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How to Motivate Adults to Check for Alzheimer's Disease (AD) Using Three Types of Triggers
|Title:||How to Motivate Adults to Check for Alzheimer's Disease (AD) Using Three Types of Triggers|
Foggâ€™s Behavioral Model
|Issue Date:||04 Jan 2017|
|Abstract:||In the United States, about 1/3 of seniors die with Alzheimer's Disease (AD) or a related dementia. Age, family history, education, and lifestyle are some of the most important factors leading to AD among adults. This research paper investigates how to motivate adults who are 50 years or older to visit a/their primary physician regularly in order to discover AD in the early stage by the influence of three triggers. Fogg’s Behavioral Model (FBM) was used as the basis for this study. This research involved conducting semi-structured interviews in three case studies using three triggers: oral documentation, video, and a smartphone app. The findings showed that the smartphone app and the oral documentation triggers had a positive impact in motivating people to have the intention to carry out the target behavior. However, the video trigger had low impact in terms of motivating people. \|
|Rights:||Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International|
|Appears in Collections:||Seniors' Use of Health Information Technology Minitrack|
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