Published on in Vol 9, No 7 (2021): July

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/25381, first published .
Embodied Conversational Agents for Patients With Dementia: Thematic Literature Analysis

Embodied Conversational Agents for Patients With Dementia: Thematic Literature Analysis

Embodied Conversational Agents for Patients With Dementia: Thematic Literature Analysis

Journals

  1. Smrke U, Plohl N, Mlakar I. Aging Adults’ Motivation to Use Embodied Conversational Agents in Instrumental Activities of Daily Living: Results of Latent Profile Analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(4):2373 View
  2. Seah C, Zhang Z, Sun S, Wiskerke E, Daniels S, Porat T, Calvo R. Designing Mindfulness Conversational Agents for People With Early-Stage Dementia and Their Caregivers: Thematic Analysis of Expert and User Perspectives. JMIR Aging 2022;5(4):e40360 View
  3. Loveys K, Hiko C, Sagar M, Zhang X, Broadbent E. “I felt her company”: A qualitative study on factors affecting closeness and emotional support seeking with an embodied conversational agent. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 2022;160:102771 View
  4. Stara V, Vera B, Bolliger D, Paolini S, de Jong M, Felici E, Koenderink S, Rossi L, Von Doellen V, di Rosa M. Toward the Integration of Technology-Based Interventions in the Care Pathway for People with Dementia: A Cross-National Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(19):10405 View
  5. Hocking J, Oster C, Maeder A, Lange B. Design, development, and use of conversational agents in rehabilitation for adults with brain-related neurological conditions: a scoping review. JBI Evidence Synthesis 2023;21(2):326 View
  6. Goodridge D, Reis N, Neiser J, Haubrich T, Westberg B, Erickson-Lumb L, Storozinski J, Gonzales C, Michael J, Cammer A, Osgood N. An App-Based Mindfulness-Based Self-compassion Program to Support Caregivers of People With Dementia: Participatory Feasibility Study. JMIR Aging 2021;4(4):e28652 View
  7. Moret-Tatay C, Iborra-Marmolejo I, Jorques-Infante M, Esteve-Rodrigo J, Schwanke C, Irigaray T. Can Virtual Assistants Perform Cognitive Assessment in Older Adults? A Review. Medicina 2021;57(12):1310 View
  8. Nißen M, Rüegger D, Stieger M, Flückiger C, Allemand M, v Wangenheim F, Kowatsch T. The Effects of Health Care Chatbot Personas With Different Social Roles on the Client-Chatbot Bond and Usage Intentions: Development of a Design Codebook and Web-Based Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(4):e32630 View
  9. Choukou M, Olatoye F, Urbanowski R, Caon M, Monnin C. Digital Health Technology to Support Health Care Professionals and Family Caregivers Caring for Patients With Cognitive Impairment: Scoping Review. JMIR Mental Health 2023;10:e40330 View
  10. Zubatiy T, Mathur N, Heck L, Vickers K, Rozga A, Mynatt E. "I don't know how to help with that" - Learning from Limitations of Modern Conversational Agent Systems in Caregiving Networks. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 2023;7(CSCW2):1 View
  11. Lifset E, Charles K, Farcas E, Weibel N, Hogarth M, Chen C, Johnson J, Draper M, Nguyen A, Moore A. Ascertaining Whether an Intelligent Voice Assistant Can Meet Older Adults’ Health-Related Needs in the Context of a Geriatrics 5Ms Framework. Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine 2023;9 View
  12. Kiuchi K, Otsu K, Hayashi Y. Psychological insights into the research and practice of embodied conversational agents, chatbots and social assistive robots: a systematic meta-review. Behaviour & Information Technology 2023:1 View
  13. Hocking J, Maeder A, Powers D, Perimal-Lewis L, Dodd B, Lange B. Mixed methods, single case design, feasibility trial of a motivational conversational agent for rehabilitation for adults with traumatic brain injury. Clinical Rehabilitation 2024;38(3):322 View
  14. Laymouna M, Ma Y, Lessard D, Schuster T, Engler K, Lebouché B. Roles, Users, Benefits and Limitations of Chatbots in Healthcare: A Rapid Review (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2024 View