Written in English
|Statement||by Judith A. Sorg.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 53 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||53|
Sorg, J. A. (). An exploratory study of type face, type size, and color paper preferences among older adults. Unpublished MS thesis, Pennsylvania State University, University by: Most research studies focus on the effects of font size, and recommend using a or point size letter on print or screen media (Bernard et al., , Burt, ). To our knowledge, no investigation has been conducted concerning seniors’ typeface by: 7. An exploratory study of type face, type size and color paper preferences among older adults Judith A. Sorg. -- HQ S A Society and the health of older people / Edited by Irving L. Webber. Nolan, C. Y. (). Readability of large types: A study of type sizes and type styles. International Journal for the Education of the Blind, 9, (). An exploratory study of type face, type size, and color paper preferences among older adults. and Echt, K. V. (). Designing written instructions for older adults: Learning to.
While the senior population has been increasingly engaged with reading on mobile technologies, research that specifically documents the impact of technologies on reading for this age group has still been lacking. The present study investigated how different reading media (screen versus paper) might result in different reading outcomes among older adults due to both cognitive and psychological Cited by: 2. The results showed that: 1) the preferences for font size dramatically differed by each age group, 2) the average of the first graders preferable font size was twenty-two point, 3) the preferences. Githens et al.  argued on the opportunities and barriers for the olders adults in the e-learning: they descripted the changing notion of work and learning in older adulthood, the prejudices. older adults, taking into an account choice of the ico ns, fonts, and font sizes (Gargiulo et al., ).
This paper reports on a co-design study with participants investigating the interaction of existing urban spaces and infrastructure on mobility and well-being for older residents (aged CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This study examined passages containing two serif and sans serif fonts at 12 and point sizes for differences in legibility, reading time, and general preference when read by an older population. A significant main effect of size was found for font legibility in that point fonts were more legible to read than Drawing on the semantic influence of type font framework, we conducted three experimental studies involving type fonts with a wide range of design characteristics: Study 1 shows that type font. The effects of an activity-based lifestyle intervention on moderate sleep complaints among older adults: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, 19(1), Yu, D. S. F., Li, P. W. C. & Chong, S. O. (). Symptom cluster among patients with advanced heart failure: a review of its manifestations and impacts on health outcomes.