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Blander E*, Saewyc E. (2015). Adolescent reactions to icon-driven response modes in a tablet-based health screening tool. Computing, Informatics, & Nursing. 33(5): 181-8.

Increasingly popular touch-screen electronic tablets offer clinics a new medium for collecting adolescent health screening data in the waiting area before visits, but there has been limited evaluation of interactive response modes. This study investigated the clarity, comprehensibility, and utility of icon-driven and gestural response functions employed in one such screening tool, TickiT. We conducted […]

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