Travis Kadylak

Travis Kadylak

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

H-index: 13

North America-United States

About Travis Kadylak

Travis Kadylak, With an exceptional h-index of 13 and a recent h-index of 13 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, specializes in the field of Human-Robot Interaction, Human Factors, Usability, Emerging Tech.

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

Understanding the needs of older adults learning to use digital home assistants: A demonstration study.

Understanding older adults’ initial perceptions of robot appearance and function: Implications for acceptance

Correlation between socio-demographic factors and adoption and use of wearable activity trackers in online American older adults

Engaging Healthcare Providers to Design a Robot for Telehealth

Are Friendly Robots Trusted More? An Analysis of Robot Sociability and Trust

Understanding the potential of digital home assistant devices for older adults through their initial perceptions and attitudes

An interdisciplinary approach: Potential for robotic support to address wayfinding barriers among persons with visual impairments

Maximizing the benefits of participatory design for human–robot interaction research with older adults

Travis Kadylak Information

University

Position

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Citations(all)

732

Citations(since 2020)

708

Cited By

209

hIndex(all)

13

hIndex(since 2020)

13

i10Index(all)

16

i10Index(since 2020)

16

Email

University Profile Page

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Travis Kadylak Skills & Research Interests

Human-Robot Interaction

Human Factors

Usability

Emerging Tech

Top articles of Travis Kadylak

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Understanding the needs of older adults learning to use digital home assistants: A demonstration study.

Gerontechnology

Kenneth A Blocker

Travis Kadylak

Wendy A Rogers

2023/8/1

Understanding older adults’ initial perceptions of robot appearance and function: Implications for acceptance

Gerontechnology

Megan A Bayles

Jennifer Lee

Travis Kadylak

Wendy A Rogers

2023/8/1

Correlation between socio-demographic factors and adoption and use of wearable activity trackers in online American older adults

Educational Gerontology

Amy M Schuster

Travis Kadylak

Shelia R Cotten

2023/1/2

Engaging Healthcare Providers to Design a Robot for Telehealth

Ergonomics in Design

Travis Kadylak

Naveen Uppalapati

Asif Huq

Girish Krishnan

Wendy A Rogers

2023

Are Friendly Robots Trusted More? An Analysis of Robot Sociability and Trust

Robotics

Travis Kadylak

Megan A Bayles

Wendy A Rogers

2023/11/29

Understanding the potential of digital home assistant devices for older adults through their initial perceptions and attitudes

Gerontechnology

Travis Kadylak

Kenneth A Blocker

Christopher E Kovac

Wendy A Rogers

2022/3/1

An interdisciplinary approach: Potential for robotic support to address wayfinding barriers among persons with visual impairments

Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting

Megan A Bayles

Travis Kadylak

Shuijing Liu

Aamir Hasan

Weihang Liang

...

2022/9

Maximizing the benefits of participatory design for human–robot interaction research with older adults

Wendy A Rogers

Travis Kadylak

Megan A Bayles

2022/5

Exploring Use of Digital Home Assistants for Older Adults: A Demonstration Project

Innovation in Aging

Travis Kadylak

Maya Malecki

Leonardo Galoso

Saahithya Gowrishankar

Amy Brown

...

2021

Technology is the New Normal for Individuals Aging-In-Place With Disabilities

Innovation in Aging

Travis Kadylak

Susy Stark

2021/12/1

Exploring Social and Assistive Domestic Robots for Older Adults: Robot Sociability, Trust, and Acceptance

Innovation in Aging

T Kadylak

M Bayles

W Rogers

2021/1/1

Well-Being Factors That Relate to Facebook-Using Older Adults’ Perceived Social Support on Facebook

Innovation in Aging

Amy Schuster

Travis Kadylak

Shelia Cotten

2021

Online social connectedness and well-being among older adults in the USA

Travis Kadylak

Shelia R Cotten

2021/11/19

A human factors analysis of the Stretch mobile manipulator robot

Travis Kadylak

Megan Bayles

Leonardo Galoso

Maxwell Chan

Harshal Mahajan

...

2021

Willingness to use automated vehicles: Results from a large and diverse sample of US older adults

Gerontology and geriatric medicine

Travis Kadylak

Shelia R Cotten

Chris Fennell

2021/6

Morphological Switching Robots to Support Independent Living for Older Adults

Naveen Kumar Uppalapati

TA Kadylak

WA Rogers

Girish Krishnan

2020

Considerations for designing domestic robots for older adults.

Gerontechnology

T Kadylak

MA Bayles

D Rhee

WA Rogers

2020/10/2

A call for computer recess: The impact of computer activities on predominantly minority students’ technology and application self-efficacy

American Behavioral Scientist

Christopher Ball

Kuo-Ting Huang

Jess Francis

Travis Kadylak

Shelia R Cotten

2020/6

An investigation of perceived family phubbing expectancy violations and well-being among US older adults

Mobile Media & Communication

Travis Kadylak

2020/5

United States older adults’ willingness to use emerging technologies

Information, Communication & Society

Travis Kadylak

Shelia R Cotten

2020/4/15

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