OCTAVIA, Johanna

Full Name
OCTAVIA, Johanna
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johanna.octavia@uhasselt.be
 
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Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)TypeCat.
12015Investigation of Fatigability during Repetitive Robot-Mediated Arm Training in People with Multiple SclerosisSEVERIJNS, Deborah ; OCTAVIA, Johanna ; Kerkhofs, Lore; CONINX, Karin ; LAMERS, Ilse ; FEYS, Peter Journal ContributionA1
22015Investigation of fatigability during repetitive robot-mediated arm training in persons with multiple sclerosisSEVERIJNS, Deborah ; OCTAVIA, Johanna ; Kerkhofs, L.; CONINX, Karin ; LAMERS, Ilse ; FEYS, Peter Journal ContributionM
32015Supporting social and adaptive interaction in collaborative rehabilitation trainingOCTAVIA, Johanna ; CONINX, Karin Proceedings PaperC1
42015Development of Activity-Related Muscle Fatigue during Robot-Mediated Upper Limb Rehabilitation Training in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis: A Pilot TrialOCTAVIA, Johanna ; FEYS, Peter ; CONINX, Karin Journal ContributionA1
52014Fatigue of shoulder muscles during repetitive robot-based training in persons with multiple sclerosisSEVERIJNS, Deborah ; OCTAVIA, Johanna ; CONINX, Karin ; Kerkhofs, Lore; FEYS, Peter Conference MaterialC2
62014Adaptive Personalized Training Games for Individual and Collaborative Rehabilitation of People with Multiple SclerosisOCTAVIA, Johanna ; CONINX, Karin Journal ContributionA1
72012Providing Context-Based Adaptation in Collaborative Virtual Environments and Video GameBEZNOSYK, Anastasiia ; OCTAVIA, Johanna ; CONINX, Karin ; QUAX, Peter ; LAMOTTE, Wim Journal ContributionA2
82012Improving Collaboration in Virtual Environments through Context-Based AdaptationBEZNOSYK, Anastasiia ; OCTAVIA, Johanna ; CONINX, Karin ; QUAX, Peter Proceedings PaperC1
92012As I am not you: accommodating user diversity through adaptive rehabilitation training for multiple sclerosis patientsOCTAVIA, Johanna ; CONINX, Karin ; FEYS, Peter Proceedings PaperC1
102012The Social Maze: A collaborative game to motivate MS patients for upper limb trainingDE WEYER, Tom ; ROBERT, Karel ; OCTAVIA, Johanna ; ALDERS, Geert ; CONINX, Karin Proceedings PaperC1
112012As I am not you: accommodating user diversity through edaptive rehabilitation training for multiple sclerosis patientsOCTAVIA, Johanna ; CONINX, Karin ; FEYS, Peter Conference MaterialC2
122011Adaptation in virtual environments: conceptual framework and user modelsOCTAVIA, Johanna ; RAYMAEKERS, Chris ; CONINX, Karin Journal ContributionA1
132011Individualized robot-assisted training for MS- and stroke patients in I-TRAVLENOTELAERS, Sofie ; DE WEYER, Tom ; OCTAVIA, Johanna ; CONINX, Karin ; BASTIAENS, Hanne ; FEYS, Peter Proceedings PaperC1
142011Squeeze Me and I’ll Change: An Exploration of Frustration-triggered Adaptation for Multimodal InteractionOCTAVIA, Johanna ; CONINX, Karin ; LUYTEN, Kris Proceedings PaperC1
152011User Modeling Approaches towards Adaptation of Users’ Roles to Improve Group Interaction in Collaborative 3D GamesOCTAVIA, Johanna ; BEZNOSYK, Anastasiia ; CONINX, Karin ; QUAX, Peter ; LUYTEN, Kris Proceedings PaperC1
162011Adaptivity in Virtual Environments: Enhancing User Interaction and Accommodating User DiversityOCTAVIA, Johanna Theses and DissertationsT1
172011Individualized robot-assisted training for MS- and stroke patients in I-TRAVLENOTELAERS, Sofie ; DE WEYER, Tom ; OCTAVIA, Johanna ; CONINX, Karin ; BASTIAENS, Hanne ; FEYS, Peter Proceedings PaperC1
182010Enhancing Group Interaction in Collaborative Virtual Environments through Context-Based AdaptationBEZNOSYK, Anastasiia ; OCTAVIA, Johanna ; RAYMAEKERS, Chris ; CONINX, Karin Proceedings PaperC2
192010Exploring Psycho-physiological Measures for the Design and Behavior of Socially-Aware Avatars in Ubicomp EnvironmentsOCTAVIA, Johanna ; VERMEULEN, Jo ; Mommen, Benji; LUYTEN, Kris ; CONINX, Karin Proceedings PaperC1
202010Enhancing User Interaction in Virtual Environments through Adaptive Personalized 3D Interaction TechniquesOCTAVIA, Johanna ; CONINX, Karin ; RAYMAEKERS, Chris Proceedings PaperC1