Global priority research agenda

 

The GATE initiative of the World Health Organization aims at improving access to high-quality affordable assistive products globally. As a first step the initiative has published a brief to identify strategic research priorities for the GATE initiative. Evert-Jan Hoogerwerf, head of our Project Office, participated as a memeber of the core group that drafted the document.

You can find the document here!

New paper

Desideri, L., Tarabelloni, G., Nanni, I., Malavasi, M., Nori, R., Bonifacci, P. (2016). An eye-controlled version of the Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test 2 (KBIT-2) to assess cognitive functioning Computers in Human Behavior, 63502-508. DOI 10.1016/j.chb.2016.05.077