Monica Tentori

I am an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science, CICESE, Mexico. My research interests are in human-computer interaction, ubiquitous computing and pervasive healthcare. Email me at mtentori[at]gmail[dot]com or call me at +52 (646) 175 0500 ext. 23417
This website was updated on July 2016
Posts tagged "user-studies"
Tlatoque

Tlatoque

private webpage:  Social networking sites (SNSs) provide users ambient awareness of the interests and activities of friends and relatives helping them sustain and strengthen social ties. Older adults who are not adopting SNSs might however feel like outsiders of their own families who increasingly rely on these services to socialize. Previous research has shown that...
MOSOCO

MOSOCO

Autism is characterized by social skills impairments. Children with autism exhibit problems when initiating and terminating interactions, learning the interests of others, and joining social groups. Direct instructions for skill acquisition are an effective way to teach them social skills, helping to cope with these social challenges.   The Social Compass curriculum is a behavioral...
BabyTranslator

BabyTranslator

 private webpage:  La llegada de un bebé a una nueva familia requiere de un proceso de adaptación en la vida de los nuevos padres. Una de las mayores dificultades de este proceso de adaptación es entender el “lenguaje” del bebé.  Dunstan propuso un método que sugiere analizar los patrones de ruidos que el bebé realiza antes...
Things that think (T3)

Things that think (T3)

 private webpage:  Cognitive therapies use traditional objects to teach children with autism age appropriate cognitive skills. During cognitive therapies children with autism often loose attention, and caregivers invest a lot of time in engaging them with the therapy providing frequent prompting while maintaining a detailed record of children’s progress, and number of given prompts. To...

Paper accepted to a workshop at PervasiveHeatlh 2012!

Cornejo, R., Hernández, D., Favela, J. and Tentori, M (2012) “Persuading older adults to socialize and exercise trough ambient games” In Workshop of Wellness and HCI, PervasiveHealth 2012, San Diego California, May 21-24, 2012

Ambient awareness to connect older adults with their families

Cornejo, R., Favela, J. y Tentori, M.  (in press) “Ambient awareness to connect older adults with their families”, JCSCW

Ambient Displays for Integrating Older Adults into Social Networking Sites

Cornejo, R.,  Favela, J. y Tentori, M. (2010) “Ambient Displays for Integrating Older Adults into Social Networking Sites”, CRIWG’10, Maastrict, The Netherlands, September 20-23, Springer-Verlag, 321-336pp

Sentient displays to connect elders with cognitive disabilities to the digital era of social interaction

Tentori, M., Cornejo, R. and Favela, J. (2010) “Sentient displays to connect elders with cognitive disabilities to the digital era of social interaction”,WISH,  CHI, 2010, 10-15 April, Atlanta, GA, USA, pp.

Assisting the study of indoor mobility: issues, methods and tools

Tentori, M., Gonzalez, V.M. y Favela, J. (2008)“Assisting the study of indoor mobility: issues, methods and tools”, In Proceedings of 9th Mexican International Conference on Computer Science (ENC 2008), IEEE Computer Society, A. Gelbukh and M. Adiba  (Eds.), Mexicali, Mexico, Octubre, 6-10, 73-80 pp. ISBN: 1550-4069

Persuasive Virtual Communities to Promote a Healthy Lifestyle among Patients with Chronic Diseases

Gasca, E., Favela, J. and Tentori, M. (2008) “Persuasive Virtual Communities to Promote a Healthy Lifestyle among Patients with Chronic Diseases”, CRIWG’08, En Groupware: Design, Implementation, and Use. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 5411. R.O. Briggs et. al. (Eds.) Springer. 73-80pp. ISBN: 978-3-540-92830-0. ISSN 0302-9743.

The evaluation grid: challenges in the evaluation of Ubihealth Technologies

Favela, J., Gonzalez, V.M. and Tentori, M. (2007)  “The evaluation grid: challenges in the evaluation of Ubihealth Technologies”, Workshop on Evaluating New Interactions in Healthcare: Challenges and Approaches, CHI ’07, Boston, USA, Abril, 4-9
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