Norene Kelly, Ph.D.

Human Computer Interaction

Norene Kelly, Ph.D.

Publications & Presentations

Kelly, N. CHI2018 Course: How Do We Measure That? Quick Scale Development. Montreal, April 26, 2018.

Kelly, N. Will They Wear It? What Makes a Wearable Acceptable. Presenting at IDTechEx in Santa Clara, CA on Nov. 15-16, 2017.

Kelly, N. (2017). All the World’s a Stage: What Makes a Wearable Socially Acceptable. Interactions, Nov.-Dec. 2017, 57-60.

Kelly, N. (2016). The WEAR Scale: Development of a measure of the social acceptability of a wearable device (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from Iowa State University Digital Repository. (15230)

Kelly, N., & Gilbert, S. (2016, May). The WEAR Scale: Developing a measure of the social acceptability of a wearable device. In CHI'16 Extended Abstracts, May 07-12, 2016, San Jose, CA, USA.

Meusel, C., Kelly, N., Gilbert, S., Dorneich, M., Gilmore, B. & Newendorp, B. Operator-centered task analysis: A hybrid methodology for human-machine interaction observation in the field. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. Vol. 59. No. 1. SAGE Publications, 2015.

Kelly, N. (2015). Interactions in Affective Computing: Sharing a Haptic Experience Increases Calmness and Closeness. In Human-Computer Interaction: Design and Evaluation (pp. 477-488). Springer International Publishing.

Heinz, M., & Kelly, N. (2015). CircleRides: Developing an older adult transportation application and evaluating feedback. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 41(5), 34-47.

Martin, P., Kelly, N., Kahana, B., Kahana, E., Willcox, B. J., Willcox, D. C., & Poon, L. W. (2015). Defining successful aging: A tangible or elusive concept? The Gerontologist, 55(1), 14-25. doi: 10.1093/geront/gnu044

Kelly, N. (2014). Designing people: Let’s think about outcomes of experience. Interactions, 21(1), 40-43.

Chang, M. J., Fang, C., Ho, K., Kelly, N., Wu, P., Ding, Y., Chu, C., Gilbert, S., Kamal, A., & Kung, S. (2013). Capturing cognitive fingerprints from keystroke dynamics for active authentication. IT Professional, 15(4), 24-28.

Kelly, N. (2012, June). Circles: Imagining an older adult transportation network. Poster presented at: Aging, Mobility, and Quality of Life, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Gilbert, S.B., Pontius, J., Kelly, N., de la Cruz, J., & Gonzolez, H. (2012). Perception of presence in a mixed reality training environment. Proceedings of the 2012 Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference, May 19-23, Orlando, FL.

Kelly, N. (2011, November). Older Adults and newer technologies: Challenges and strategies. Presented at the 64th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Boston, MA. Symposium discussant: Dr. Joseph Coughlin, MIT AgeLab.

Heinz, M., Kelly, N., Martin, P., Yang, H., Wong, J. (2011, November). Using Skype to enhance older adult social networks. Poster presented at the 64th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Boston, MA.

Kelly, N., Heinz, M., Martin, P., Yang, H., Wong, J. (2011, April). Augmenting older adults’ well-being: Three PC-based prototypes. Poster presented at:
Rural Aging Conference, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa; and Emerging Technologies Conference, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.

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