Stefano Federici
Stefano Federici
Professor of general psychology, University of Perugia, Italy
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World Health Organization disability assessment schedule 2.0: An international systematic review
S Federici, M Bracalenti, F Meloni, JV Luciano
Disability and Rehabilitation 39 (23), 2347–2380, 2016
Gaze and eye-tracking solutions for psychological research
ML Mele, S Federici
Cognitive Processing 13 (Suppl 1), S261-265, 2012
On the dimensionality of the System Usability Scale: a test of alternative measurement models
S Borsci, S Federici, M Lauriola
Cognitive processing 10, 193-197, 2009
Assessing User Satisfaction in the Era of User Experience: Comparison of the SUS, UMUX, and UMUX-LITE as a Function of Product Experience
S Borsci, S Federici, S Bacci, M Gnaldi, F Bartolucci
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 31 (8), 484-495, 2015
Assistive Technology Assessment Handbook
S Federici, MJ Scherer
CRC Press, 2012
The effectiveness of powered, active lower limb exoskeletons in neurorehabilitation: A systematic review
S Federici, F Meloni, M Bracalenti, ML De Filippis
NeuroRehabilitation 37 (3), 321-340, 2015
World Health Organisation disability assessment schedule II: contribution to the Italian validation
S Federici, F Meloni, A Mancini, M Lauriola, M Olivetti Belardinelli
Disability and rehabilitation 31 (7), 553-564, 2009
Usability and workload of access technology for people with severe motor impairment: a comparison of brain-computer interfacing and eye tracking
E Pasqualotto, T Matuz, S Federici, CA Ruf, M Bartl, M Olivetti Belardinelli, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 29 (10), 950-957, 2015
The abandonment of assistive technology in Italy: a survey of users of the national health service.
S Federici, F Meloni, S Borsci
European journal of physical and rehabilitation medicine 52 (4), 516-526, 2016
Toward functioning and usable brain-computer interfaces (BCIs): A literature review
E Pasqualotto, S Federici, MO Belardinelli
Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 7 (2), 89-103, 2012
Providing assistive technology in Italy: the perceived delivery process quality as affecting abandonment
S Federici, S Borsci
Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 11 (1), 22-31, 2016
Checking an integrated model of web accessibility and usability evaluation for disabled people
S Federici, A Micangeli, I Ruspantini, S Borgianni, F Corradi, ...
Disability and Rehabilitation 27 (13), 781-790, 2005
Why people use and don’t use technologies: Introduction to the special issue on assistive technologies for cognition/cognitive support technologies
MJ Scherer, S Federici
NeuroRehabilitation 37 (3), 315-319, 2015
International Literature Review on WHODAS II (World Health Organization Disability Assessment Schedule II)
S Federici, F Meloni, A Lo Presti
Life Span and Disability 12, 83-110, 2009
Validation study of the Italian Addenbrooke's cognitive examination revised in a young-old and old-old population| Macquarie University ResearchOnline
M Pigliautile, M Ricci, E Mioshi, S Ercolani, F Mangialasche, R Monastero, ...
Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders 32 (5), 301-307, 2011
An ideal model of an assistive technology assessment and delivery process
S Federici, MJ Scherer, S Borsci
Technology and Disability 26 (1), 27-38, 2014
A psychotechnological review on eye-tracking systems: Towards user experience
ML Mele, S Federici
Disability & Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 7 (4), 261-281, 2012
Non-visual exploration of geographic maps: does sonification help?
F Delogu, M Palmiero, S Federici, C Plaisant, H Zhao, O Belardinelli
Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 5 (3), 164-174, 2010
Web usability evaluation with screen reader users: Implementation of the Partial Concurrent Thinking Aloud technique
S Federici, S Borsci, G Stamerra
Cognitive Processing 11 (3), 263-272, 2010
Computer Systems Experiences of Users with and without Disabilities: An Evaluation Guide for Professionals
S Borsci, M Kurosu, S Federici, ML Mele
CRC Press, 2013
Il sistema al momento non pu˛ eseguire l'operazione. Riprova pi¨ tardi.
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