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Lecturer in Human Computer Interaction
While I’m primarily an HCI researcher, my work tends to have a strong inter-disciplinary focus. My current research has two broad themes:
- I explore interaction theories and design technologies to support mental health interventions.
- I apply theories and experimental techniques from Cognitive Neuroscience to provide a better understanding of how people experience interactions with technology.
My personal website has more details on my research and interests: www.davidcoyle.org
Doherty, D., Coyle, D., & Sharry, J. (2012) Engagement with Online Mental Health Interventions: An Exploratory Clinical Study of a Treatment for Depression. ACM CHI 2012, pp 1421-1430. (pdf) (DOI link)
Coyle, D., McGlade, N., Doherty, G. & O’Reilly, G. (2011) Exploratory Evaluations of a Computer Game Supporting Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Adolescents. ACM CHI 2011, pp2937-2946. (pdf) (DOI link)