Understanding persuasion and motivation in interactive stroke rehabilitation: A physiotherapists' perspective on patient motivation
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- Persuasive Technology - LNCS, 2015, 9072 pp. 15 - 26
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© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015. For the research reported in this paper ethnographic research methodologies were used to explore patient motivation, feedback and the use of interactive technologies in the ward. We have conducted in-depth interviews with physiotherapists, who work closely with stroke patients to help them regain movement and function. From this research, a set of design guidelines have been developed which can be applied in the design of interactive rehabilitation equipment.
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