Applied Psychology - Conference Items

Applied Psychology - Conference Items

 

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  • Marshall, Joe; Linehan, Conor; Spence, Jocelyn; Rennick Egglestone, Stefan (Association for Computing Machinery, 2017-05)
    In CHI papers, citation of previous work is typically a shallow, throwaway action that demonstrates little critical engagement with the work cited. We present a citation context analysis of over 3000 citations from 69 ...
  • Feltwell, Tom; Wood, Gavin; Linehan, Conor; Lawson, Shaun (Association for Computing Machinery, 2017-06)
    In this paper, we explore the coupling of mobile facial recognition technology with the exploitation of nonplayers as a powerful mechanic in locative augmented reality games. A prototype game is presented which asks players ...
  • Gerling, Kathrin; Wallner, Guenter; Mirza-Babaei, Pejman; Shearer, John; Linehan, Conor; Hicks, Kieran (Association for Computing Machinery, 2017)
    Player involvement in the process of game development has become a de-facto standard in both industry and academia. Participation is intended to empower players, while helping designers create better games. However, ...
  • Marshall, Joe; Linehan, Conor; Spence, Jocelyn C.; Rennick Egglestone, Stefan (Association for Computing Machinery, 2017-05)
    HCI research often demonstrates lack of respect for other disciplines, evidenced by the way work from those disciplines are cited in CHI papers. We present 4 case studies that demonstrate; 1) that HCI researchers sometimes ...
  • Link, Georg J. P.; Jeske, Debora (Association for Computing Machinery, 2017)
    Organizations increasingly engage with open source communities. Extant research identified the benefits to organizations for engaging with open source and documented how open source communities operate to accommodate ...

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