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social (7)
use (6)
interact (5)
spectrum (5)

Stem autism$ (all stems)

22 papers:

CASECASE-2015-YussofSMSO #development #social
ASKNAO apps targeting at social skills development for children with autism (HY, MHS, MAM, SS, ARO), pp. 973–978.
CHICHI-2015-CarterH #design #research
Designing Autism Research for Maximum Impact (EJC, JH), pp. 2801–2804.
CHICHI-2015-HongGAA #crowdsourcing
In-group Questions and Out-group Answers: Crowdsourcing Daily Living Advice for Individuals with Autism (HH, EG, GDA, RIA), pp. 777–786.
Making “Safe”: Community-Centered Practices in a Virtual World Dedicated to Children with Autism (KER, CTW, LD, GRH), pp. 1788–1800.
HCIDUXU-DP-2014-YantacOC #case study #design #education #interactive
A Challenging Design Case Study for Interactive Media Design Education: Interactive Media for Individuals with Autism (AEY, SEO, AÜÇ), pp. 185–196.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2014-SilvaFG14a #artificial reality #speech
Assisting Speech Therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorders with an Augmented Reality Application (CAdS, ARF, APG), pp. 38–45.
ICPRICPR-2014-VellankiDVP #learning #parametricity
Nonparametric Discovery of Learning Patterns and Autism Subgroups from Therapeutic Data (PV, TVD, SV, DQP), pp. 1828–1833.
CHICHI-2013-HongYKAA #independence #network #social
Investigating the use of circles in social networks to support independence of individuals with autism (HH, SY, JGK, GDA, RIA), pp. 3207–3216.
CHICHI-2013-HourcadeWMHL #evaluation #interactive #social #tablet
Evaluation of tablet apps to encourage social interaction in children with autism spectrum disorders (JPH, SRW, EAM, KEH, LJL), pp. 3197–3206.
CHICHI-2013-MarcuTCGRSDK #comprehension #education #why
Why do they still use paper?: understanding data collection and use in Autism education (GM, KT, QC, JG, GR, KJS, AKD, SBK), pp. 3177–3186.
CHICHI-2013-VenkateshPDGA #named
TOBY: early intervention in autism through technology (SV, DQP, TVD, SG, BA), pp. 3187–3196.
HCIDUXU-CXC-2013-Al-ArifiAAAA #communication #towards
Towards an Arabic Language Augmentative and Alternative Communication Application for Autism (BAA, AAR, GAO, NAR, AAW), pp. 333–341.
CHICHI-2012-BentonJABG #design
Developing IDEAS: supporting children with autism within a participatory design team (LB, HJ, EA, MB, BG), pp. 2599–2608.
CHICHI-2012-EscobedoNBHRGTH #mobile #named #social
MOSOCO: a mobile assistive tool to support children with autism practicing social skills in real-life situations (LE, DHN, LAB, SHH, AR, DGR, MT, GRH), pp. 2589–2598.
CSCWCSCW-2012-HongKAA12a #design #independence #network #social
Designing a social network to support the independence of young adults with autism (HH, JGK, GDA, RIA), pp. 627–636.
CHICHI-2011-CramerHTYH #interactive #student #visual notation
Classroom-based assistive technology: collective use of interactive visual schedules by students with autism (MC, SHH, MT, MTY, GRH), pp. 1–10.
CHICHI-2011-GiustiZGW #collaboration #interface
Dimensions of collaboration on a tabletop interface for children with autism spectrum disorder (LG, MZ, EG, PL(W), pp. 3295–3304.
CHICHI-2010-HiranoYMNBH #evaluation #named #process
vSked: evaluation of a system to support classroom activities for children with autism (SHH, MTY, GM, DHN, LAB, GRH), pp. 1633–1642.
CSCWCSCW-2010-BurkeKW #communication #social
Social use of computer-mediated communication by adults on the autism spectrum (MB, RK, DW), pp. 425–434.
CHICHI-2009-NewtonKM #comparison #online #word
Autism online: a comparison of word usage in bloggers with and without autism spectrum disorders (ATN, ADIK, DNM), pp. 463–466.
HCIHCI-AUII-2009-WelchLLWSW #artificial reality #interactive #paradigm #social
An Affect-Sensitive Social Interaction Paradigm Utilizing Virtual Reality Environments for Autism Intervention (KCW, UL, CL, RW, NS, ZW), pp. 703–712.
SACSAC-2009-GonzalesLL #community #online #requirements #using
Requirements engineering using appreciative inquiry for an online community of caregivers of children with autism (CHG, GL, GDL), pp. 142–146.

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