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The Role of Transfer in Designing Games and Simulations for Health: Systematic Review

The Role of Transfer in Designing Games and Simulations for Health: Systematic Review

Alsma, Jansen, Van Merrienboer, Van Saase, and Schuit [12]An experimental study on the effects of a simulation game on students’ clinical cognitive skills and motivationFirstLow fidelity, reducing cognitive load2016Kuipers, Wartena, Dijkstra, Terlouw, van T

Derek A Kuipers, Gijs Terlouw, Bard O Wartena, Job TB van 't Veer, Jelle T Prins, Jean Pierre EN Pierie

JMIR Serious Games 2017;5(4):e23

Gamification of Cognitive Assessment and Cognitive Training: A Systematic Review of Applications and Efficacy

Gamification of Cognitive Assessment and Cognitive Training: A Systematic Review of Applications and Efficacy

innovative mixed reality table-top solution to preserve cognitive functions in elderly peopleEldergamesTestingGamberini, Cardullo, Seraglia, and Bordin, 2010 [21]Neuropsychological testing through a Nintendo Wii consoleWii TestsTestingDovis, Oord, Wiers, and Prins

Jim Lumsden, Elizabeth A Edwards, Natalia S Lawrence, David Coyle, Marcus R Munafò

JMIR Serious Games 2016;4(2):e11

Monitoring Dietary Intake and Physical Activity Electronically: Feasibility, Usability, and Ecological Validity of a Mobile-Based Ecological Momentary Assessment Tool

Monitoring Dietary Intake and Physical Activity Electronically: Feasibility, Usability, and Ecological Validity of a Mobile-Based Ecological Momentary Assessment Tool

The PA questionnaires were derived from Carels et al, Cranford et al, De Vries et al, Dunton et al, Dunton et al, Grow et al, and Prins et al [21,27-32].Four different types of response categories were used: Visual Analogue Scale (VAS slider) (see Figure 3

Jorinde Eline Spook, Theo Paulussen, Gerjo Kok, Pepijn Van Empelen

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(9):e214

Relationship Between the Applied Occlusal Load and the Size of Markings Produced Due to Occlusal Contact Using Dental Articulating Paper and T-Scan: Comparative Study

Relationship Between the Applied Occlusal Load and the Size of Markings Produced Due to Occlusal Contact Using Dental Articulating Paper and T-Scan: Comparative Study

Comparisons were performed using one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA), Student t test, and Pearson correlation coefficient method.Figure 3T-Scan sensor, USB handle with attached USB cable, and T-Scan system unit.Figure 4T-Scan contact markings.Figure 5Image

Shravya Reddy, Preeti S Kumar, Vyoma V Grandhi

JMIR Biomed Eng 2018;3(1):e11347