A five-layer users' need hierarchy of computer input device selection: a contextual observation survey of computer users with cervical spinal injuries (CSI).

@article{Tsai2009AFU,
  title={A five-layer users' need hierarchy of computer input device selection: a contextual observation survey of computer users with cervical spinal injuries (CSI).},
  author={Tsai-Hsuan Tsai and Robert James Nash and Kevin Chi-Yang Tseng},
  journal={Disability and rehabilitation. Assistive technology},
  year={2009},
  volume={4 3},
  pages={
          158-80
        }
}
This article presents how the researcher goes about answering the research question, 'how assistive technology impacts computer use among individuals with cervical spinal cord injury?' through an in-depth investigation into the real-life situations among computer operators with cervical spinal cord injuries (CSI). An in-depth survey was carried out to provide an insight into the function abilities and limitation, habitual practice and preference, choices and utilisation of input devices… CONTINUE READING
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