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Jennifer C. Romano Bergstrom, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Research & Methodology Directorate US Census Bureau 
Area:
cognitive aging, human-computer interaction, Internet usability, survey design
Website:
http://www.romanocog.com
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Bol N, van Weert JC, Loos EF, et al. (2016) How Are Online Health Messages Processed? Using Eye Tracking to Predict Recall of Information in Younger and Older Adults. Journal of Health Communication. 1-10
Schall A, Romano Bergstrom J. (2014) The Future of Eye Tracking and User Experience Eye Tracking in User Experience Design. 351-360
Jarrett C, Romano Bergstrom J. (2014) Forms and Surveys Eye Tracking in User Experience Design. 111-137
Romano Bergstrom J, Duda S, Hawkins D, et al. (2014) Physiological Response Measurements Eye Tracking in User Experience Design. 81-108
Schall A, Romano Bergstrom J. (2014) Introduction to Eye Tracking Eye Tracking in User Experience Design. 3-26
Romano Bergstrom JC, Olmsted-Hawala EL, Bergstrom HC. (2014) Older adults fail to see the periphery in a Web site task Universal Access in the Information Society
Schall A, Romano Bergstrom J. (2014) Eye Tracking in User Experience Design Eye Tracking in User Experience Design. 1-374
Romano Bergstrom JC, Olmsted-Hawala EL, Jans ME. (2013) Age-Related Differences in Eye Tracking and Usability Performance: Website Usability for Older Adults International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction. 29: 541-548
Olmsted-Hawala E, Romano Bergstrom JC, Rogers WA. (2013) Age-related differences in search strategy and performance when using a data-rich web site Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 8010: 201-210
Mendelson J, Romano Bergstrom JC. (2013) Age differences in the knowledge and usage of QR codes Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 8010: 156-161
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