Stefan Carmien
Stefan Carmien
Senior Researcher, University of York UK, HCI group, Computer Science dept
Verified email at york.ac.uk
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Socio-technical environments supporting people with cognitive disabilities using public transportation
S Carmien, M Dawe, G Fischer, A Gorman, A Kintsch, JF Sullivan Jr
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) 12 (2), 233-262, 2005
3072005
Design, adoption, and assessment of a socio-technical environment supporting independence for persons with cognitive disabilities
SP Carmien, G Fischer
Proceedings of the sigchi conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2008
812008
Effective game use in neurorehabilitation: user-centered perspectives
JC Perry, J Andureu, FI Cavallaro, J Veneman, S Carmien, T Keller
Handbook of research on improving learning and motivation through …, 2011
672011
The interplay of internal and external scripts
S Carmien, I Kollar, G Fischer, F Fischer
Scripting computer-supported collaborative learning, 303-326, 2007
612007
Increasing workplace independence for people with cognitive disabilities by leveraging distributed cognition among caregivers and clients
S Carmien, R DePaula, A Gorman, A Kintsch
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 13 (5), 443-470, 2004
542004
Affective brain-computer interfaces: Psychophysiological markers of emotion in healthy persons and in persons with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
F Nijboer, FO Morin, SP Carmien, RA Koene, E Leon, U Hoffmann
2009 3rd international conference on affective computing and intelligent …, 2009
422009
End user programming and context responsiveness in handheld prompting systems for persons with cognitive disabilities and caregivers
S Carmien
CHI'05 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems, 1252-1255, 2005
412005
Elders using smartphones–a set of research based heuristic guidelines for designers
S Carmien, AG Manzanares
International conference on universal access in human-computer interaction …, 2014
392014
MAPS: PDA scaffolding for independence for persons with cognitive impairments
S Carmien, G Hudak
Human-computer interaction consortium, 2002
292002
Tools for living and tools for learning
S Carmien, G Fischer
Proc. HCI Int’l Conf.(HCII), Las Vegas, CD-ROM, 2005
272005
MAPS: Dynamic scaffolding for independence for persons with cognitive impairments
S Carmien
International Conference on User Modeling, 408-410, 2003
252003
Creating distributed support systems to enhance the quality of life for people with cognitive disabilities
S Carmien, A Gorman
Proceedings of UbiHealth 2003, 2003
232003
Supporting collaboration and distributed cognition in context-aware pervasive computing environments
G Fischer, E Arias, S Carmien, H Eden, A Gorman, S Konomi, J Sullivan
Human Computer Interaction Consortium Winter Workshop, 2004
212004
Task support for people with cognitive impairments and their caregivers
S Carmien
American Journal of Occupational Therapy 14 (3), 1-4, 2004
162004
MAPS: creating socio-technical environments in support of distributed cognition for people with cognitive impairments and their caregivers
S Carmien
CHI'04 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 1051-1052, 2004
152004
Socio-technical environments supporting distributed cognition for persons with cognitive disabilities
S Carmien
Unpublished PhD Dissertation. University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO …, 2006
142006
Leveraging skills into independent living: Distributed cognition and cognitive disability
S Carmien
AV Akademikerverlag, 2012
122012
Assistive technology abandonment: research realities and potentials
H Petrie, S Carmien, A Lewis
International conference on computers helping people with special needs, 532-540, 2018
112018
Mapping images to objects by young adults with cognitive disabilities
S Carmien, E Wohldman
Research in developmental disabilities 29 (2), 149-157, 2008
112008
Socio-technical environments and assistive technology abandonment
SP Carmien
Socio-Technical Networks, 183-196, 2010
102010
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