Research

Initial research publications from this work:
Howard, P., Babbage, D.R., & Leathem, J.M. (2011). Smartphone-based compensation for face naming difficulties after brain injury. Paper presentation at the 8th Conference of the Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Special Interest Group of the World Federation of NeuroRehabilitation, Rotorua, New Zealand.

Babbage, D.R. (2011). Systematic review of the use of mobile computing technology in neurorehabilitation. Plenary session at the New Zealand Rehabilitation Association conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Babbage, D.R., Leathem, J.M., & Ryu, H. (2010). Design considerations for mobile computing devices as cognitive prostheses in neurorehabilitation. Poster session presented at the Wellington Health and Biomedical Research Society 79th Scientific Meeting, Wellington, New Zealand.

Babbage, D.R. (2010). Cognition-aware universal design for mobile computing. Paper presentation at the Australian Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Association National Conference 2010, Hobart, Australia.

Babbage, D.R., Leathem, J.M., & Ryu, H. (2009). Interface design for mobile computing in neurorehabilitation. Paper presented at the m-health conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Howard, P., & Babbage, D.R. (2009). Multi-touch interface trial after traumatic brain injury. Paper presented at the m-health conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Babbage, D.R., Leathem, J.M., & Ryu, H. (2009). Design considerations for mobile computing devices as cognitive prostheses in neurorehabilitation. Poster session presented at the AFRM/NIRR/NZRA conference, incorporating the 17th Annual Scientific Meeting of the AFRM, Queenstown, New Zealand.

Howard, P., & Babbage, D.R. (2009). Cognitive and physical demands of multi-touch interfaces after traumatic brain injury. Paper presented at the AFRM/NIRR/NZRA conference, incorporating the 17th Annual Scientific Meeting of the AFRM, Queenstown, New Zealand.

Mackie, C., Leathem, J., & Babbage, D.R. (2008). The use of mobile phones to compensate for organisational and memory impairment in people with acquired brain injury. Brain Impairment, 9(2), 222.