Published on in Vol 17, No 4 (2015): April

The Effect of Modality and Narration Style on Recall of Online Health Information: Results From a Web-Based Experiment

The Effect of Modality and Narration Style on Recall of Online Health Information: Results From a Web-Based Experiment

The Effect of Modality and Narration Style on Recall of Online Health Information: Results From a Web-Based Experiment

Journals

  1. Bickmore T, Utami D, Matsuyama R, Paasche-Orlow M. Improving Access to Online Health Information With Conversational Agents: A Randomized Controlled Experiment. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(1):e1 View
  2. Søgaard Neilsen A, Wilson R. Combining e-mental health intervention development with human computer interaction (HCI) design to enhance technology-facilitated recovery for people with depression and/or anxiety conditions: An integrative literature review. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 2019;28(1):22 View
  3. Danila M, Outman R, Rahn E, Mudano A, Thomas T, Redden D, Allison J, Anderson F, Anderson J, Cram P, Curtis J, Fraenkel L, Greenspan S, LaCroix A, Majumdar S, Miller M, Nieves J, Safford M, Silverman S, Siris E, Solomon D, Warriner A, Watts N, Yood R, Saag K. A multi-modal intervention for Activating Patients at Risk for Osteoporosis (APROPOS): Rationale, design, and uptake of online study intervention material. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications 2016;4:14 View
  4. Noordman J, Driesenaar J, van Bruinessen I, Portielje J, van Dulmen S. Evaluation and Implementation of ListeningTime: A Web-Based Preparatory Communication Tool for Elderly Patients With Cancer and Their Health Care Providers. JMIR Cancer 2019;5(1):e11556 View
  5. Zimmermann M, Jucks R. Investigating the Role of Communication for Information Seekers’ Trust-Related Evaluations of Health Videos on the Web: Content Analysis, Survey Data, and Experiment. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2018;7(2):e10282 View
  6. Bhattarai P, Newton-John T, Phillips J. Quality and Usability of Arthritic Pain Self-Management Apps for Older Adults: A Systematic Review. Pain Medicine 2018;19(3):471 View
  7. Brom C, Hannemann T, Stárková T, Bromová E, Děchtěrenko F. The role of cultural background in the personalization principle: Five experiments with Czech learners. Computers & Education 2017;112:37 View
  8. Nguyen M, Bol N, van Weert J, Loos E, Tytgat K, Geijsen D, Drenth E, Janse M, Smets E. Optimising eHealth tools for older patients: Collaborative redesign of a hospital website. European Journal of Cancer Care 2019;28(1):e12882 View
  9. Schweier R, Grande G, Richter C, Riedel-Heller S, Romppel M. In-depth statistical analysis of the use of a website providing patients’ narratives on lifestyle change when living with chronic back pain or coronary heart disease. Patient Education and Counseling 2018;101(7):1283 View
  10. Diviani N, Meppelink C. The impact of recommendations and warnings on the quality evaluation of health websites: An online experiment. Computers in Human Behavior 2017;71:122 View
  11. Zimmermann M, Jucks R. With a View to the Side: YouTube’s Sidebar and YouTuber’s Linguistic Style as Hints for Trust-Related Evaluations. International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 2019;35(14):1279 View
  12. Jayasinghe N, Moallem B, Kakoullis M, Ojie M, Sar-Graycar L, Wyka K, Reid M, Leonard J. Establishing the Feasibility of a Tablet-Based Consent Process with Older Adults: A Mixed-Methods Study. The Gerontologist 2019;59(1):124 View
  13. Nguyen M, van Weert J, Bol N, Loos E, Tytgat K, van de Ven A, Smets E. Tailoring the Mode of Information Presentation: Effects on Younger and Older Adults' Attention and Recall of Online Information. Human Communication Research 2017;43(1):102 View
  14. Carmel A, Cornelius-Schecter A, Frankel B, Jannat-Khah D, Sinha S, Pelzman F, Safford M. Evaluation of the Patient Activated Learning System (PALS) to improve knowledge acquisition, retention, and medication decision making among hypertensive adults: Results of a pilot randomized controlled trial. Patient Education and Counseling 2019;102(8):1467 View
  15. Altendorf M, Smit E, Azrout R, Hoving C, Weert J. A smoker’s choice? Identifying the most autonomy-supportive message frame in an online computer-tailored smoking cessation intervention. Psychology & Health 2021;36(5):549 View
  16. Occa A, Morgan S. Animations about Clinical Trial Participation for Cancer Patients and Survivors. Journal of Health Communication 2019;24(10):749 View
  17. Meppelink C, van Weert J, Brosius A, Smit E. Dutch health websites and their ability to inform people with low health literacy. Patient Education and Counseling 2017;100(11):2012 View
  18. De Looper M, Damman O, Smets E, Timmermans D, Van Weert J. Adapting Online Patient Decision Aids: Effects of Modality and Narration Style on Patients’ Satisfaction, Information Recall and Informed Decision Making. Journal of Health Communication 2020;25(9):712 View
  19. Yılmaz N, Van Weert J, Peters E, Lissenberg-Witte B, Becker A, Senan S, Dickhoff C, Timmermans D, Damman O. Testing the Effects of Modality and Narration Style on Patients’ Information Use in a Lung Cancer Treatment Decision Aid. Medical Decision Making 2020;40(8):990 View
  20. Sungur H, Yılmaz N, Chan B, van den Muijsenbergh M, van Weert J, Schouten B. Development and Evaluation of a Digital Intervention for Fulfilling the Needs of Older Migrant Patients With Cancer: User-Centered Design Approach. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(10):e21238 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Meade C, Christy S, Gwede C. Geriatric Oncology. View
  2. Meade C, Christy S, Gwede C. Geriatric Oncology. View