Published on in Vol 19, No 5 (2017): May

A Smart Toy to Enhance the Decision-Making Process at Children’s Psychomotor Delay Screenings: A Pilot Study

A Smart Toy to Enhance the Decision-Making Process at Children’s Psychomotor Delay Screenings: A Pilot Study

A Smart Toy to Enhance the Decision-Making Process at Children’s Psychomotor Delay Screenings: A Pilot Study

Journals

  1. Rivera D, García A, Ortega J, Alarcos B, van der Meulen K, Velasco J, del Barrio C. Intraindividual Variability Measurement of Fine Manual Motor Skills in Children Using an Electronic Pegboard: Cohort Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(8):e12434 View
  2. Baker J, Kohlhoff J, Onobrakpor S, Woolfenden S, Smith R, Knebel C, Eapen V. The Acceptability and Effectiveness of Web-Based Developmental Surveillance Programs: Rapid Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(4):e16085 View
  3. Sadoughi F, Behmanesh A, Sayfouri N. Internet of things in medicine: A systematic mapping study. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2020;103:103383 View
  4. Li S, Chen W, Chen Y, Chen C, Zheng Z. Makespan-minimized computation offloading for smart toys in edge-cloud computing. Electronic Commerce Research and Applications 2019;37:100884 View
  5. de Carvalho L, Fantinato M, Eler M. Security requirements identification and prioritization for smart toys. Electronic Commerce Research and Applications 2020;41:100972 View
  6. Talboom J, Huentelman M. Big data collision: the internet of things, wearable devices and genomics in the study of neurological traits and disease. Human Molecular Genetics 2018;27(R1):R35 View
  7. Vega-Barbas M, Pau I, Augusto J, Seoane F. Interaction Patterns for Smart Spaces: A Confident Interaction Design Solution for Pervasive Sensitive IoT Services. IEEE Access 2018;6:1126 View
  8. Rivera D, Garcia A, Martin-Ruiz M, Alarcos B, Velasco J, Gomez Oliva A. Secure Communications and Protected Data for a Internet of Things Smart Toy Platform. IEEE Internet of Things Journal 2019;6(2):3785 View
  9. Bang C, Nam Y, Ko E, Lee W, Kim B, Choi Y, Park Y. A Serious Game–Derived Index for Detecting Children With Heterogeneous Developmental Disabilities: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Serious Games 2019;7(4):e14924 View
  10. Behmanesh A, Sayfouri N, Sadoughi F. Technological Features of Internet of Things in Medicine: A Systematic Mapping Study. Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing 2020;2020:1 View
  11. Buttazzoni A, Veenhof M, Minaker L. Smart City and High-Tech Urban Interventions Targeting Human Health: An Equity-Focused Systematic Review. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2020;17(7):2325 View
  12. Wang X, Yin N, Zhang Z. Smart design of intelligent companion toys for preschool children. Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing 2020:1 View
  13. Brons A, de Schipper A, Mironcika S, Toussaint H, Schouten B, Bakkes S, Kröse B. Assessing Children’s Fine Motor Skills With Sensor-Augmented Toys: Machine Learning Approach. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(4):e24237 View
  14. Seiba Shonia , Suwastika N, Yasirandi R. Bag Toss Game based on Internet of Education Things (IoET) for the Development of Fine Motor Stimulation in Children 5-6 Years Old. EMITTER International Journal of Engineering Technology 2020:326 View