Applying Aphasia-Friendly Principles to Experience Sampling Method Mobile App Development
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In this study, people with aphasia were asked to compare three apps of varied origin and rate them on aphasia-friendly principles. The purpose of each app is to allow people with aphasia to answer customized questions, which will later be reviewed with a clinician to supplement therapeutic conversations. The first app, entitled FlowAphasia, is a commission based private app that was created for research purposes by the 2nd author and app collaborator, designed to adhere to aphasia-friendly principals. The second app, entitled mEMA, is a generic Experience Sampling Method app off the Apple Store, not designed to be aphasia friendly. The last app, entitled Aphasia-Speaks, was developed for this research project by the first researcher, and is designed to adhere to aphasia-friendly principles.
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
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