Litteraturliste - IKT og kognitiv funktionsevnenedsættelse

Her får du en oversigt over de anvendte studier i arbejdet med IKT og borgere med kognitiv funktionsevnenedsættelse.

Bouck EC, Savage M, Meyer NK, Taber-Doughty T, Hunley M. High-Tech or Low-Tech? Comparing Self-Monitoring Systems to Increase Task Independence for Students With Autism. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities 2014;29(3):156-167.

Charters E, Gillett L, Simpson GK. Efficacy of electronic portable assistive devices for people with acquired brain injury: a systematic review. Neuropsychological rehabilitation 2015;25(1):82-121.

Cruz G, Petrie S, Goudie N, Kersel D, Evans J. Text messages reduce memory failures in adults with brain injury: A single-case experimental design. British Journal of Occupational Therapy 2016;79(10):598-606.

Cullen JM, Alber-Morgan S, Simmons-Reed E, Izzo MV. Effects of self-directed video prompting using iPads on the vocational task completion of young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. J Vocat Rehabil 2017;46(3):361-375.

Cullen JM, Simmons-Reed EA, Weaver L. Using 21st century video prompting technology to facilitate the independence of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Psychology in the Schools 2017;54(9):965-978.

De Joode EA, Van Heugten CM, Verhey FRJ, Van Boxtel MPJ. Effectiveness of an electronic cognitive aid in patients with acquired brain injury: A multicentre randomised parallel-group study. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 2013;23(1):133-156.

De Joode E, van Heugten C, Verhey F, van Boxtel M. Efficacy and usability of assistive technology for patients with cognitive deficits: a systematic review. Clin.Rehabil. 2010;24(8):701-714.

Evald L. Prospective memory rehabilitation using smartphones in patients with TBI: What do participants report? Neuropsychological rehabilitation 2015;25(2):283-297.

Evald L. Prospective memory rehabilitation using smartphones in patients with TBI. Disabil.Rehabil. 2017:1-10.

Ferguson S, Friedland D, Woodberry E. Smartphone technology: Gentle reminders of everyday tasks for those with prospective memory difficulties post-brain injury. Brain injury 2015;29(5):583-591.

Gentry T. PDAs as cognitive aids for people with multiple sclerosis. Am.J.Occup.Ther. 2008 Jan;62(1):18-27.

Gentry T, Wallace J, Kvarfordt C, Lynch KB. Personal digital assistants as cognitive aids for high school students with autism: results of a community-based trial. J VOCAT REHABIL 2010 04;32(2):101-107.

Gentry T, Wallace J, Kvarfordt C, Lynch KB. Personal digital assistants as cognitive aids for individuals with severe traumatic brain injury: A community-based trial. Brain Inj. 2008 01;22(1):19-24.

Gentry T, Kriner R, Sima A, McDonough J, Wehman P. Reducing the need for personal supports among workers with autism using an iPod Touch as an assistive technology: delayed randomized control trial. J Autism Dev Disord. 2015 Mar;45(3):669-84.

Gentry T, Lau S, Molinelli A, Fallen A, Kriner R. The Apple iPod Touch as a vocational support aid for adults with autism: Three case studies. J VOCAT REHABIL 2012 10;37(2):75-85.

Hong ER, Gong L, Ninci J, Morin K, Davis JL, Kawaminami S, et al. A meta-analysis of single-case research on the use of tablet-mediated interventions for persons with ASD. Res.Dev.Disabil. 2017;70:198-214.

Jamieson M, Cullen B, McGee-Lennon M, Brewster S, Evans JJ. The efficacy of cognitive prosthetic technology for people with memory impairments: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Neuropsychological rehabilitation 2014;24(3-4):419-444.

Janeslatt G, Kottorp A, Granlund M. Evaluating intervention using time aids in children with disabilities. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy 2014;21(3):181-190.

Lancioni GE, Singh NN, O'Reilly MF, Sigafoos J, Boccasini A, Alberti G, et al. People with Multiple Disabilities Use Basic Reminding Technology to Engage in Daily Activities at the Appropriate Times. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities 2014;26(3):347-355.

Lannin LA, Carr B, Tate R. A randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of handheld computers for improving everyday memory functioning in patients with memory impairments after acquired brain injury. Clinical Rehabilitation 2014;28(5):470–481.

Lindstedt H, Umb-Carlsson O. Cognitive assistive technology and professional support in everyday life for adults with ADHD. Disability and rehabilitation. Assistive technology 2013;8(5):402-408.

McDonald A, Haslam C, Yates P, Gurr B, Leeder G, Sayers A. Google Calendar: A new memory aid to compensate for prospective memory deficits following acquired brain injury, Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 2011;21(6):784-807.

Mechling LC, Gast DL, Seid NH. Using a Personal Digital Assistant to Increase Independent Task Completion by Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. J Autism Dev Disord. June 2009. DOI: 10.1007/s10803-009-0761-0.

O'Neill B, Moran K, Gillespie A. Scaffolding rehabilitation behaviour using a voice-mediated assistive technology for cognition. Neuropsychological rehabilitation 2010;20(4):509-527. Conference abstract.

Savage MN, Taber-Doughty T. Self-operated auditory prompting systems for individuals with intellectual disability: A meta-analysis of single-subject research. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability 2017;42(3):249-258.

Wennberg B, Janeslatt G, Kjellberg A, Gustafsson PA. Effectiveness of time-related interventions in children with ADHD aged 9-15 years: a randomized controlled study. Eur.Child Adolesc.Psychiatry 2018;27(3):329-342.

Sidst opdateret 19/11 2018