1. Gamification in theory and action: A survey

    International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 74:14 (2015)

    Gamification has drawn the attention of academics, practitioners and business professionals in domains as diverse as education, information studies, human–computer interaction, and health. As yet, the term remains mired in diverse meanings and contradictory uses, while the concept face...
  2. Playing vibrotactile music: A comparison between the Vibrochord and a piano keyboard

    International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 72(4):431 (2014)

    A novel vibrotactile musical input device called the Vibrochord, which is designed to deliver patterns of vibration to the skin, not to the ear, through the use of a vibrotactile display called the Emoti-Chair, is evaluated using proposed evaluation frameworks. Findings show that the m...
  3. Feeling voices.

    PLoS ONE 8(1):e53585 (2013) PMID 23341954 PMCID PMC3547010

    Two experiments investigated deaf individuals' ability to discriminate between same-sex talkers based on vibrotactile stimulation alone. Nineteen participants made same/different judgments on pairs of utterances presented to the lower back through voice coils embedded in a conforming chair. Disc...
  4. Feeling voices.

    PLoS ONE 8(1):e53585 (2013) PMID 23341954 PMCID PMC3547010

    Two experiments investigated deaf individuals' ability to discriminate between same-sex talkers based on vibrotactile stimulation alone. Nineteen participants made same/different judgments on pairs of utterances presented to the lower back through voice coils embedded in a conforming chair. Disc...
  5. Vibrotactile discrimination of musical timbre.

    Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perce... 38(4):822 (2012) PMID 22708743

    Five experiments investigated the ability to discriminate between musical timbres based on vibrotactile stimulation alone. Participants made same/different judgments on pairs of complex waveforms presented sequentially to the back through voice coils embedded in a conforming chair. Discriminatio...
  6. Vibrotactile discrimination of musical timbre.

    Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perce... 38(4):822 (2012) PMID 22708743

    Five experiments investigated the ability to discriminate between musical timbres based on vibrotactile stimulation alone. Participants made same/different judgments on pairs of complex waveforms presented sequentially to the back through voice coils embedded in a conforming chair. Discriminatio...
  7. Storytelling as a model of conversation for people with dementia and caregivers.

    American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease and Oth... 26(7):535 (2011) PMID 22155895

    Storytelling is an important method of communication at all stages of life. Sharing narratives about lived events and experiences provides topics of conversation and opportunities for connecting with other people. In this article, we apply a conventional model of storytelling to the verbal remin...
  8. Storytelling as a model of conversation for people with dementia and caregivers.

    American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease and Oth... 26(7):535 (2011) PMID 22155895

    Storytelling is an important method of communication at all stages of life. Sharing narratives about lived events and experiences provides topics of conversation and opportunities for connecting with other people. In this article, we apply a conventional model of storytelling to the verbal remin...
  9. Methods for inclusion: Employing think aloud protocols in software usability studies with individuals who are deaf

    International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 64(6):489 (2006)

    Usability is an important step in the software and product design cycle. There are a number of methodologies such as talk aloud protocol, and cognitive walkthrough that can be employed in usability evaluations. However, many of these methods are not designed to include users with disabiliti...
  10. Sign language Web pages.

    American Annals of the Deaf 151(4):423 (2006) PMID 17225637

    The WORLD WIDE WEB has changed the way people interact. It has also become an important equalizer of information access for many social sectors. However, for many people, including some sign language users, Web accessing can be difficult. For some, it not only presents another barrier to overcom...
  11. Sign language Web pages.

    American Annals of the Deaf 151(4):423 (2006) PMID 17225637

    The WORLD WIDE WEB has changed the way people interact. It has also become an important equalizer of information access for many social sectors. However, for many people, including some sign language users, Web accessing can be difficult. For some, it not only presents another barrier to overcom...