penalty for failing to comply with a collection of information if it does not display a currently  ...  Participants' mean perceived mental workload scores for each experimental condition for the Helper and the Worker are displayed in Figure 6 .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39351-8_39 fatcat:rpj2wpk56faxhh7wbtpuvh667y

A Dual Modal Presentation of Network Relationships in Texts

Shuang Xu, Xiaowen Fang, Jacek Brzezinski, Susy S. Chan
2005 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
dual-modal presentation will result in superior comprehension performance and higher satisfaction than pure textual display.  ...  The dependent variables were user performance and satisfaction. Thirty subjects participated in this experiment.  ...  Another explanation is that mental integration of different multi-modal information causes a heavy cognitive load in working memory.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/XuFBC05 fatcat:mdfqbkvylfccfpso2mkoq62vge

Effects of Multimodal Feedback on the Usability of Mobile Diet Diary for Older Adults [chapter]

Miroslav Bojic, Olivier A. Blanson Henkemans, Mark A. Neerincx, Charles A. P. G. Van der Mast, Jasper Lindenberg
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Our findings show that a multimodal mobile diet diary can support older adults maintaining a healthy diet and give insights on designing usable mobile interfaces for older adults.  ...  Consequently, we designed a multimodal mobile diet diary supporting interaction through text, graphics and speech.  ...  Following the pilot we assessed that, although the tasks differ, the time necessary in order to complete them and mental effort was similar.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02713-0_31 fatcat:jn2f63aohzhvfdpw2ssdjqz4ya

Development of a dual-modal information presentation of sequential relationship

Shuang Xu, Xiaowen Fang, Susy Chan
2009 International Journal of Mobile Learning and Organisation  
might facilitate user's understanding of diagrammatic information; (3) The distribution of cognitive workload across modalities might demand less mental effort required in information comprehension, as  ...  Mental integration of the dual-model information also demands a heavy cognitive memory load and leads to degraded performances as often found in computer-based applications with visual-auditory output.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijmlo.2009.026310 fatcat:ro3avgc43jcdjg6vl6j6er2why

Comparing written and photo-based indoor wayfinding instructions through eye fixation measures and user ratings as mental effort assessments [article]

Laure De Cock, Pepijn Viaene, Nico Van De Weghe, Ralph Michels, Kristien Ooms, Nina Vanhaeren, Alain De Wulf, Philippe De Maeyer
2019 Journal of Eye Movement Research  
An explorative study was conducted to compare two pedestrian indoor wayfinding applications, one text-based (SoleWay) and one image-based (Eyedog), in terms of mental effort.  ...  The use of mobile pedestrian wayfinding applications is gaining importance indoors.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was supported and funded by the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO) (http://www.fwo.be) by a PhD fellowship grant (FWO17/ASP/242).  ... 
doi:10.16910/jemr.12.1.1 pmid:33828720 pmcid:PMC7903249 fatcat:d4j2evoofjbwzaclzshn7dn4by

Older Users' Rejection of Mobile Health Apps a Case for a Stand-Alone Device? [chapter]

André Calero Valdez, Martina Ziefle
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In a questionnaire study (n=245) we ask both healthy and chronically ill (heart disease and diabetes) for their preferences.  ...  We investigate the influence of several user factors on the willingness to use a health app integrated in a mobile phone vs. a stand-alone device.  ...  In an effort to treat the chronically ill and prevent further surge in prevalence, mobile health applications are often used [6] in treatment and prevention [7] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-20913-5_4 fatcat:fv3uuzyem5bnzhoiblwtg2yhui

E-mental health preferences of Veterans with and without probable posttraumatic stress disorder

Julia M. Whealin, L. Alana Seibert-Hatalsky, Jennifer Willett Howell, Jack Tsai
2015 Journal of rehabilitation research and development  
Mental health care practices supported by electronic communication, referred to as e-  ...  Telephone-and Mobile Device-Based Interventions The application of telephone technology to mental health care has been evaluated as well [26] [27] [28] [29] .  ...  Additionally, the VHA has developed computer and mobile telephone applications, such as the Prolonged Exposure Coach [12] .  ... 
doi:10.1682/jrrd.2014.04.0113 pmid:26562090 fatcat:5f7d5hu4cvbxrpqj72m4gm7vvu

Examining Social Media Experiences and Attitudes Toward Technology-Based Interventions for Reducing Social Isolation Among LGBTQ Youth Living in Rural United States: An Online Qualitative Study

César G. Escobar-Viera, Sophia Choukas-Bradley, Jaime Sidani, Anne J. Maheux, Savannah R. Roberts, Bruce L. Rollman
2022 Frontiers in Digital Health  
Combining delivery modalities is key to engaging rural-living LGBTQ youth in digitally delivered support interventions to reduce perceived isolation.  ...  Youth discussed advantages and disadvantages of intervention delivery via a mobile app, social media pages or groups, conversational agents (chatbots), and a dedicated website.ConclusionViewing positive  ...  Jamie Martina for her assistance in language editing and proofreading of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fdgth.2022.900695 pmid:35832658 pmcid:PMC9271672 fatcat:pvlpnsdpabcexn3ujdaeafspmm

IntelliTilt: An Enhanced Tilt Interaction Technique for Mobile Map-Based Applications [chapter]

Bradley van Tonder, Janet Wesson
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
IntelliTilt was compared to a basic tilt interaction technique using a prototype mobile map-based application in an experiment.  ...  The results of this experiment showed that IntelliTilt was preferred by the participants and that it offered significant advantages in terms of mental demand, perceived efficiency and controllability.  ...  Discussion IntelliTilt provided statistically significant improvements in three aspects of perceived workload, namely mental demand, temporal demand and effort.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23771-3_38 fatcat:dlvz33ephbhl7mpv42nyipirmi

Intelligent Signal Processing for Affective Computing [From the Guest Editors]

Bjorn W. Schuller, Rosalind Picard, Elisabeth Andre, Jonathan Gratch, Jianhua Tao
2021 IEEE Signal Processing Magazine  
well as the application in mobile health.  ...  In "Deep Learning for Mobile Mental Health: Challenges and Recent Advances," Han et al., together with some of the guest editors, provide insight into mobile device-based mental health analysis.  ...  In 2010, she was elected a member of the Academy of Europe and the German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina.  ... 
doi:10.1109/msp.2021.3096415 fatcat:ny735iki4ncg7hodtcr7vhtmle
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