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 Tracy L Mitzner

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March 2017 HRI '17: Proceedings of the Companion of the 2017 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction
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For older adults with mobility impairment, maintaining health and wellness while aging-in-place independently is crucial. Telepresence technology, such as Kubi, can be potentially beneficial for this target population to stay socially connected [1]. However, the Kubi robot is not specifically designed for older adults with mobility impairment. For this target ...
Keywords: mobility impairment, older adults, telepresence, user testing

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March 2017 HRI '17: Proceedings of the Companion of the 2017 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction
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We explored the attitudes of older adults with mobility impairment towards using telepresence robots to understand their openness to adopting these technologies. Participants (n = 14) with self-reported mobility impairments completed questionnaires and an interview following demonstrative videos of two telepresence technologies (Kubi, Beam). In this paper, we present findings ...
Keywords: disability, mobility impairment, telepresence, televideo

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July 2016 International Journal of Computers in Clinical Practice: Volume 1 Issue 2, July 2016
Publisher: IGI Global
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Health care related technology, or E-health, has the potential to lessen the impact of the growing aging population on the health care system and support older adults' preference for aging in place. However, for technologies to be adopted by older users, research is needed to understand older adults' unique health ...
Keywords: E-Health, Subjective Methods, Technology, User Centered Design, Health Care, Aging, Aging in Place, Interviews Questionnaires, Qualitative Methods

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June 2016 Universal Access in the Information Society: Volume 15 Issue 2, June 2016
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Although computer technology may be particularly useful for older adults (e.g., for communication and information access), they have been slower adopters than their younger counterparts. Perceptions about computers, such as perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use, can pose barriers to acceptance and universal access (Davis in MIS Q 13(3):319---340, ...
Keywords: Computers usefulness, Personality, Technology acceptance, Aging, Ease of use

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August 2015 Proceedings, Part I, of the First International Conference on Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population. Design for Aging - Volume 9193
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Computer systems have the potential to assist older adults by supporting independence, enhancing social communication, and enabling healthcare activities. Yet older adults' adoption rates continue to lag behind younger and middle-aged adults. We report data from 249 older adult computer users 65---93 years of age that identify the details of ...
Keywords: Perceived ease of use, Older adults, Adoption, Perceived usefulness, Technology

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March 2014 HRI '14: Proceedings of the 2014 ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-robot interaction
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As the population ages, there is an increasing need for socio-emotional support for older adults. Therapeutic pets have been used to meet this need, but there are limitations in the practicality of placing pets in older adults' living environments. More recently therapeutic robots have been proposed as a solution. However, ...
Keywords: older adults, robot therapy, socio-emotional support

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April 2013 CHI EA '13: CHI '13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems
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Robots have potential to provide assistance to healthcare providers in daily caregiving tasks. The healthcare providers' acceptance of assistive robots will mediate the success or failure of implementation of robotic systems in care settings. It is essential to understand why and how providers would accept implementation of a robot in ...
Keywords: assistive robot, caregiving tasks, healthcare providers, technology acceptance

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March 2013 HRI '13: Proceedings of the 8th ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-robot interaction
Publisher: IEEE Press
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Successful management of medications is critical to maintaining healthy and independent living for older adults. However, medication non-adherence is a common problem with a high risk for severe consequences, which can jeopardize older adults' chances to age in place. Well-designed robots assisting with medication management tasks could support older adults' ...
Keywords: aging, assistive robots, delivering medication, home environment, medication management, older adults

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May 2012 CHI EA '12: CHI '12 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems
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The aging population is growing rapidly and technology has great potential to meet older adults' healthcare needs. However, the technologies being developed must take into account older adults' needs and related interaction issues. This workshop explores interaction issues such as accepting, integrating, efficacy, sharing, and privacy for emerging health technologies, ...
Keywords: aging, design, emerging technology, formative evaluation stage, healthcare, seniors, use cases

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March 2012 HRI '12: Proceedings of the seventh annual ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-Robot Interaction
Publisher: ACM
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Many older adults wish to remain in their own homes as they age [16]. However, challenges in performing home upkeep tasks threaten an older adult's ability to age in place. Even healthy independently living older adults experience challenges in maintaining their home [13]. Challenges with home tasks can be compensated ...
Keywords: aging, aging in place, assistive robotics, chores, design guidelines, home, home environment, mobile manipulation, needs assessment, older adults, service robots

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November 2010 Computers in Human Behavior: Volume 26 Issue 6, November, 2010
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Older adults (n=113) participated in focus groups discussing their use of and attitudes about technology in the context of their home, work, and healthcare. Participants reported using a wide variety of technology items, particularly in their homes. Positive attitudes (i.e., likes) outnumbered negative attitudes (i.e., dislikes), suggesting that older adults ...
Keywords: Older adults, Work, Healthcare, Home, Technology



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