Issues of credibility in developing mobile solutions for autism-diagnosed teenagers

Anne Gerdes, Peter Øhrstrøm

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OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelPersuasive 2010 Proceedings of Poster Papers for the Fifth International Conference on Persuasive Technology
Redaktører Per Hasle, Harri Oinas-Kukkonen, Thomas Ploug, Teppo Räisänen
Antal sider4
ForlagOulu University Press
Publikationsdato2010
Sider37-40
ISBN (Trykt)9789514262166
StatusUdgivet - 2010
Navn University of Oulu. Department of Information Processing Science. Series A, Research Papers
ISSN0786-8413

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Gerdes, A., & Øhrstrøm, P. (2010). Issues of credibility in developing mobile solutions for autism-diagnosed teenagers. I P. Hasle, H. Oinas-Kukkonen, T. Ploug, & T. Räisänen (red.), Persuasive 2010 Proceedings of Poster Papers for the Fifth International Conference on Persuasive Technology (s. 37-40). Oulu University Press. University of Oulu. Department of Information Processing Science. Series A, Research Papers
Gerdes, Anne ; Øhrstrøm, Peter. / Issues of credibility in developing mobile solutions for autism-diagnosed teenagers. Persuasive 2010 Proceedings of Poster Papers for the Fifth International Conference on Persuasive Technology. red. / Per Hasle ; Harri Oinas-Kukkonen ; Thomas Ploug ; Teppo Räisänen . Oulu University Press, 2010. s. 37-40 ( University of Oulu. Department of Information Processing Science. Series A, Research Papers).
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Gerdes, A & Øhrstrøm, P 2010, Issues of credibility in developing mobile solutions for autism-diagnosed teenagers. i P Hasle, H Oinas-Kukkonen, T Ploug & T Räisänen (red), Persuasive 2010 Proceedings of Poster Papers for the Fifth International Conference on Persuasive Technology. Oulu University Press, University of Oulu. Department of Information Processing Science. Series A, Research Papers, s. 37-40.

Issues of credibility in developing mobile solutions for autism-diagnosed teenagers. / Gerdes, Anne; Øhrstrøm, Peter.

Persuasive 2010 Proceedings of Poster Papers for the Fifth International Conference on Persuasive Technology. red. / Per Hasle; Harri Oinas-Kukkonen; Thomas Ploug; Teppo Räisänen . Oulu University Press, 2010. s. 37-40 ( University of Oulu. Department of Information Processing Science. Series A, Research Papers).

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Gerdes A, Øhrstrøm P. Issues of credibility in developing mobile solutions for autism-diagnosed teenagers. I Hasle P, Oinas-Kukkonen H, Ploug T, Räisänen T, red., Persuasive 2010 Proceedings of Poster Papers for the Fifth International Conference on Persuasive Technology. Oulu University Press. 2010. s. 37-40. ( University of Oulu. Department of Information Processing Science. Series A, Research Papers).