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2012
Vanderheiden, G., & Jordan, J.B. (2012).  Design for people with functional limitations. (Salvendy, G., Ed.).Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics. 1409-1441.
Jordan, J.B., & Vanderheiden G. (2012).  Device for providing improved access to the functions of human machine interfaces. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
2010
Irwin, C., Duff S., Skye J., Wiegmann D., & Sesto M. (2010).  Disability and Orientation-Specific Performance during a Reciprocal Tapping Task. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 54, 581-585.
Zimmerman, G., & Vanderheiden G. (2010).  A Dream... The Universal Remote Console. ISO Focus+. 1(2), 11-13.
2000
Hoffman, M., Law C. M., Psihogios, J., Vanderheiden G., & Ziebarth, B. (2000).  Development of accessible kiosk user interface solutions for the public sector: A panel summary. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 45, 230-234.
1991
Vanderheiden, G., Boyd, W., Mendenhall, J., & Ford, K. (1991).  Development of a multisensory nonvisual interface to computers for blind users. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 35(5), 315-318.
Wiker, S., Vanderheiden G., Lee, S., & Arndt, S. (1991).  Development of tactile mice for blind access to computers: Importance of stimulation locus, object size, and vibrotactile display resolution. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 35(10), 708-712.
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