Peter Y. Chen

Michael Ioerger2
Rocco G. Tomazic2
Kimberly L. Henry2
2Michael Ioerger
2Rocco G. Tomazic
2Kimberly L. Henry
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This article presents a case study describing practical and scientific strategies that were applied to assess human–computer interaction, with the foci on software content development (i.e., content validation and interface comparisons), evaluation (i.e., different types of criteria, effect sizes, effect ratios, targeted goals met), and user acceptability.(More)
Gender-variant-based victimization is victimization based on the way others perceive an individual to convey masculine, feminine, and androgynous characteristics through their appearance, mannerisms, and behaviors. Previous work identifies gender-variant-based victimization as a risk factor for health-risking outcomes among same-sex attracted youths. The(More)
There are errors in Table 6, " Results of logistic regression models to test hypothesis 2 and 3. " Please see the corrected Table 6 here. In addition, the authors have provided an updated S1 File, as the original file includes data for variables unrelated to this article. Please view the corrected file below. S1 File. This is the Dataset File. This file(More)
BACKGROUND Current smokers exhibit a higher rate of betel-quid chewing than non-smokers. However, little is known regarding the extent to which betel-quid chewing may affect attempts to quit smoking and smoking cessation. The aim of the present study is to examine the association between betel-quid chewing and patterns of quitting smoking. Specifically, we(More)
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