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Towards personalized persuasive strategies for active ageing

Carlijn Valk, Yuan Lu, Xipei Ren, Marjolein Wintermans, Ivar Kraaijevanger, Jim Steenbakkers, Vincent Visser
2017 Gerontechnology  
The authors thank the participating students and participating end users as well as the REACH consortium partners for their contributions to the presented work.  ...  Acknowledgements The work presented in this paper was made possible in part by funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 690425.  ...  Smart wearable technologies have been already developed to support citizens to be more physically active.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2017.16.3.005.00 fatcat:ybmzisrls5dhla22wyyl37o6ne

Placing in Age

Siân Lindley, Jayne Wallace
2015 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
We reflect on what placing in age means in these two circumstances, and how technology might be used to support it.  ...  Rather than support for stability, or reminiscing about the past, the aim is to address the need for change and to enable the meaningful spending of time now and in the future. • H5.m.  ...  We would like to acknowledge and thank the 'downsizers' who generously gave their time, the residents and staff of 'Green Oaks' residential care home for their participation and support of the research  ... 
doi:10.1145/2755562 fatcat:bemu4xycnjharcvadguviquug4

Towards intelligent caring agents for Aging-In-Place: Issues and challenges

Di Wang, Budhitama Subagdja, Yilin Kang, Ah-Hwee Tan, Daqing Zhang
2014 2014 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence for Human-like Intelligence (CIHLI)  
The relatively shrinking workforce to support the growing population of the elderly leads to a rapidly increasing amount of technological innovations in the field of elderly care.  ...  The aging of the world population presents vast societal and individual challenges.  ...  Persuasive technology To improve the physical and emotional well-being of the elderly and keep them socially active.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cihli.2014.7013393 dblp:conf/cihli/WangSKTZ14 fatcat:mqommxeke5hctaw4vshmeyqu4m

Empowering Skills for an Active Ageing and Healthy Living

Alessandro Antonietti, Michela Balconi, Patrizia Catellani, Antonella Marchetti
2014 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
According to the fourth approach, aged people can be engaged in activities which enjoy them so to express themselves in personal ways and to practice a wide set of mental functions.  ...  The first approach consists in stimulating aged persons by asking them to carry out some tasks aimed at activating the brain and mental processes which are targeted by the intervention.  ...  Antonietti et al. / Empowering Skills for an Active Ageing and Healthy Living  ... 
pmid:26630522 fatcat:bl3c3y2dwjgzzocezfi355vy54

Age Integration or Age Conflict as Society Ages?

Anne Foner
2000 The gerontologist  
Address correspondence to Dr. Anne Foner, 200  ...  For descriptions of a wide range of these types of programs see Intergenerational Programs: Past, Present and Future (Newman et. al., 1997) .  ...  In fact, past history supports such an eventuality. Predictions of age-based conflict are not new.  ... 
doi:10.1093/geront/40.3.272 pmid:10853516 fatcat:tq5q5bv5wnazfgx3mphj4rawz4

Anti-Aging and Biomedicine: Critical Studies on the Pursuit of Maintaining, Revitalizing and Enhancing Aging Bodies

Antje Kampf, Lynn A. Botelho
2009 Medicine Studies  
This special issue focuses specifically on biomedicine and its relation to anti-aging cultures by contextualising this complex topic through an interdisciplinary approach that draws upon ethics, cultural  ...  those who are experiencing this "targeted" age, paying closer attention to the different stages of old age and to the gender dynamic involved, considering the social and economic differences found amongst  ...  John Vincent who as a critical gerontologist opens this special issue with a provocative review of the past and present debates that are waged between the supporters and critics of anti-aging cultures.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12376-009-0021-9 fatcat:3otxdmb4rfdfrj2rhlsabp44xa

Third age in Albania

E.Y. Haveri, F. Vela, V. Koja
2002 Gerontechnology  
An "aware" home can provide support in numerous ways including: alerting the person to an emergency or hazardous situation (e.g., the stove left on); providing information about daily activities and long-term  ...  trends, and changes therein (e.g., reduced movements); providing support for daily activities such as medication monitoring or use of medical technologies; and also supporting social communication with  ...  Against that general background, we will use in this presentation four lines of arguments and questions to highlight the potential and limits of the forthcoming technology trends for future aging populations  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.091.00 fatcat:cvkgobj52bhftpc2zq2lqq32ny

Navigating old age and the urban terrain: Geographies of ageing from Africa

Katie McQuaid, James Esson, Katherine V. Gough, Ross Wignall
2020 Progress in Human Geography  
This paper extends research on geographies of ageing in relation to urban academic and policy debates.  ...  Our analysis demonstrates how a more substantive dialogue between insights on ageing in African contexts and urban ageing policy can create new forms of knowledge that are more equitable and just, both  ...  This illustrates how bringing these approaches into conversation provides a conceptual apparatus for capturing older residents' past, present and future movements through, and engagement with, precarious  ... 
doi:10.1177/0309132520948956 fatcat:b3azu7jyivd2vpp4pehh6kglzi

Gender, Age and Subjective Well-Being: Towards Personalized Persuasive Health Interventions

Aisha Muhammad Abdullahi, Rita Orji, Abdullahi Abubakar Kawu
2019 Information  
We offer design guidelines for tailoring persuasive intervention to increase SWB based on an individual's age and gender group.  ...  Finally, we map SWB components to possible persuasive technology design strategies that can be employed to implement them in persuasive interventions design.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to thank RandaTech for their assistance with analyzing the data and the study participants. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info10100301 fatcat:c7wazs5xx5hlbiggth3b6pioz4

A Scoping Review of the Conceptual Differentiation of Technology for Healthy Aging

Hansuk Kim, Sarah Kelly, Louise Lafortune, Carol Brayne, Patricia C Heyn
2020 The gerontologist  
Background and Objectives With the emergence of healthy aging as a key societal issue in recent decades, technology has often been proposed as a solution to the challenges faced by aging societies.  ...  Results We identified 43 articles, most of which were narrative reviews (n = 31). Concepts of technology for aging were presented in diverse ways with some overlap.  ...  and healthy aging: an explora- tion of past, present, and future The Netherlands Interdisciplinary Public health perspective Cheek et al. (2005) Aging well with smart technology United States  ... 
doi:10.1093/geront/gnaa051 pmid:32725147 fatcat:vyfu2gemfzb7lbulownpcrvxxm

Children and Urban Green Infrastructure in the Digital Age: A Systematic Literature Review

Shengchen Yin, Dena Kasraian, Pieter van Wesemael
2022 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
With the advent of digital technology, a series of digital tools are gradually integrated into children's lives and act as a double-edged sword: on the one hand, an increasing number of children tend to  ...  stay at home and play digital games instead of interacting with nature; on the other hand, new digital technology is increasingly being used to engage children with outdoor activities.  ...  Acknowledgments: This research was supported by the China Scholarship Council. We would like to thank the China Scholarship Council for providing the funding for the Ph.D. study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19105906 fatcat:76xtykw56bfc3eonkqtmplan4e

Linking ages in communal settings

D. Lansdale, L. Chappelle
2002 Gerontechnology  
An "aware" home can provide support in numerous ways including: alerting the person to an emergency or hazardous situation (e.g., the stove left on); providing information about daily activities and long-term  ...  trends, and changes therein (e.g., reduced movements); providing support for daily activities such as medication monitoring or use of medical technologies; and also supporting social communication with  ...  Against that general background, we will use in this presentation four lines of arguments and questions to highlight the potential and limits of the forthcoming technology trends for future aging populations  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.140.00 fatcat:oio76wionvgbpn4dprmkzff2l4

Transcending the Age of Stupid: Learning to Imagine Ourselves Differently

Leo Elshof
2010 Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education  
We must remove the imaginative and historical veils that we have used to obscure this reality (Saul, 2008, p.35).  ...  Responses Please consider writing a response to this paper in the WePaste forum for JASTE 1.1 (www.wepaste.org). Our challenge is to learn how to recognize what we have trained ourselves not to see.  ...  The only way to approach such a period, in which uncertainty is very large and one cannot predict what the future holds, is not to predict, but to experiment and act inventively and exuberantly via diverse  ... 
doi:10.1080/14926156.2010.504483 fatcat:rq6kijmexvhubiveqzzz23do2a

The effects of age-morphing technology on older adult issue campaigns: The interplay of construal level, perceived probability, and message appeal

Ah Ram Lee, Linda Hon
2022 Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberpspace  
The findings revealed that an age-morphed image led to more concrete construal of one's future life as an older adult.  ...  An age-morphed image combined with high perceived probability led to less stereotypical thoughts about older adults and more supporting intentions to address the issue.  ...  The novelty and unique effects of age-morphing technology can cautiously be explored and used to persuade young people who need to understand how to live harmoniously with older adults in an aging society  ... 
doi:10.5817/cp2022-2-7 fatcat:kljemrbrufhnnin5mb6icgfn3m

Ageing@Work Supportive, motivating and persuasive approaches, tools & metrics V2

Patricia Abril-Jimenez, Sergio Gonzalez, Maria Fernanda Cabrera-Umpierrez, Ivana Lombroni, Ann Katrin Wisseman, Magdalena Kacperska-Vukić, Zofia Mockallo, Franco Mercalli, Sergio Copelli, Evangelia Tsagaraki, Markus Dubielzig, Ginger Claassen
2021 Zenodo  
This document is an update of the analysis and systematic review of best practices, technologies and applications presented in D2.2 of Ageing@Work.  ...  solutions aimed to improve the second version of the Ageing@Work system, and have an updated pull of information to solve the possible issues during the piloting phase.  ...  Deliverable 2.7 Supportive, motivating and persuasive approaches, tools & metrics V2 List of Figures List of Tables Introduction This document is an update of the D2.2 Supportive motivating and  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5162943 fatcat:z3v4qcvtz5h5vp6u2eak3dhnqe
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