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Jongil Lim, Jiyeon Kim, Kyoungho Seo, Richard E.A. van Emmerik and Sukho Lee

population in terms of mobile device usage. However, a number of studies consistently report that obesity is associated with increased biomechanical loads ( Browning & Kram, 2007 ), poorer motor control abilities ( Wang, Chan, Ren, & Yan, 2016 ), and impaired cognition ( Yang, Shields, Guo, & Liu, 2018 ). In

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Maggi M. Calo, Thomas Anania, Joseph D. Bello, Valerie A. Cohen, Siobhan C. Stack, Meredith D. Wells, Barbara C. Belyea, Deborah L. King and Jennifer M. Medina McKeon

provide opportunities to analyze movement using handheld mobile devices, such as tablets. A limited number of studies 25 – 27 have examined the reliability of movement analysis captured through the use of software applications designed for mobile devices. Intrarater reliability using tablets is good to

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Sarah M. Coppola, Philippe C. Dixon, Boyi Hu, Michael Y.C. Lin and Jack T. Dennerlein

as activation force and mechanism, as well as keyboard form factors. These considerations will be important as the market continues to demand thinner mobile devices. Acknowledgments This study was supported in part by National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (T42 OH008416) and a gift

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Mohammadreza Pourahmadi, Hamid Hesarikia, Ali Ghanjal and Alireza Shamsoddini

care providers the capability to assess medical references, clinical measurement apps, 3 , 4 research tools and patient information, 5 medical consultation, 6 documentation, 7 and patient education. 8 The smartphones and other mobile devices are equipped with a mass of technology including cameras

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Kaitlin M. Gallagher, Anita N. Vasavada, Leah Fischer and Ethan C. Douglas

on mobile devices’ musculoskeletal impact. The model results show that normalized musculotendon lengths increased in reclined sitting for some of the muscles originating at C7. The suboccipital muscle lengths were dependent on the Skull-C1 angle. Acknowledgments This work was supported by the

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Matthew D. Bird and Brandonn S. Harris

, Zhu, & Tedeschi, 2010 ; Reese, Conoley, & Brossart, 2002 ), mobile devices ( Bauer, Percevic, Okon, Meermann, & Kordy, 2003 ; Morris et al., 2010 ), videoconferencing ( Backhaus et al., 2012 ), and Internet-based social media ( Campos, 2006 ). By using these forms of technology, the practitioner can

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Rena F. Hale, Sandor Dorgo, Roger V. Gonzalez and Jerome Hausselle

, Sakane Y , Takebayashi Y . Multimodal knowledge for designing new sound environments . Paper presented at: The International Conference on Human Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services ; 2004 . 12. Konttinen N , Mononen K , Viitasalo J , Mets T . The effects of augmented

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Xiangyu Liu, Meiyu Zhou, Chenyun Dai, Wei Chen and Xinming Ye

.2079334 10.1109/TNSRE.2010.2079334 Lu , Z. , Chen , X. , Li , Q. , Zhang , X. , & Zhou , P. ( 2014 ). A hand gesture recognition framework and wearable gesture-based interaction prototype for mobile devices . IEEE Transactions on Human–Machine Systems, 44 ( 2 ), 293 – 299 . doi:10.1109/THMS