To explore how mobile technology can be employed to enhance the lives of older adults, the Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine commissioned 6 papers, which were presented at a workshop held on December 11 and 12, 2019. These papers review research on mobile technologies and aging, and highlight promising avenues for further research.
Table of Contents
|1 Trust, Privacy and Security, and Accessibility Considerations When Conducting Mobile Technologies Research With Older Adults - Jessica Vitak and Katie Shilton||1-20|
|2 Mobile Monitoring and Intervention (MMI) Technology for Adaptive Aging - Neil Charness, Walter R. Boot, and Nicholas Gray||21-40|
|3 Mobile and Sensor Technology as a Tool for Health Measurement, Management, and Research with Aging Populations - Elizabeth Murnane and Tanzeem Choudhury||41-66|
|4 Use of Technologies for Social Connectedness and Well-Being and as a Tool for Research Data Collection in Older Adults - Karen L. Fingerman, Kira S. Birditt, and Debra J. Umberson||67-84|
|5 Using Machine Learning to Forecast and Improve Clinical Outcomes and Healthy Aging Using Sensor Data - Alvin Rajkomar||85-104|
|6 Sensors in Support of Aging-in-Place: The Good, the Bad, andthe Opportunities - Diane Cook||105-126|
|Appendix A: Workshop Agenda||127-130|
|Appendix B: Workshop Attendees||131-132|
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