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Published on 14.04.15 in Vol 2, No 1 (2015): Jan-Jun

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Works citing "Using Eye Trackers for Usability Evaluation of Health Information Technology: A Systematic Literature Review"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/humanfactors.4062):

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  1. Lohmeyer Q, Schneider A, Jordi C, Lange J, Meboldt M. Toward a new age of patient centricity? The application of eye-tracking to the development of connected self-injection systems. Expert Opinion on Drug Delivery 2019;16(2):163
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  2. Thibault M, Porteils C, Goulois S, Lévy A, Lebel D, Bussières J. The Impact of Phone Interruptions on the Quality of Simulated Medication Order Validation Using Eye Tracking. Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare 2019;14(2):90
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  3. Cho H, Powell D, Pichon A, Kuhns LM, Garofalo R, Schnall R. Eye-tracking retrospective think-aloud as a novel approach for a usability evaluation. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2019;129:366
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  4. Currie J, Bond RR, McCullagh P, Black P, Finlay DD, Gallagher S, Kearney P, Peace A, Stoyanov D, Bicknell CD, Leslie S, Gallagher AG. Wearable technology-based metrics for predicting operator performance during cardiac catheterisation. International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery 2019;14(4):645
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  5. Mazur LM, Mosaly PR, Moore C, Marks L. Association of the Usability of Electronic Health Records With Cognitive Workload and Performance Levels Among Physicians. JAMA Network Open 2019;2(4):e191709
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  6. Lv J, Xu X, Ding N. Research on the Quantitative Method of Cognitive Loading in a Virtual Reality System. Information 2019;10(5):170
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  7. Currie J, Bond RR, McCullagh P, Black P, Finlay DD, Peace A. Eye Tracking the Visual Attention of Nurses Interpreting Simulated Vital Signs Scenarios: Mining Metrics to Discriminate Between Performance Level. IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems 2018;48(2):113
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  8. Cáceres E, Carrasco M, Ríos S. Evaluation of an eye-pointer interaction device for human-computer interaction. Heliyon 2018;4(3):e00574
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  9. Jones E, Chinthammit W, Huang W, Engelke U, Lueg C. Symmetric Evaluation of Multimodal Human–Robot Interaction with Gaze and Standard Control. Symmetry 2018;10(12):680
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  10. Arthurs BJ, Mohan V, McGrath K, Scholl G, Gold JA. Impact of Passive Laboratory Alerts on Navigating Electronic Health Records in Intensive Care Simulations. SAGE Open 2018;8(2):215824401877438
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  11. Damman OC, Bogaerts NMM, van den Haak MJ, Timmermans DRM. How lay people understand and make sense of personalized disease risk information. Health Expectations 2017;20(5):973
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  12. Açık A, Barkana DE, Akgün G, Yantaç AE, Aydın . Evaluation of a surgical interface for robotic cryoablation task using an eye-tracking system. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 2016;95:39
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  13. Lippke S, Fleig L, Wiedemann AU, Schwarzer R. A Computerized Lifestyle Application to Promote Multiple Health Behaviors at the Workplace: Testing Its Behavioral and Psychological Effects. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(10):e225
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