Wendy A. Rogers
TitleCited byYear
Factors predicting the use of technology: findings from the Center for Research and Education on Aging and Technology Enhancement (CREATE).
SJ Czaja, N Charness, AD Fisk, C Hertzog, SN Nair, WA Rogers, J Sharit
Psychology and aging 21 (2), 333, 2006
14652006
Designing for older adults: Principles and creative human factors approaches
AD Fisk, WA Rogers, N Charness, SJ Czaja, J Sharit
CRC press, 2009
1317*2009
Older adults talk technology: Technology usage and attitudes
TL Mitzner, JB Boron, CB Fausset, AE Adams, N Charness, SJ Czaja, ...
Computers in human behavior 26 (6), 1710-1721, 2010
6302010
Older adults' motivated choice for technological innovation: evidence for benefit-driven selectivity.
AS Melenhorst, WA Rogers, DG Bouwhuis
Psychology and aging 21 (1), 190, 2006
3902006
Increasing the opportunities for aging in place
ED Mynatt, I Essa, W Rogers
Proceedings on the 2000 conference on Universal Usability, 65-71, 2000
3012000
Aware technologies for aging in place: understanding user needs and attitudes
ED Mynatt, AS Melenhorst, AD Fisk, WA Rogers
IEEE Pervasive Computing 3 (2), 36-41, 2004
2812004
Functional limitations to daily living tasks in the aged: A focus group analysis
WA Rogers, B Meyer, N Walker, AD Fisk
Human factors 40 (1), 111-125, 1998
2771998
Handbook of human factors and the older adult.
AD Fisk, WA Rogers
Academic Press, 1997
2481997
Diffusion of Technology: Frequency of use for Younger and Older Adults
KE Olson, MA O’Brien, WA Rogers, N Charness
Ageing international 36 (1), 123-145, 2011
2432011
Toward an understanding of age-related memory and visual search effects.
AD Fisk, WA Rogers
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 120 (2), 131, 1991
2411991
Warning research: An integrative perspective
WA Rogers, N Lamson, GK Rousseau
Human Factors 42 (1), 102-139, 2000
2182000
The use of communication technologies by older adults: exploring the benefits from the user's perspective
AS Melenhorst, WA Rogers, EC Caylor
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 45 (3 …, 2001
2052001
Older adults, computer training, and the systems approach: A formula for success
CB Mayhorn, AJ Stronge, AC McLaughlin, WA Rogers
Educational Gerontology 30 (3), 185-203, 2004
2042004
Developing technology to support the functional independence of older adults
ED Mynatt, WA Rogers
Ageing International 27 (1), 24-41, 2001
1962001
Mechanisms underlying reduction in Stroop interference with practice for young and old adults.
CL Dulaney, WA Rogers
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 20 (2), 470, 1994
1911994
The aware home: A living laboratory for technologies for successful aging
GD Abowd, AF Bobick, IA Essa, ED Mynatt, WA Rogers
Proceedings of the AAAI-02 Workshop “Automation as Caregiver, 1-7, 2002
1902002
Toward a Framework for Levels of Robot Autonomy in Human-Robot Interaction
JM Beer, AD Fisk, WA Rogers
Journal of Human-Robot Interaction 3 (2), 74-99, 2014
1742014
An individual differences analysis of ability and strategy influences: age-related differences in associative learning.
WA Rogers, C Hertzog, AD Fisk
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 26 (2), 359, 2000
1732000
Touch a screen or turn a knob: Choosing the best device for the job
WA Rogers, AD Fisk, AC McLaughlin, R Pak
Human Factors 47 (2), 271-288, 2005
1612005
A survey of automatic teller machine usage across the adult life span
WA Rogers, EF Cabrera, N Walker, DK Gilbert, AD Fisk
Human Factors 38 (1), 156-166, 1996
1601996
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