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Volume 9 Issue 3 (International Journal of Child Health and Human Development) $100.00
Special issue: Using technology to enhance rehabilitation and empower people with special needs
Edited by Lena Pareto, Paul Sharkey, and Joav Merrick


pp. 265-268.
Using technology to enhance rehabilitation and empower people with special needs
Lena Pareto, Paul Sharkey, and Joav Merrick


pp. 269-280.
Speech development and therapy using the Kinect
Simon Frost and Rachel J McCrindle

pp. 281-290.
The application of enhanced virtual environments for co-located childhood movement disorder rehabilitation
Nicholas H Mumford, Jonathan Duckworth, and Peter H Wilson


pp. 291-298.
User evaluation of a virtual rehabilitation system during reaching exercises: A pilot study
Mohammad Al-Amri, Daniel Abásolo, Salim Ghoussayni, and David Ewins

pp. 299-304.
Cravings in a virtual reality room paired with chocolate predict eating disorder risk
Robert S Astur, Andrew W Carew, Alexandra Palmisano, Bonnie E Deaton, Franchesca Kuhney, Rachel Niezrecki, and Melissa Santos

pp. 305-314.
Virtual reality system for the enhancement of mobility in patients with chronic back pain
Benjamin Bolte, Marc de Lussanet, and Markus Lappe

pp. 315-322.
Virtual reality exposure for trauma and stress-related disorders for city violence crime victims
Georgina Cárdenas López, Anabel de la Rosa Gómez, Raúl Durón Figueroa, and Ximena Durán Baca

pp. 323-332.
Response latencies to postural disturbances when using a virtual reality balance trainer or wobble board in persons with low back pain
Imre Cikajlo and Slavica Bajuk

pp. 333-342.
Comparing a finger dexterity assessment in virtual, video-mediated, and unmediated reality
Jonathan Collins, Simon Hoermann, and Holger Regenbrecht

pp. 343-350.
Effect of the Oculus Rift head mounted display on postural stability
Paula Epure, Cristina Gheorghe, Thomas Nissen, Laurentiu O Toader, Alexandru N Macovei, Steven SM Nielsen, Daniel J Rosengren Christensen, Anthony L Brooks, PhD, and Eva Petersson Brooks

pp. 351-360.
Kinecting the moves: The kinematic potential of rehabilitation-specific gaming to inform treatment for hemiparesis
Stephanie MN Glegg, Chai-Ting Hung, Bulmaro A Valdés Benavides, Brandon DG Kim, and HF Machiel Van der Loos

pp. 361-370.
Web accessibility by Morse code modulated haptics for deaf-blind
Lena Norberg, Thomas Westin, Peter Mozelius, and Mats Wiklund

pp. 371-378.
Informed design for virtual environments: The impact of object shape on reaching performance
Vaughan Powell and Wendy Powell

pp. 379-388.
Usability and redesign of a university entrance test based on audio for learners who are blind
Jaime Sánchez and Matías Espinoza

pp. 389-398.
Towards a mobile exercise application to prevent falls: A participatory design process
Marlene Sandlund, Helena Lindgren, Petra Pohl, Anita Melander-Wikman, Birgitta Bergvall-Kåreborn, and Lillemor Lundin-Olsson

pp. 399-406.
Adapting a humanoid robot for use with children with profound and multiple disabilities
Penny J Standen, David J Brown, Joseph Hedgecock, Jess Roscoe, Maria J Galvez Trigo, and Elmunir Elgajiji

pp. 407-416.
Exploring arm movement pattern to discover strategy changes in a virtual catching task
Takehiko Yamaguchi, Naoki Ishiura, Paul Richard, Déborah Alexandra Foloppe, Fabienne Veaux, Mickaël Dinomais, and Sylvie Nguyen The Tich

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