James Park, Emory University Full manuscript: www.kon.org/urc/v15/park.html Introduction: Most visible in Tourette’s syndrome (TS) is the display of sudden, brief, nonrhythmic, stereotyped movements and vocalizations known as tics. These displays are highly variable, differing not only in type—motor or phonic—but also along several dimensions of severity. Tic type is perhaps a chief distinction as the […]

Kaela Giles, Jeannette Davidson, RD, LDN*, Magdalena Sas, Ph.D.*, Bradley University Full manuscript: www.kon.org/urc/v15/giles.html Abstract: This paper examines how interactive technology has been innovating the retailing industry since the nineteenth century, while improving today through virtual reality and assisted reality. These innovations have had a tremendous impact on visual merchandising displays, both at storefronts and […]

Myaesha Ingram, Bridgett Clinton-Scott*, University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) Full manuscript: www.kon.org/urc/v15/ingram.html Abstract: This paper examines how interactive technology has been innovating the retailing industry since the nineteenth century, while improving today through virtual reality and assisted reality. These innovations have had a tremendous impact on visual merchandising displays, both at storefronts and within […]