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Exploring User Expectations of Brain-Training and Coaching Technologies for Cognitive Health

Harrington, Kyle; Craven, Michael P.; Wilson, Max L.; Landowska, Aleksandra

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Abstract

User-centred evaluation of brain-training and coaching applications is discussed, with a focus on dementia. A brief outline of outcomes measures used for cognitive training is presented. The design of a set of four patient and public involvement workshops is described which are intended to examine user aspects of relevance to brain-training, including motivation, attitudes to learning, trust in technology and cultural relationships to the playing of games and their content. The groups involved researchers, facilitators, three people living with dementia and three care-givers, two of these being dyads. Data was audio recorded and field notes were taken. Initial results are given from the ongoing qualitative study.

Publication Date 2020
Publisher Springer Verlag
Pages 49-60
ISBN 9783030490645
APA6 Citation Harrington, K., Craven, M. P., Wilson, M. L., & Landowska, A. (2020). Exploring User Expectations of Brain-Training and Coaching Technologies for Cognitive Health. . Springer Verlag. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-49065-2_4
DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-49065-2_4
Additional Information First Online: 10 July 2020; Conference Acronym: HCII; Conference Name: International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction; Conference City: Copenhagen; Conference Country: Denmark; Conference Year: 2020; Conference Start Date: 19 July 2020; Conference End Date: 24 July 2020; Conference Number: 22; Conference ID: hcii2020; Conference URL: http://2020.hci.international/
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