Tracking Natural Human Movements Identifies Differences in Cognition and Health
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In this chapter we discuss efforts to measure natural human movement and describe a novel location aware technology to study the relationship of movement to health changes. Several syndromes whose understanding may be increased by a more thorough analysis of movement are identified. We conclude with a discussion of how location aware technologies can play a role in identifying problems and solutions in the design of living spaces for the elderly.
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Handbook of Ambient Assisted Living, v. 11, p. 331-345
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Kearns, William D. and Fozard, James L., "Tracking Natural Human Movements Identifies Differences in Cognition and Health" (2012). Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Faculty Publications. 136.