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Published on 27.05.16 in Vol 4, No 1 (2016): Jan-Jun

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Works citing "A Serious Game for Clinical Assessment of Cognitive Status: Validation Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/games.5006):

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  1. Chua SIL, Tan NC, Wong WT, Allen Jr JC, Quah JHM, Malhotra R, Østbye T. Virtual Reality for Screening of Cognitive Function in Older Persons: Comparative Study (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;
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  3. Flynn RM, Colón-Acosta N, Zhou J, Bower J. A Game-Based Repeated Assessment for Cognitive Monitoring: Initial Usability and Adherence Study in a Summer Camp Setting. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 2019;49(5):2003
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  4. Lee JS, Tong T, Tierney MC, Kiss A, Chignell M. Predictive Ability of a Serious Game to Identify Emergency Patients With Unrecognized Delirium. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2019;
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  5. Koo BM, Vizer LM. Mobile Technology for Cognitive Assessment of Older Adults: A Scoping Review. Innovation in Aging 2019;3(1)
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  6. Silva Neto H, Cerejeira J, Roque L. Cognitive screening of older adults using serious games: An empirical study. Entertainment Computing 2018;28:11
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  7. van de Ven P, O’Brien H, Henriques R, Klein M, Msetfi R, Nelson J, Rocha A, Ruwaard J, O’Sullivan D, Riper H. ULTEMAT: A mobile framework for smart ecological momentary assessments and interventions. Internet Interventions 2017;9:74
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  8. Rosetti MF, Gómez-Tello MF, Victoria G, Apiquian R. A video game for the neuropsychological screening of children. Entertainment Computing 2017;20:1
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  9. Tziraki C, Berenbaum R, Gross D, Abikhzer J, Ben-David BM. Designing Serious Computer Games for People With Moderate and Advanced Dementia: Interdisciplinary Theory-Driven Pilot Study. JMIR Serious Games 2017;5(3):e16
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  10. Bottiroli S, Tassorelli C, Lamonica M, Zucchella C, Cavallini E, Bernini S, Sinforiani E, Pazzi S, Cristiani P, Vecchi T, Tost D, Sandrini G. Smart Aging Platform for Evaluating Cognitive Functions in Aging: A Comparison with the MoCA in a Normal Population. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 2017;9
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  11. Tong T, Chignell M, Tierney MC, Lee JS. Test-Retest Reliability of a Serious Game for Delirium Screening in the Emergency Department. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 2016;8
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/games.5006)

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  1. Mattar J, Goi VM. Handbook of Research on Immersive Digital Games in Educational Environments. 2019. chapter 10:260
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  2. Tang Y, Franzwa C, Bielefeldt T, Jahan K, Saeedi-Hosseiny MS, Lamb N, Sun S. Design, Motivation, and Frameworks in Game-Based Learning. 2019. chapter 3:57
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  3. Groznik V, Sadikov A. Augmented Reality Games II. 2019. Chapter 8:179
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  4. Silva Neto HC, Cerejeira J, Roque L. Entertainment Computing – ICEC 2017. 2017. Chapter 13:125
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  5. Cerrato A, Ponticorvo M. Biomedical Applications Based on Natural and Artificial Computing. 2017. Chapter 16:147
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  6. Bogacheva NV. Entertainment Computing and Serious Games. 2016. Chapter 12:284
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