Applied Psychology - Conference Items

Applied Psychology - Conference Items

 

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  • Szczerbinski, Marcin; Burzyńska, Monika; Kruk-Lasocka, Joanna (ATUT Oficyna Wydawnicza, 2019)
    We report the first-ever prevalence study of selective mutism in Poland. Preschool and primary school teachers were surveyed at four locations; parents were followed up if selective mutism was suspected. Our point prevalence ...
  • Ryan, Kathleen; Linehan, Conor; Dockray, Samantha (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2021-06-28)
    Online health communities provide a space where people seek out and provide support for weight loss activities, including tracking. Our study examined the experiences of members of an online community (r/loseit on Reddit.com) ...
  • Sturdee, Miriam; Lindley, Joseph; Linehan, Conor; Elsden, Chris; Kumar, Neha; Dillahunt, Tawanna; Mandryk, Regan; Vines, John (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2021-05)
    Research in computing is becoming increasingly concerned with understanding and mitigating unintended consequences of technology developments. However, those concerns are rarely reflected in how we submit, review, and ...
  • Linehan, Conor; Kirman, Ben (Association for Computing Machinery, ACM, 2019-11)
    This short paper makes an argument about our lack of comfort, as researchers, in developing a science, and a technology, for enacting control over behavior. We present a design fiction about a smart prison, in which behavior ...
  • Cibin, Roberto; Teli, Maurizio; Robinson, Sarah (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2019-06)
    In recent years, designers have pointed to the role of institutioning, the way in which design processes and institutions are mutually shaped, constrained and enabled. This paper seeks to expand this discussion to the field ...

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