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Issue No.03 - July-September (2009 vol.8)
pp: 66-73
Jin-Ling Lo , National Taiwan University
Pei-yu (Peggy) Chi , MIT Media Lab
Hao-Hua Chu , National Taiwan University
Hsin-Yen Wang , National Taiwan University
Seng-Cho T. Chou , National Taiwan University
ABSTRACT
Pervasive computing technologies can help parents and occupational therapists modify behaviors in children. In occupational therapy, an effective means to motivate a change in a child's behavior is by designing playful activities that leverage the child's desire to play. By embedding digital technology into playful activity, pervasive computing technologies can make play-based occupational therapy more effective. This study proposes play-based activities targeted at eating and tooth-brushing behaviors in children.
INDEX TERMS
Occupational therapy, pervasive, computing, behavior modification, activity recognition, playful interaction, children
CITATION
Jin-Ling Lo, Pei-yu (Peggy) Chi, Hao-Hua Chu, Hsin-Yen Wang, Seng-Cho T. Chou, "Pervasive Computing in Play-Based Occupational Therapy for Children", IEEE Pervasive Computing, vol.8, no. 3, pp. 66-73, July-September 2009, doi:10.1109/MPRV.2009.52
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