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Breaking Well-Formed Opinions and Mindsets by Designing with People Living with Dementia

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Breaking Well-Formed Opinions and Mindsets by Designing with People Living with Dementia. / Rodgers, Paul Anthony; Winton, Euan.

CWUAAT 2018 Breaking Down Barriers: Usability, Accessibility and Inclusive Design. ed. / Pat Langdon; Jonathan Lazar; Ann Heylighen; Hua Dong. Cham : Springer, 2018. p. 251-262 22.

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Rodgers, PA & Winton, E 2018, Breaking Well-Formed Opinions and Mindsets by Designing with People Living with Dementia. in P Langdon, J Lazar, A Heylighen & H Dong (eds), CWUAAT 2018 Breaking Down Barriers: Usability, Accessibility and Inclusive Design., 22, Springer, Cham, pp. 251-262. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-75028-6_22

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Rodgers, P. A., & Winton, E. (2018). Breaking Well-Formed Opinions and Mindsets by Designing with People Living with Dementia. In P. Langdon, J. Lazar, A. Heylighen, & H. Dong (Eds.), CWUAAT 2018 Breaking Down Barriers: Usability, Accessibility and Inclusive Design (pp. 251-262). [22] Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-75028-6_22

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Rodgers PA, Winton E. Breaking Well-Formed Opinions and Mindsets by Designing with People Living with Dementia. In Langdon P, Lazar J, Heylighen A, Dong H, editors, CWUAAT 2018 Breaking Down Barriers: Usability, Accessibility and Inclusive Design. Cham: Springer. 2018. p. 251-262. 22 Epub 2018 Feb 20. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-75028-6_22

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Rodgers, Paul Anthony ; Winton, Euan. / Breaking Well-Formed Opinions and Mindsets by Designing with People Living with Dementia. CWUAAT 2018 Breaking Down Barriers: Usability, Accessibility and Inclusive Design. editor / Pat Langdon ; Jonathan Lazar ; Ann Heylighen ; Hua Dong. Cham : Springer, 2018. pp. 251-262

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