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Lenker J, Nasarwanji M, Paquet V, Feathers D. (forthcoming). A tool for rapid assessment of product usability and universal design: Development and preliminary psychometric testing. Work: a Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation .
LaPlante MP, Kaye HS. (2010). Demographics and trends in wheeled mobility equipment use and accessibility in the community. Assistive Technology 22(1):3-17.
Morris J, Mueller J, Jones M. (2010). Tomorrow's elders with disabilities: What the wireless industry needs to know. Journal of Engineering Design 21(2-3):131-146.
Koontz AM, Brindle ED, Kankipati P, Feathers D, et al. (2010). Design features that affect the maneuverability of wheelchairs and scooters. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 91:759-764.
Steinfeld E, Maisel J, Feathers D, D'Souza C. (2010). Anthropometry and standards for wheeled mobility: An international comparison. Assistive Technology 22(1):51-67.
Daamen W, de Boer E, de Kloe R. (2008). Assessing the gap between public transport vehicles and platforms as a barrier for the disabled: Use of laboratory experiments. Journal of Transportation Research Board :pp. 131-138.
Agrawal AW, Schlossberg M, Irvin K. (2008). How far, by which route and why? A spatial analysis of pedestrian preference. Journal of Urban Design 13(1):81-98.
Barlow J, Singh D, Bayer S, Curry R. (2007). A systematic review of the benefits of home telecare for frail elderly people and those with long-term conditions. J Telemed Telecare 13:172-9.
Fange A. (2007). Challenges in the development of strategies for housing adaptation evaluations. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy 14(3):140-149.
Steinfeld E. (2006). Emergency evacuation of people with disabilities. Journal of Security Education 2(1).
Kuijt-Evers LF, Twisk J, Groenesteijn L, De Looze MP, et al. (2005). Identifying predictors of comfort and discomfort in using hand tools. Ergonomics 48 (6):692-702.
Lenker JA, Scherer MJ, Fuhrer MJ, Jutai JW, et al. (2005). Psychometric and administrative properties of measures used in assistive technology device outcomes research. Assistive Technology 17:pp. 7-22.
Etchell L, Yelding D. (2004). Inclusive design: Products for all consumers. Consumer Policy Review 14 (6).
Vanderheiden GC. (2004). Using extended and enhanced usability (EEU) to provide access to mainstream electronic voting machines. Information Technology and Disabilities 10(2).
Paquet V, Feathers D. (2004). An anthropometric study of manual and powered wheelchair users. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics Special Issue on Anthropometry and Disability 33(3):191 - 204.
Feathers D, Paquet V, Drury C. (2004). Measurement consistency and three-dimensional electromechanical anthropometry. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics Special Issue on Anthropometry and Disability 33(3):181-190.
Wretstrand A, Petzall J, Stahl A. (2004). Safety as perceived by wheelchair-seated passengers in special transportation services. Accident Analysis and Prevention 36(1):3-11.
Steinfeld E. (2004). Modeling spatial interaction in anthropometric research. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 3(265-278).
Demiris G, Rantz MJ, Aud MA, Marek KD, et al. (2004). Older adults attitudes towards and perceptions of smart home technologies: A pilot study. Informatics for Health and Social Care 29(2):87-94.
Gitlin LN. (2003). Conducting research on home environments: Lessons learned and new directions. Gerontologist 43(5):628-637.
Pynoos J, Nishita CM. (2003). The cost and financing of home modifications in the United States. Journal of Disability Policy Studies 14(2):68-73.
Jackson R. (2003). The impact of the built environment on health: An emerging field. American Journal of Public Health 93(9):1382-1384.
Iwarsson S, Stahl A. (2003). Accessibility, usability and universal design - positioning and definition of concepts describing person-environment relationship. Disability and Rehabilitation 25(2):57-66.
Kockelman K, Heard L, Kweon Y-J, Rioux TW. (2002). Sidewalk cross-slope design: Analysis of accessibility for persons with disabilities. Transportation Research Record (1818):108-117.
Pynoos J, Sanford JA. (2002). New tools for better home modifications. TCM :67-70.
Gitlin LN, Schinfeld S, Winter L, Corcoran M, et al. (2002). Evaluating home environments of persons with dementia: Interrater reliability and validity of the home environmental assessment protocol (HEAP). Disability and Rehabilitation 24(1):59-71.
Ahasan R, Campbell D, Salmoni A, Lewko J. (2001). HFs/Ergonomics of assistive technology. Journal of Physiological Anthropology and Applied Human Science 20 (3):187-197.
Jackson RJ, Kochtitzky C. (2001). Creating a healthy environment: The impact of the built environment on public health. Sprawl Watch 3(41).
Iwarsson S, Jensen G, Stahl A. (2000). Travel Chain Enabler: Development of a pilot instrument for assessment of urban public bus transport accessibility. Technology and Disability 12(1):3-12.
Gyi DE, Porter JM, Case K. (2000). Design practice and designing for all. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting Proceedings 44:913-916.
(2000). Tackling transportation problems in rural America, new technologies address needs of smaller cities and towns. Nation's Cities Weekly 23(5).
Iwarsson S. (1999). The Housing Enabler: An objective tool for assessing accessibility. British Journal of Occupational Therapy 62(11):491-97.
Kockelman K, Zhao Y, Heard L, Taylor D, et al. (1999). The nature of ADA's sidewalk cross-slopes requirements: A review of the literature. Submitted to Transportation Review Board .
Gitlin LN. (1998). Testing home modification interventions: Issues of theory, measurement, design, and implementation. Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics 18:190-246.
Vanderheiden GC. (1998). Universal Design and assistive technology in communication and information technologies: Alternatives or complements? Assistive Technology 10(1):29-36.
Story MF. (1998). Maximizing usability: The principles of universal design. Assistive Technology 10:4-12.
Aminzadeh F, Edwards N. (1998). Exploring seniors' views on the use of assistive devices in fall prevention. Public Health Nursing 15(4):297-304.
Evans G, McCoy M. (1998). When buildings don't work: The role of architecture in human health. Journal of Environmental Psychology 18:85-94.
Mace R. (1998). Universal design in housing. Assistive Technology 10(1):21-28.
Ostroff E. (1997). The user as expert. Innovation Spring:33-35.
Carter SE, Campbell EM, Sanson-Fisher RW, Redman S, et al. (1997). Environmental hazards in the homes of older people. Age and Ageing 26:195-202.
Brown B, Wright H, Brown C. (1997). A post-occupancy evaluation of wayfinding in a pediatric hospital: Research, findings and implications for instruction. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 14(1):35-51.
Story MF. (1997). Is it universal? 7 defining criteria. Innovation I16(1):29-32.
Petzall J. (1996). Traversing step obstacles with manual wheelchairs. Applied Ergonomics 27(5):pp. 327-341.
Marras WS, Lavender SA, Leurgans SE, Fathallah FA, et al. (1995). Biomechanical risk factors for occupationally related low back disorders. Ergonomics 38 :377-410.
Gitlin L. (1995). Why older people accept or reject assistive technology. Generations Spring:41-46.
Steinfeld E, Shea S. (1993). Enabling Home Environments: Identifying Barriers to Independence. Technology and Disability 2(4):69-79.
Petzall J. (1993). Ambulant disabled persons using buses: Experiments with entrances and seats. Applied Ergonomics 24(5):pp. 313-26.
Blennemann F. (1991). The low floor bus concept: Advantages for the elderly and handicapped. Planning and Transport Research and Computation 9421318:pp. 29-42.
Vanderheiden GC. (1990). Thirty-something million: Should they be exceptions? Human Factors 32(4): 383-396.
Oxley PR. (1990). Bus design for elderly and disabled people. International Journal of Vehicle Design 11(4-5):pp. 469-476.
Steinfeld E, Mullick A. (1990). Universal design, the case of the hand. Innovation, the Journal of the Industrial Design Society of America Fall.
Garling T, Book A, Lindberg E. (1988). Spatial orientation and wayfinding in the designed environment: A conceptual analysis and some suggestions for postoccupancy evaluation. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 3:55-64.
Alfa AS, Heads J. (1986). Boarding and alighting times for elderly persons using special bus service. Journal of Advanced Transportation 20(1):pp. 89-95.
Brooks BM. (1979). An investigation into aspects of bus design and passenger requirements. Ergonomics 22(2):pp. 175 - 188.
Utterback JM. (1974). Innovation in industry and the diffusion of technology. Science 183.