Designing Real Time Assistive Technologies: A Study of Children with ADHD

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Designing Real Time Assistive Technologies : A Study of Children with ADHD. / Sonne, Tobias; Obel, Carsten; Grønbæk, Kaj.

OzCHI '15: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Australian Special Interest Group for Computer Human Interaction . New York : Association for Computing Machinery, 2015. p. 34-38 (ACM).

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Harvard

Sonne, T, Obel, C & Grønbæk, K 2015, Designing Real Time Assistive Technologies: A Study of Children with ADHD. in OzCHI '15: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Australian Special Interest Group for Computer Human Interaction . Association for Computing Machinery, New York, ACM, pp. 34-38, ozCHI'15, Melbourne, Australia, 07/12/2015. https://doi.org/10.1145/2838739.2838815

APA

Sonne, T., Obel, C., & Grønbæk, K. (2015). Designing Real Time Assistive Technologies: A Study of Children with ADHD. In OzCHI '15: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Australian Special Interest Group for Computer Human Interaction (pp. 34-38). Association for Computing Machinery. ACM https://doi.org/10.1145/2838739.2838815

CBE

Sonne T, Obel C, Grønbæk K. 2015. Designing Real Time Assistive Technologies: A Study of Children with ADHD. In OzCHI '15: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Australian Special Interest Group for Computer Human Interaction . New York: Association for Computing Machinery. pp. 34-38. (ACM). https://doi.org/10.1145/2838739.2838815

MLA

Sonne, Tobias, Carsten Obel, and Kaj Grønbæk "Designing Real Time Assistive Technologies: A Study of Children with ADHD". OzCHI '15: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Australian Special Interest Group for Computer Human Interaction . New York: Association for Computing Machinery. (ACM). 2015, 34-38. https://doi.org/10.1145/2838739.2838815

Vancouver

Sonne T, Obel C, Grønbæk K. Designing Real Time Assistive Technologies: A Study of Children with ADHD. In OzCHI '15: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Australian Special Interest Group for Computer Human Interaction . New York: Association for Computing Machinery. 2015. p. 34-38. (ACM). https://doi.org/10.1145/2838739.2838815

Author

Sonne, Tobias ; Obel, Carsten ; Grønbæk, Kaj. / Designing Real Time Assistive Technologies : A Study of Children with ADHD. OzCHI '15: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Australian Special Interest Group for Computer Human Interaction . New York : Association for Computing Machinery, 2015. pp. 34-38 (ACM).

Bibtex

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