Faustina Hwang
Faustina Hwang
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Cursor measures for motion-impaired computer users
S Keates, F Hwang, P Langdon, PJ Clarkson, P Robinson
Proceedings of the fifth international ACM conference on Assistive …, 2002
Mouse movements of motion-impaired users: a submovement analysis
F Hwang, S Keates, P Langdon, J Clarkson
ACM SIGACCESS Accessibility and Computing, 102-109, 2003
Neural correlates of emotional responses to music: an EEG study
I Daly, A Malik, F Hwang, E Roesch, J Weaver, A Kirke, D Williams, ...
Neuroscience letters 573, 52-57, 2014
Popular nutrition-related mobile apps: a feature assessment
RZ Franco, R Fallaize, JA Lovegrove, F Hwang
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 4 (3), e5846, 2016
Multiple haptic targets for motion-impaired computer users
F Hwang, S Keates, P Langdon, PJ Clarkson
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems …, 2003
Music-induced emotions can be predicted from a combination of brain activity and acoustic features
I Daly, D Williams, J Hallowell, F Hwang, A Kirke, A Malik, J Weaver, ...
Brain and cognition 101, 1-11, 2015
A submovement analysis of cursor trajectories
F Hwang, S Keates, P Langdon, J Clarkson
Behaviour & Information Technology 24 (3), 205-217, 2005
Affective brain–computer music interfacing
I Daly, D Williams, A Kirke, J Weaver, A Malik, F Hwang, E Miranda, ...
Journal of Neural Engineering 13 (4), 046022, 2016
Perception and haptics: towards more accessible computers for motion-impaired users
F Hwang, S Keates, P Langdon, PJ Clarkson, P Robinson
Proceedings of the 2001 workshop on Perceptive user interfaces, 1-9, 2001
The use of cursor measures for motion-impaired computer users
S Keates, F Hwang, P Langdon, PJ Clarkson, P Robinson
Universal Access in the Information Society 2 (1), 18-29, 2002
An analysis of mid-air gestures used across three platforms
AT Cabreira, F Hwang
Proceedings of the 2015 British HCI Conference, 257-258, 2015
Investigating familiar interactions to help older adults learn computer applications more easily
N Hollinworth, F Hwang
Proceedings of HCI 2011 The 25th BCS Conference on Human Computer …, 2011
Leveraging everyday technology for people living with dementia: a case study
AJ Astell, B Malone, G Williams, F Hwang, MP Ellis
Journal of Assistive Technologies, 2014
Validation of the NANA (Novel Assessment of Nutrition and Ageing) touch screen system for use at home by older adults
AJ Astell, F Hwang, LJE Brown, C Timon, LM Maclean, T Smith, T Adlam, ...
Experimental Gerontology 60, 100-107, 2014
The validation of a computer-based food record for older adults: the Novel Assessment of Nutrition and Ageing (NANA) method
CM Timon, AJ Astell, F Hwang, TD Adlam, T Smith, L Maclean, D Spurr, ...
British Journal of Nutrition 113 (4), 654-664, 2015
Changes in music tempo entrain movement related brain activity
I Daly, J Hallowell, F Hwang, A Kirke, A Malik, E Roesch, J Weaver, ...
2014 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2014
Investigating haptic assistive interfaces for motion-impaired users: Force-channels and competitive attractive-basins
P Langdon, F Hwang, S Keates, PJ Clarkson, P Robinson
Proceedings of eurohaptics 2, 122-127, 2002
Short-term and working memory treatments for improving sentence comprehension in aphasia: A review and a replication study
C Salis, F Hwang, D Howard, N Lallini
Seminars in speech and language 38 (01), 029-039, 2017
Electroencephalography reflects the activity of sub-cortical brain regions during approach-withdrawal behaviour while listening to music
I Daly, D Williams, F Hwang, A Kirke, ER Miranda, SJ Nasuto
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-22, 2019
Towards human-computer music interaction: Evaluation of an affectively-driven music generator via galvanic skin response measures
I Daly, A Malik, J Weaver, F Hwang, SJ Nasuto, D Williams, A Kirke, ...
2015 7th Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Conference (CEEC), 87-92, 2015
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