Applied Psychology - Conference Items

Applied Psychology - Conference Items

 

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  • Jamison-Powell, Sue; Briggs, Pam; Lawson, Shaun; Linehan, Conor; Windle, Karen; Gross, Harriet (Association for Computing Machinery, 2016-05-07)
    A number of digital platforms and services have recently emerged that allow users to create posthumous forms of communication, effectively arranging for the delivery of messages from 'beyond the grave'. Despite some evidence ...
  • Marshall, Joe; Linehan, Conor; Hazzard, Adrian (Association for Computing Machinery, 2016-05-07)
    Non-digital forms of play that allow players to direct brute force directly upon each other, such as martial arts, boxing and full contact team sports, are very popular. However, inter-player brutality has largely been ...
  • Gerling, Kathrin; Hicks, Kieran; Kalyn, Michael; Evans, Adam; Linehan, Conor (Association for Computing Machinery, 2016-05-07)
    Young people using powered wheelchairs have limited access to engaging leisure activities. We address this issue through a two-stage project; 1) the participatory development of a set of wheelchair-controlled, movement-based ...
  • Linehan, Conor; Kirman, Ben (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2014-04)
    This paper presents two fingers to the HCI establishment. We reject the status quo that defines what language and forms are appropriate "contributions" for this staid "community" of quasi-scientific poseurs. We argue that ...
  • Lawson, Shaun; Kirman, Ben; Linehan, Conor; Feltwell, Tom; Hopkins, Lisa (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2015-04)
    There is growing interest in technology that quantifies aspects of our lives. This paper draws on critical practice and speculative design to explore, question and problematise the ultimate consequences of such technology ...

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