Published on in Vol 4, No 6 (2020): June

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/16371, first published .
Feasibility of In-Home Sensor Monitoring to Detect Mild Cognitive Impairment in Aging Military Veterans: Prospective Observational Study

Feasibility of In-Home Sensor Monitoring to Detect Mild Cognitive Impairment in Aging Military Veterans: Prospective Observational Study

Feasibility of In-Home Sensor Monitoring to Detect Mild Cognitive Impairment in Aging Military Veterans: Prospective Observational Study

Journals

  1. Berridge C, Demiris G, Kaye J. Domain Experts on Dementia-Care Technologies: Mitigating Risk in Design and Implementation. Science and Engineering Ethics 2021;27(1) View
  2. Bernstein J, Dorociak K, Mattek N, Leese M, Trapp C, Beattie Z, Kaye J, Hughes A. Unobtrusive, in-home assessment of older adults’ everyday activities and health events: associations with cognitive performance over a brief observation period. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 2022;29(5):781 View
  3. Bernstein J, Dorociak K, Mattek N, Leese M, Beattie Z, Kaye J, Hughes A. Passively-Measured Routine Home Computer Activity and Application Use Can Detect Mild Cognitive Impairment and Correlate with Important Cognitive Functions in Older Adulthood. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 2021;81(3):1053 View
  4. Thomas N, Beattie Z, Riley T, Hofer S, Kaye J. Home-Based Assessment of Cognition and Health Measures: The Collaborative Aging Research Using Technology (CART) Initiative and International Collaborations. IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Magazine 2021;24(6):68 View
  5. Dorociak K, Mattek N, Lee J, Leese M, Bouranis N, Imtiaz D, Doane B, Bernstein J, Kaye J, Hughes A. The Survey for Memory, Attention, and Reaction Time (SMART): Development and Validation of a Brief Web-Based Measure of Cognition for Older Adults. Gerontology 2021;67(6):740 View
  6. Bernstein J, Noland M, Dorociak K, Leese M, Lee S, Hughes A. Executive functioning predicts discrepancies between objective and self-reported physical activity in older adults: a pilot study. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 2023;30(1):124 View
  7. Botros A, Schuetz N, Röcke C, Weibel R, Martin M, Müri R, Nef T. Eigenbehaviour as an Indicator of Cognitive Abilities. Sensors 2022;22(7):2769 View
  8. Beattie Z, Miller L, Almirola C, Au-Yeung W, Bernard H, Cosgrove K, Dodge H, Gamboa C, Golonka O, Gothard S, Harbison S, Irish S, Kornfeld J, Lee J, Marcoe J, Mattek N, Quinn C, Reynolds C, Riley T, Rodrigues N, Sharma N, Siqueland M, Thomas N, Truty T, Wall R, Wild K, Wu C, Karlawish J, Silverberg N, Barnes L, Czaja S, Silbert L, Kaye J. The Collaborative Aging Research Using Technology Initiative: An Open, Sharable, Technology-Agnostic Platform for the Research Community. Digital Biomarkers 2020;4(Suppl. 1):100 View
  9. Lawson L, Mc Ardle R, Wilson S, Beswick E, Karimi R, Slight S. Digital Endpoints for Assessing Instrumental Activities of Daily Living in Mild Cognitive Impairment: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e45658 View
  10. Grammatikopoulou M, Lazarou I, Alepopoulos V, Mpaltadoros L, Oikonomou V, Stavropoulos T, Nikolopoulos S, Kompatsiaris I, Tsolaki M. Assessing the cognitive decline of people in the spectrum of AD by monitoring their activities of daily living in an IoT-enabled smart home environment: a cross-sectional pilot study. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 2024;16 View
  11. Jutai J, Hatoum F, Bhardwaj D, Hosseini M. Implementation of digital health technologies for older adults: a scoping review. Frontiers in Aging 2024;5 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. An N, Hu E, Guo Y, Yang J, Au R, Ding H. HCI International 2022 – Late Breaking Papers: HCI for Health, Well-being, Universal Access and Healthy Aging. View
  2. Demiris G, Richmond T, Hodgson N. Personal Health Informatics. View
  3. Au R, Lin H, Kolachalama V. Alzheimer's Disease Drug Development. View