Natalina Martiniello

Natalina Martiniello

Université de Montréal

H-index: 8

North America-Canada

About Natalina Martiniello

Natalina Martiniello, With an exceptional h-index of 8 and a recent h-index of 7 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Université de Montréal, specializes in the field of Assistive Technology, Blindness, Braille, Rehabilitation.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

A Duoethnography on Disability and Allyship Within a Vision Science Doctoral Program: Perspectives on Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility

Exploring the role of artificial intelligence and inclusive technologies during navigation-based tasks for individuals who are blind or who have low vision: Future directions …

Cognitive map formation in the blind is enhanced by three-dimensional tactile information

Changing times: Emerging technologies for students with disabilities in higher education

Building a more accessible conference for researchers with vision impairment

Exploring correlates of braille reading performance in working-age and older adults with visual impairments

Exploring the use of smartphones and tablets among people with visual impairments: Are mainstream devices replacing the use of traditional visual aids?

What couples say about living and coping with sensory loss: a qualitative analysis of open-ended survey responses

Natalina Martiniello Information

University

Université de Montréal

Position

Wittich Vision Impairment Research Lab

Citations(all)

315

Citations(since 2020)

255

Cited By

101

hIndex(all)

8

hIndex(since 2020)

7

i10Index(all)

8

i10Index(since 2020)

7

Email

University Profile Page

Université de Montréal

Natalina Martiniello Skills & Research Interests

Assistive Technology

Blindness

Braille

Rehabilitation

Top articles of Natalina Martiniello

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

A Duoethnography on Disability and Allyship Within a Vision Science Doctoral Program: Perspectives on Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility

International Journal of Qualitative Methods

Natalina Martiniello

Walter Wittich

2024/4/26

Exploring the role of artificial intelligence and inclusive technologies during navigation-based tasks for individuals who are blind or who have low vision: Future directions …

Natalina Martiniello

Maxime Bleau

Nathalie Gingras-Royer

Catherine Tardif-Bernier

Joseph Paul Nemargut

2023/12/7

Cognitive map formation in the blind is enhanced by three-dimensional tactile information

Scientific Reports

Maxime Bleau

Camille van Acker

Natalina Martiniello

Joseph Paul Nemargut

Maurice Ptito

2023/6/15

Changing times: Emerging technologies for students with disabilities in higher education

Catherine S Fichten

Natalina Martiniello

Jennison Asuncion

Tim Coughlan

Alice Havel

2023

Building a more accessible conference for researchers with vision impairment

JAMA ophthalmology

Yueh-Hsun Wu

Natalina Martiniello

Bonnielin K Swenor

2022/2/1

Exploring correlates of braille reading performance in working-age and older adults with visual impairments

Scientific Studies of Reading

Natalina Martiniello

Meaghan Barlow

Walter Wittich

2022/7/27

Exploring the use of smartphones and tablets among people with visual impairments: Are mainstream devices replacing the use of traditional visual aids?

Assistive Technology

Natalina Martiniello

Werner Eisenbarth

Christine Lehane

Aaron Johnson

Walter Wittich

2022/3/12

What couples say about living and coping with sensory loss: a qualitative analysis of open-ended survey responses

Disability and Rehabilitation

Freideriki Carmen Mamali

Christine M Lehane

Walter Wittich

Natalina Martiniello

Jesper Dammeyer

2022/6/22

Enablers and barriers encountered by working-age and older adults with vision impairment who pursue braille training

Disability and Rehabilitation

Natalina Martiniello

Leila Haririsanati

Walter Wittich

2022/6/9

The association between tactile, motor and cognitive capacities and braille reading performance: a scoping review of primary evidence to advance research on braille and aging

Disability and Rehabilitation

Natalina Martiniello

Walter Wittich

2022/6/9

Exploring the influence of reading medium on braille learning outcomes: A case series of six working-age and older adults

British Journal of Visual Impairment

Natalina Martiniello

Walter Wittich

2022/5/5

How Face Masks Affect the Use of Echolocation by Individuals With Visual Impairments During COVID-19: International Cross-sectional Online Survey

Interactive Journal of Medical Research

Chantal Kreidy

Natalina Martiniello

Joseph-Paul Nemargut

Walter Wittich

2022/10/12

Designing an Inclusive Theatre Environment: Co-creating a Relaxed Performance Within the Segal Centre for Performing Arts in Montreal

Zakia Hammouni

Tiiu Poldma

Eva Kehayia

Ingrid Verduyckt

Natalina Martiniello

...

2021

An Interdisciplinary Participatory Research for Co-Creating a Relaxed Performance in a Theater Environment in Montreal

Zakia Hammouni

Walter Wittich

Eva Kehayia

Ingrid Verduyckt

Natalina Martiniello

...

2021

Using technology to encourage the participation of persons with disabilities: exploring cultural leisure activities in a theatre environment

Zakia Hammouni

Walter Wittich

Eva Kehayia

Ingrid Verduyckt

Natalina Martiniello

...

2021

Cognitive impairment in older adults with concurrent hearing and vision impairment: A systematic scoping review protocol

Atul Jaiswal

Natalina Martiniello

Peter Holzhey

Gabrielle Aubin

Shirley Dumassais

...

2021

The influence of reading medium on braille reading speed

Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science

Natalina Martiniello

Walter Wittich

2021/6/21

Artificial intelligence for students in postsecondary education: a world of opportunity

AI Matters

Natalina Martiniello

Jennison Asuncion

Catherine Fichten

Mary Jorgensen

Alice Havel

...

2021/2/10

Factors related to braille acquisition among adult and senior learners: establishing evidence-based practice

Natalina Martiniello

2020/12/18

Factors related to braille reading acquisition among aging braille learners: exploring the use of technology to enhance training outcomes

Natalie Martiniello

2020/3/3

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Natalina Martiniello FAQs

What is Natalina Martiniello's h-index at Université de Montréal?

The h-index of Natalina Martiniello has been 7 since 2020 and 8 in total.

What are Natalina Martiniello's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

A Duoethnography on Disability and Allyship Within a Vision Science Doctoral Program: Perspectives on Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility

Exploring the role of artificial intelligence and inclusive technologies during navigation-based tasks for individuals who are blind or who have low vision: Future directions …

Cognitive map formation in the blind is enhanced by three-dimensional tactile information

Changing times: Emerging technologies for students with disabilities in higher education

Building a more accessible conference for researchers with vision impairment

Exploring correlates of braille reading performance in working-age and older adults with visual impairments

Exploring the use of smartphones and tablets among people with visual impairments: Are mainstream devices replacing the use of traditional visual aids?

What couples say about living and coping with sensory loss: a qualitative analysis of open-ended survey responses

...

are the top articles of Natalina Martiniello at Université de Montréal.

What are Natalina Martiniello's research interests?

The research interests of Natalina Martiniello are: Assistive Technology, Blindness, Braille, Rehabilitation

What is Natalina Martiniello's total number of citations?

Natalina Martiniello has 315 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Natalina Martiniello?

The co-authors of Natalina Martiniello are Bonnielin Swenor, Jesper Dammeyer, Eva Libman, Walter Wittich, Eva Kehayia, Timothy Hartshorne.

Co-Authors

H-index: 42
Bonnielin Swenor

Bonnielin Swenor

Johns Hopkins University

H-index: 34
Jesper Dammeyer

Jesper Dammeyer

Københavns Universitet

H-index: 31
Eva Libman

Eva Libman

McGill University

H-index: 30
Walter Wittich

Walter Wittich

Université de Montréal

H-index: 27
Eva Kehayia

Eva Kehayia

McGill University

H-index: 22
Timothy Hartshorne

Timothy Hartshorne

Central Michigan University

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