My PhD was in Semiotic term expansion and Thematic Models for Narrative Systems and much of my research interests are connected to Narrative Systems, Digital Storytelling, and Hypertext. I also have been involved in research projects for learning repositories, and am currently working in mobile delivery of behavioural psychology interventions.
MEng Computer Science, PhD Computer Science
ACM Hypertext 2008-2012
André, Paul, Chapman, Martin, Frazer, Alex, Hargood, Charlie, Hayton, Alex, Hooper, Clare, Willingham, Gavin, Martinez, Kirk and schraefel, m.c.
Rules of Engagement: design attributes for social interactions.
At BCS HCI 2006: Engage!
BCS HCI 2006: Engage!.
Semiotic term expansion as the basis for thematic models in narrative systems.
University of Southampton, Electronics and Computer Science, Doctoral Thesis, 192pp.
Morrison, Leanne G., Geraghty, Adam W.A., Lloyd, Scott, Goodman, Natalie, Michaelides, Danius T., Hargood, Charlie, Weal, Mark and Yardley, Lucy
Comparing usage of a web and app stress management intervention: An observational study.