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ChatLab Publications 2008

Farr, W. & Yuill, N. (2008). Educational benefits for Autism from a Tangible User Interface (TUI). Presented at the BPS Education  Section conference, Milton Keynes.

Farr, W. & Yuill, N. (2008). Using IT to enhance collaboration in autism. Presented at the BPS Developmental Section conference, Oxford Brookes University.

Farr, W. Raffle, H. and Yuill, N. (2008) Tangible Interface Technology to aid collaboration in Individuals with Autism. Shareable Interfaces for Learning Workshop. Sussex University Creativity Zone, 11-12 Sept. 2008.

Harris, A. & Pike, A. (2008) Implicit theories of personality: their role in sibling and parent-child relationships. Paper presented  at The British Psychological Society Developmental Section Conference,Oxford Brookes.

Harris, A. , Yuill, N. & Fleck, R. (2008). Supporting peer collaboration   in the classroom through novel technology. Presented at the BPS Developmental    Section conference, Oxford Brookes University.

Harris, A. Yuill, N & Luckin, R. (2008) The influence of context-specific  and dispositional achievement goals on children's paired collaborative interaction.The British Journal of Educational Psychology. Vol 78    (3) pp. 355-374.

Harris, A., Bonnett, V., Fleck, R., Yuill, N., Marshall, P, Rick, J. & Rogers, Y. (2008) The role of multiple versus single touch  input on children's collaborative participation. Presented at the   BPS Education Section conference, Milton Keynes.

Holt, S. & Yuill, N. (2008). Facilitating social interaction and awareness of a partner in children with Autistic Spectrum Conditions:  Effects of a dual control paradigm. Presented at the BPS Developmental Section conference, Oxford Brookes University.

Kerawalla, L., Pearce, D., Yuill, N., Luckin, R., & Harris, A.(2008) "I'm keeping those there, are you?" The role of a new user interface paradigm - Separate Control of Shared Space (SCOSS) - in the collaborative decision-making process, Computers and Education, 50(1) p193-206

Marzouq, S. & Yuill, N. (2008). The role of social context in  influencing children's learning motivation in a collaborative task. Presented at the BPS Education Section conference, Milton Keynes.

Wheeler, Z., Yuill, N. & Pike, A. (2008). Relationship quality,  adjustment and autistic characteristics in younger siblings of children  with Autism Spectrum Conditions. Presented at the BPS Developmental   Section conference, Oxford Brookes University.

Yuill, N. (2008) The role of gestures in disambiguating meaning:  relation to language comprehension skill. Presented at the BPS Developmental Section conference, Oxford Brookes University.

Yuill, N. (2008). Visiting Joke City: How can talking about jokes   foster metalinguistic awareness in poor comprehenders? In D. McNamara  (Ed.) Reading Comprehension Strategies: Theories, Interventions and  Technologies. LEA. Pp. 325-345.

Yuill, N., Kerawalla, C., Pearce, D., Luckin, A. & Harris, A. 2008). Using technology to teach flexibility through peer discussion. In K.E.Cartwright (Ed.), Flexibility in literacy processes and instructional  practice: Implications of developing representational ability for  literacy teaching and learning. Guilford