Publications

2019

Feltwell, T., Wood, G, Rowland, S, Long, K, Elsden, C, Brooker, P, Vines, J, Briggs, P, Barnett, J, Lawson, S. (in press).  Designing Second-Screening Experiences for Social Co-Selection and Critical Co-Viewing of Reality TV. In Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM.

Neave, N., Briggs, P., McKellar, K. and Sillence, E. (2019).  Digital hoarding behaviours: Measurement and evaluation. Computers in Human Behavior.  Accepted online 18 February 2019.

Nicholson, J, Coventry, L, Briggs, P (in press). “If It’s Important It Will Be A Headline”: Cybersecurity Information Seeking in Older Adults. In Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM.

Rainey, J, Montague, K, Briggs, P, Anderson, R, Nappey, T, Olivier, P. (in press). Gabber: Supporting Voice in Participatory Qualitative Practices. In Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM.

van Bavel, R., Rodríguez-Priego, N., Vila, J., & Briggs, P. (2019). Using protection motivation theory in the design of nudges to improve online security behavior. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 123, 29-39.

2018

Branley, D. B. & Covey, J. (2018). Risky Behavior via Social Media: The Role of Reasoned and Social Reactive Pathways. Computers in Human Behaviour, 78, pp. 183-191.

Bussey, L. & Sillence, E. (2018). Dr. Google may see you now, but are you satisfied with your health decision? Digital Health and Wellbeing Conference.

Coventry, L. & Branley, D. (2018). Cybersecurity in healthcare: A narrative review of trends, threats and ways forward. Maturitas, 113, pp. 48-52.

Encinas, E., Blythe, M., Lawson, S., Vines, J., Wallace, J., & Briggs, P.  (2018).  Making problems in design research: The case of teen shoplifters on Tumblr. In Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM.

McKellar, K., Sillence, E. & Smith, M. (in press). “I need more sexual health lessons in school”: Using a diary approach to ascertain female teenagers’ experiences of sexual health and sexual health intervention programs. Journal of Adolescence.

Nicholson, J., Coventry, L., & Briggs, P. (2018, August). Introducing the cybersurvival task: assessing and addressing staff beliefs about effective cyber protection. In Fourteenth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2018) (pp. 443-457). USENIX.

Nicholson, J., Vlachokyriakos, V., Coventry, L., Briggs, P., & Olivier, P. (2018). Simple Nudges for Better Password Creation. In Proceedings for HCI 2018.

McNeill, A., & Sillence, E. (2018). Motivations and stake management in producing YouTube’bro-science’videos for baldness treatment. International Journal of Web Based Communities, 14(2), 97-113.

Sweeten, G., Sillence, E., Neave, N. (2018) Digital hoarding behaviours: underlying motivations and potential negative consequences. Computers and Human Behavior, 85, 54-60.

Thomas, L., Briggs, P., Kerrigan, F., Hart, A.  (2018).  Exploring Digital Remediation in Support of Personal Reflection.  International Journal of Human Computer Studies, 110, 53-62.

Thomas, L., Farrow, E., Aylett, M. & Briggs, P (2018). A Life Story in Three Parts: The Use of Triptychs to Make Sense of Personal Digital Data. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing.

Sillence, E., Briggs, P., & Harris, P. R. (2018). Revisiting the Issue of Trust in E-Health. In Web-Based Behavioral Therapies for Mental Disorders (pp. 241-259). IGI Global.

van Bavel, R., Rodríguez-Priego, N., Vila, J., & Briggs, P. (2018). Using protection motivation theory in the design of nudges to improve online security behavior. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies.

Wakenshaw, C. & Sillence, E. (2018). From a good death to a better bereavement? The impact of the end of life experience on bereavement adjustment, a thematic analysis. Bereavement Care Journal.

2017

Blythe, J., Sillence, L., & Briggs, P. (2017) The role of trust in eHealth websites: the enduring power of impartiality. In: 3rd UCL Centre for Behaviour Change Digital Health Conference 2017, 22nd – 23rd February 2017, London, UK.

Branley, D. B. & Covey, J. (2017). Pro-Ana Versus Pro-Recovery: A Content Analytic Comparison Of Social Media Users’ Communication About Eating Disorders On Twitter And Tumblr. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1356.

Branley, D. B. & Covey, J. (2017). Is exposure to online content depicting risky behavior related to viewers’ own risky behavior offline? Computers in Human Behavior, 75, pp. 283-287.

Briggs, P., Coventry, L. & Jeske, D. (2017). The Design of Messages to Improve Cybersecurity Incident Reporting. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer.

Bussey, L. & Sillence, E. (2017) (How) do people negotiate online information into their decision making with healthcare professionals? Digital Health 2017 DH ’17, July 02-05, 2017, London, United Kingdom. Association for Computing Machinery.

Le Moignan, E., Lawson, S., Rowland, D. A., Mahoney, J., & Briggs, P. (2017, May). Has Instagram Fundamentally Altered the’Family Snapshot’?. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 4935-4947). ACM.

McNeill, A. R., Coventry, L., Pywell, J., & Briggs, P. (2017, May). Privacy considerations when designing social network systems to support successful ageing. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 6425-6437). ACM.

Jeske, D., McNeill, A., Coventry, L., & Briggs, P. (2017). Security information sharing via Twitter:’Heartbleed’as a case study. International Journal of Web Based Communities, 13(2), 172.

McNeill, A., Briggs, P., Pywell, J., & Coventry, L. (2017, June). Functional privacy concerns of older adults about pervasive health-monitoring systems. InProceedings of the 10th International Conference on PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments (pp. 96-102). ACM.

McKellar, K., Sillence, E., & Smith, M. (2017). Exploring the Preferences of Female Teenagers when Seeking Sexual Health Information using Websites and Apps. In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Digital Health 2017. ACM.

McKellar, K., Little, L., Smith, M., & Sillence, E. (2017). Seeking sexual health information? Professionals’ novel experiences of the barriers that prevent female adolescents seeking sexual health information. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health.

Nicholson, J., Coventry, L., & Briggs, P. (2017, July). Can we fight social engineering attacks by social means? Assessing social salience as a means to improve phish detection. In Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS) (Vol. 12, p. 14).

Singh, A., Newhouse, N., Gibbs, J., Blandford, A. E., Chen, Y., Briggs, P., … & Bardram, J. E. (2017, May). HCI and Health: Learning from Interdisciplinary Interactions. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 1322-1325). ACM.

Sillence, E, Briggs, P Harris, PR (2017). Revisiting the Issue of Trust in E-Health.  In S.U. Langrial (Ed.). Web-Based Behavioral Therapies for Mental Disorders. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Sillence, E. (2017). Having faith in the online voice: Exploring contemporary issues of trust, language and advice in the context of e-health. Linguistik Online, 87 (8) 107-126.

Sillence, E. & Bussey, L. (2017). Changing hospitals, choosing chemotherapy and deciding you’ve made the right choice: Understanding the role of online support groups in different health decision-making activities. Patient Education and Counseling. 100 (5), 994-999.

Thomas, L., Kerrigan, F. and Briggs, P. (2017). Understanding Social Media and Identity work in Young People Transitioning to University.  Computers in Human Behaviour, 76, 541-553

Warren, S., Oxburgh, G., Briggs, P. and Wall, D. (2017).  How might crime-scripts be used to support the understanding and policing of cloud crime?  Lecture Notes in Computer Science.  Springer.

2016

Aylett, M. P., Thomas, L., Green, D. P., Shamma, D. A., Briggs, P., & Kerrigan, F. (2016, May). My Life On Film. In Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems(pp. 3379-3386). ACM.

Briggs, P., Churchill, E., Levine, M., Nicholson, J.,Pritchard, G. W., & Olivier, P. (2016, May). Everyday Surveillance. In Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems(pp. 3566-3573). ACM.

Boonlue, T., Briggs, P., Sillence, E. (2016, 11 July) Self-Compassion, Psychological Resilience and Social Media Use in Thai Students. Presented at the British HCI 2016 Conference, Bournemouth University, Bournemouth.

Coventry, L., & Briggs, P. (2016, July). Mobile Technology for Older Adults: Protector, Motivator or Threat?. In International Conference on Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population (pp. 424-434). Springer International Publishing.

Coventry, L. M., Jeske, D., Blythe, J. M., Turland, J., & Briggs, P. (2016). Personality and Social Framing in Privacy Decision-Making: A Study on Cookie Acceptance. Frontiers in Psychology, 7.

Fitton, D., Bell, B. T., Little, L., Horton, M., Read, J. C., Rouse, M., & Toth, N. (2016). Working with Teenagers in HCI Research: A Reflection on Techniques Used in the Taking on the Teenagers Project. In Perspectives on HCI Research with Teenagers (pp. 237-267). Springer International Publishing.

Fitton, D., Little, L., & Bell, B. T. (2016). Introduction: HCI Reaches Adolescence. In Perspectives on HCI Research with Teenagers (pp. 1-9). Springer International Publishing.

Fielden, A. L., Sillence, E., Little, L., & Harris, P. R. (2016). Online Self‐Affirmation Increases Fruit and Vegetable Consumption in Groups at High Risk of Low Intake. Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being.

Hardy, C., & Sillence, E. (2016). What are women being exposed to? A review of the quality, content and ownership of websites on premenstrual dysphoric disorder. Women’s Health Issues, 26(2), 183-189.

Jamison-Powell, S., Briggs, P., Lawson, S., Lineham, C., Windle, K., & Gross, H. (2016). PS I love you: understanding the impact of posthumous digital messages. Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI).

Jeske, D., Briggs, P., & Coventry, L. (2016). Exploring the relationship between impulsivity and decision-making on mobile devices. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing.

Little, L., Fitton, D., Bell, B. T., & Toth, N. (2016). Perspectives on HCI Research with Teenagers. Human-computer interaction.

McNeill, A., Harris, P. R., & Briggs, P. (2016). Twitter influence on UK Vaccination and antiviral Uptake during the 2009 h1n1 Pandemic. Frontiers in public health, 4.

McKellar, K., & Toth, N. (2016). Ethical Considerations in Face-to-Face and Internet-Mediated Research with Teenage Populations. In Perspectives on HCI Research with Teenagers (pp. 29-59). Springer International Publishing.

Sillence, E., Hardy, C., Medeiros, L. C., & LeJeune, J. T. (2016). Examining trust factors in online food risk information: The case of unpasteurized or ‘raw’milk. Appetite, 99, 200-210.

Thomas, L., & Briggs, P. (2016). Assessing the value of brief automated biographies. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 20(1), 37-49.

2015

Bell, B. T., Toth, N., Little, L., & Smith, M. A. (2015). Planning to Save the Planet Using an Online Intervention Based on Implementation Intentions to Change Adolescent Self-Reported Energy-Saving Behavior. Environment and Behavior.

Briggs, P., & Thomas, L. (2015). An inclusive, value sensitive design perspective on future identity technologies. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI), 22(5), 23.

Blythe, J. M., Coventry, L., & Little, L. (2015). Unpacking security policy compliance: The motivators and barriers of employees’ security behaviors. InEleventh Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2015) (pp. 103-122).

Cohrs, J. C., McNeill, A., & Vollhardt, J. R. (2015). The two-sided role of inclusive victimhood for intergroup reconciliation: Evidence from Northern Ireland. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 21(4), 634.

Dickinson, T., Fernandez, M., Thomas, L. A., Mulholland, P., Briggs, P., & Alani, H. (2015, October). Identifying Prominent Life Events on Twitter. InProceedings of the 8th International Conference on Knowledge Capture (p. 4). ACM.

Dickinson, T., Fernandez, M., Thomas, L. A., Mulholland, P., Briggs, P., & Alani, H. (2015, June). Automatic Identification of Personal Life Events in Twitter. In Proceedings of the ACM Web Science Conference (p. 37). ACM.

Dunphy, P., Schöning, J., Nicholson, J., & Olivier, P. (2015, April). Captchat: A Messaging Tool to Frustrate Ubiquitous Surveillance. In Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 639-646). ACM.

Dunphy, P., Vlachokyriakos, V., Thieme, A., Nicholson, J., McCarthy, J., & Olivier, P. (2015). Social Media as a Resource for Understanding Security Experiences: A Qualitative Analysis of# Password Tweets. In Eleventh Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2015) (pp. 141-150).

Dunphy, P., Nicholson, J., Vlachokyriakos, V., Briggs, P., & Olivier, P. (2015).Crowdsourcing and CCTV: The Effect of Interface, Financial Bonus and Video Type.

Ferreira, A., Coventry, L., & Lenzini, G. (2015, August). Principles of persuasion in social engineering and their use in phishing. In International Conference on Human Aspects of Information Security, Privacy, and Trust(pp. 36-47). Springer International Publishing.

Kharrufa, A., Nicholson, J., Dunphy, P., Hodges, S., Briggs, P., & Olivier, P. (2015, September). Using IMUs to Identify Supervisors on Touch Devices. InHuman-Computer Interaction (pp. 565-583). Springer International Publishing.

McNeill, A., & Coventry, L. (2015). Can we design stigma out of assistive walking technology?.

McNeill, A., & Coventry, L. (2015, August). An Appraisal-Based Approach to the Stigma of Walker-Use. In International Conference on Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population (pp. 250-261). Springer International Publishing.

Pritchard, G. W., Briggs, P., Vines, J., & Olivier, P. (2015, April). How to Drive a London Bus: Measuring Performance in a Mobile and Remote Workplace. In Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 1885-1894). ACM.

Sillence, E., Hardy, C., Briggs, P., & Harris, P. R. (2015). How do carers of people with multiple sclerosis engage with websites containing the personal experiences of other carers and patients?. Health Informatics Journal, 1460458215607938.

Sillence, E., Harris, P. R., & Briggs, P. (2015, May). Assessing Patient Experience and Patient Preference when Designing Web Support for Smoking Cessation. In Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Digital Health 2015 (pp. 25-26). ACM.

Sillence, E., & Briggs, P. (2015). Trust and Engagement in Online Health A Timeline Approach. Handb PsycholCommun Technol, 33, 469-87.

Turland, J., Coventry, L., Jeske, D., Briggs, P., & van Moorsel, A. (2015, July). Nudging towards security: Developing an application for wireless network selection for android phones. In Proceedings of the 2015 British HCI conference (pp. 193-201). ACM.

Yevseyeva, I., Turland, J., Morisset, C., Coventry, L., Groß, T., Laing, C., & van Moorsel, A. (2015). Addressing consumerisation of IT risks with nudging.

2014

Briggs, P., Hardy, C., Harris, P. R., & Sillence, E. (2014, December). Patient-led perspectives on ehealth: How might hyperpersonal data inform design?. In Proceedings of HCI Korea (pp. 115-121). Hanbit Media, Inc.

Briggs, P., & Thomas, L. (2014). The Social Value of Digital Ghosts. Digital Death: Mortality and Beyond in the Online Age: Mortality and Beyond in the Online Age, 125.

Briggs, D. J. L. C. P., & van Moorsel, A. (2014). Nudging whom how: IT proficiency, impulse control and secure behaviour. Networks, 49, 18.

Briggs, P., Mavin, S., & Thomas, L. (2014). On Family and Fear: A Gendered Perspective on the Design of Identity Technologies.

Coventry, L., Jeske, D., & Briggs, P. (2014). Perceptions and actions: Combining privacy and risk perceptions to better understand user behaviour.

Coventry, L., Briggs, P., Jeske, D., & van Moorsel, A. (2014, June). Scene: A structured means for creating and evaluating behavioral nudges in a cyber security environment. In International Conference of Design, User Experience, and Usability (pp. 229-239). Springer International Publishing.

Coventry, L. (2014, July). Keynote: Tackling the Awareness-Behaviour Divide in Security (Step 1): Understand the User by Lynne Coventry. In 2014 Workshop on Socio-Technical Aspects in Security and Trust (pp. x-x). IEEE.

Davinson, N., & Sillence, E. (2014). Using the health belief model to explore users’ perceptions of ‘being safe and secure’in the world of technology mediated financial transactions. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 72(2), 154-168.

Fothergill, M., Wolfson, S., & Little, L. (2014). A qualitative analysis of perceptions of venue: Do professional soccer players and managers concur with the conceptual home advantage framework?. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 12(4), 316-332.

Fitton, D., Bell, B., Read, J. C., Iversen, O., Little, L., & Horton, M. (2014, April). Understanding teen UX: building a bridge to the future. In CHI’14 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 79-82). ACM.

Jeske, D., Coventry, L., Briggs, P., & van Moorsel, A. (2014). Nudging whom how: Nudging whom how: IT proficiency, impulse control and secure behaviour.

Jeske, D., Coventry, L., & Briggs, P. (2014, July). Decision justifications for wireless network selection. In 2014 Workshop on Socio-Technical Aspects in Security and Trust (pp. 1-7). IEEE.

Khan, A., Nicholson, J., Mellor, S., Jackson, D., Ladha, K., Ladha, C., … & Plötz, T. (2014, November). Occupancy monitoring using environmental & context sensors and a hierarchical analysis framework. In BuildSys@ SenSys(pp. 90-99).

McNeill, A., & Briggs, P. (2014, April). Understanding Twitter influence in the health domain: a social-psychological contribution. In Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on World Wide Web (pp. 673-678). ACM.

McNeill, A., Lyons, E., & Pehrson, S. (2014). Reconstructing apology: David Cameron’s Bloody Sunday apology in the press. British Journal of Social Psychology, 53(4), 656-674.

Pirhonen, A., Silvennoinen, M., & Sillence, E. (2014). Patient Education as an Information System, Healthcare Tool and Interaction. Journal of Information Systems Education, 25(4), 327.

Pritchard, G., Vines, J., Briggs, P., Thomas, L., & Olivier, P. (2014, April). Digitally driven: how location based services impact the work practices of London bus drivers. In Proceedings of the 32nd annual ACM conference on Human factors in computing systems (pp. 3617-3626). ACM.

Thomas, L., & Briggs, P. (2014, October). An older adult perspective on digital legacy. In Proceedings of the 8th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction: Fun, Fast, Foundational (pp. 237-246). ACM.

Sillence, E., Hardy, C., Harris, P. R., & Briggs, P. (2014, April). Modeling patient engagement in peer-to-peer healthcare. In Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on World Wide Web (pp. 481-486). ACM.

Sillence, E., & Mo, P. K. (2014). Communicating health decisions: an analysis of messages posted to online prostate cancer forums. Health Expectations,17(2), 244-253.

Sutherland, C., Coventry, L., & Sillence, E. (2014, December). Using animated scenarios to explore severity of cyberbullying and reporting readiness. In Proceedings of the 26th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference on Designing Futures: the Future of Design (pp. 448-451). ACM.

Toth, N., Bell, B., Avramides, K., Rulton, K., & Little, L. (2014). Is the next generation prepared? Understanding barriers to teenage energy conservation.

Yevseyeva, I., Morisset, C., Turland, J., Coventry, L., Groß, T., Laing, C., & van Moorsel, A. (2014). Consumerisation of it: Mitigating risky user actions and improving productivity with nudging. Procedia Technology, 16, 508-517.

2013

Briggs, P. (2013). Online Peer-to-Peer Healthcare: Exploring Push-Pull Factors of Engagement. In Medicine 2.0 Conference. JMIR Publications Inc., Toronto, Canada.

Jackson, D., Nicholson, J., Stoeckigt, G., Wrobel, R., Thieme, A., & Olivier, P. (2013, October). Panopticon: a parallel video overview system. InProceedings of the 26th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology (pp. 123-130). ACM.

Nicholson, J., Coventry, L., & Briggs, P. (2013). Faces and Pictures: Understanding age differences in two types of graphical authentications.International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 71(10), 958-966.

Nicholson, J., Coventry, L., & Briggs, P. (2013). Faces and Pictures: Understanding age differences in two types of graphical authentications.International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 71(10), 958-966.

Nicholson, J., Coventry, L., & Briggs, P. (2013). Age-related performance issues for PIN and face-based authentication systems. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 323-332). ACM.

Thomas, L., Little, L., Briggs, P., McInnes, L., Jones, E., & Nicholson, J. (2013). Location tracking: views from the older adult population. Age and ageing, 42(6), 758-763.

2012

Nicholson, J., Dunphy, P., Coventry, L., Briggs, P., & Olivier, P. (2012, May). A security assessment of tiles: a new portfolio-based graphical authentication system. In CHI’12 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 1967-1972). ACM.

Briggs, P., Blythe, M., Vines, J., Lindsay, S., Dunphy, P., Nicholson, J., … & Olivier, P. (2012, June). Invisible design: Exploring insights and ideas through ambiguous film scenarios. In Proceedings of the Designing Interactive Systems Conference (pp. 534-543). ACM.

2011

Briggs, P.  (2011).  The evolution of trust.   In Wakeman et al. (Eds.)  Trust Management V.  IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, Volume 358, 13-16.

Marsh, S.P.,  Briggs, P., El-Khatib, K, Esfandiari, B. and Stewart, J.A. (2011).  Defining and Investigating Device Comfort. Journal of Information Processing, 19, 231-252.

Coventry, L. (2011) Using Lifestyle Aspirations to drive assisted living technology development.  The IET Seminar on Assisted Living, 6 April 2011, IET: London.

Budi Arief, David Greathead, Lynne Coventry, and Aad van Moorsel, (2011) Towards the Implementation of an Internet-based Neighbourhood Watch Scheme: Impacts of Inclusive Technologies on Societies, 3rd International Conference on Computational Aspects of Social Networks (CASoN), Salamanca, Spain, 19-22 October 2011.

Budi Arief, David Greathead, Chris Smith, Lynne Coventry, Aad van Moorsel, and Phil Butler, Inclusive Technology’s Impact on Society through the Neighbourhood Watch Scheme, Presented at Connected Communities Symposium, Newcastle upon Tyne, 12-14 September 2011

Fielden, A., Sillence, E., & Little, L. (2011) Children’s understandings’ of obesity, a thematic analysis. Int J Qualitative Stud Health Well-being. 6(3) 7170.

Lord, S., Chastin, S.F., McInnes, L., Little, L., Briggs, P., & Rochester, L. (2011). Exploring patterns of daily physical and sedentary behaviour in community-dwelling older adults. Age and Ageing, 40,205-210

McInnes, L. (2011). Importance of maintaining mobility to elderly health. Aging Health, 7 (2), 165-167

Sillence, E. & Pirhonen, A. (2011). ICT for consumers or human beings – what’s the difference? In J Lumsden (Ed). Human computer interaction and innovation in handheld, mobile, and wearable technologies. IGI Global Publishing pp 260-267.

Harris, PR, Sillence, E., Briggs, P. (2011). Perceived Threat and Corroboration: Key Factors That Improve a Predictive Model of Trust in Internet-based Health Information and Advice. (J Med Internet Res 2011;13(3):e51) doi:10.2196/jmir.1821

Sillence, Mo, Briggs, Harris (2011). The changing face of trust in health websites. Presented at Oxford Internet Institute’s Symposium (21-24th September 2011).

Thomas, L., Briggs, P., and Little, L. (2011).Does Your Boss Know Where You Are? Predicting Adoption of LBS in the Workplace. British HCI.

2010

Coventry, L. (2010) Human Factors. In Handbook of Financial Cryptography and Security. B. Rosenberg (ed). Chapman and Hall. August 2010.

Coventry, L. Briggs, P., & Colmer, S. (2010) Using lifestyle aspirations to drive technology development. 39th Annual British Society of Gerontology Conference. Brunel University 6-8 July, 2010.

Day, P.N., C. Rohan, L. Coventry, G. Johnson, Riley, C..(2010) REACH modelling for DRIVE-UP self-service. Contemporary Ergonomics: Proceedings of the 2010 British Ergonomic Society Annual Conference. Taylor and Francis.

Pickard, A. J., Gannon-Leary, P. and Coventry, L. (2010) Trust in ‘E’: Users’ trust in information resources in the web environment.

2009

Briggs, P. and Little, L. (2009). Pervasive computing and disability: Designing for independence? In Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of Persuasive Technologies Related to Assisted Environments, ACM Press.

Little, L., Sillence, E., & Briggs, P. (2009). Ubiquitous Systems and the Family: Thoughts about the Networked Home SOUPS, San Jose

Little, L., & Briggs, P. (2009). Pervasive healthcare: the elderly perspective. Second International Conference on Pervasive Technologies in Relation to Assisted Living (PETRA). Corfu, Greece

Little, L., & Briggs, P. (2009). Privacy factors for successful ubiquitous computing. International Journal of E-Business Research, 5 (2), 1-20

Little, L., & Briggs, P. (2009) Private whispers/public eyes: Assessing the psychological cost of receiving highly personal information in a public space Interacting with Computers (in press)

Little, L., & Briggs, P. (2009). Videotaped Activity Scenarios. In S. Love (Ed.). Handbook of Mobile Technology Research Methods. USA: Nova Science Publishers

2008

Briggs, P. and Olivier, P. (2008). Biometric Daemons: Authentication via Electronic Pets. Proceedings of CHI 2008, Florence Italy, April 5-10. ACM Press.

Joinson, Adam N., Hancock, Jeffrey and Briggs, P. (2008): Secrets and lies in computer-mediated interaction: theory, methods and design. In: Proceedings of ACM CHI 2008 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems April 5-10, 2008. pp. 3993-3996.

Little, L., & Briggs, P. (2008). Ubiquitous healthcare: do we need it? BHCI Conference, Liverpool

Little, L., Storer, T., Briggs, P. and Duncan, I. (2008). E-voting in an ubicomp world: Trust, privacy, and social implications. Social Science Computer Review, 26(1):44-59.

Marsh, S. and Briggs, P. (2008). Examining trust, forgiveness and regret as computational constructs. In J. Golbeck (Ed.) Computing with Social Trust and Reputation. Springer-Verlag.

2007

Briggs, P., Sillence, E. and Harris, P. (2007). How do online consumers determine their own health status? Technology and Health Care, 15 (5), 301-302.

Little, L. & Briggs, P. (2007). Ubiquitous Computing and Disability: exclusive or inclusive systems? Paper submitted to Information. Technology & People. May 2007

Little. L. and Briggs, P. (2007). Videotaped Activity Scenarios: A new way of evaluating Design. In L. Feijs, S. Kyffin and B. Young (Eds). Design and Semantics of Form and Movement (DeSForM 2007). Phillips.

Liu, Z, Coventry, L, Johnson, G, Zhang, H and Chen, J. (2007) The people’s machine: Automatic Teller Machines in China. User Experience, 6, 2, 18-22.

Sillence, E., Briggs, P. Harris, P. R, Fishwick, L. (2007). How do patients evaluate and make use of online health information? Social Science and Medicine, 64, 1853-1862

Sillence, E., Briggs, P. Harris, P, Fishwick, L. (2007). Health websites that people can trust – the case of Hypertension. Interacting with Computers, Special Issue on ‘Moving Face-to-Face Communication to Web-based Systems’, 19, 32-42.

Sillence, E. & Briggs, P. (2007). Examining the role of the Internet in health. In Joinson, A.N., McKenna, K.Y.A., Postmes, T., & Reips, U-D. (2007). The Oxford Handbook of Internet Psychology. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press

Sillence, E. & Briggs, P. (2007). The evolution of trust in a design context. In L. Feijs, S. Kyffin and B. Young (Eds). Design and Semantics of Form and Movement (DeSForM 2007). Phillips.

Sillence, E. & Briggs, P. (2007). Please advise. Using the Internet for health and financial advice. Computers in Human Behavior

Sillence, E., Briggs, P. Harris, P, Fishwick, L. (2007). Developing trust practices for e-health. In R. Song, L. Korba & G. Yee (Eds.). Trust in E-services: Technologies, Practices and Challenges. The Idea Group.

Sillence, E., Briggs, P. Harris, P, Fishwick, L. (2007). Going online for health advice: Changes in usage and trust practices over the last five years. Interacting with Computers, 19 (3), 397-403.

Sillence, E., Briggs, P. Harris, P, Fishwick, L. (2007). Health websites that people can trust – the case of Hypertension. Interacting with Computers: Special Issues on ‘Moving Face-to-Face Communication to Web-based Systems’, 19 (1), 32-42.

2006

Little, L., & Briggs, P. (2006). Investigating privacy in an ambient world. CHI 2006 Workshop, Montreal, Canada

Little, L., Storer, T. Briggs, P., & Duncan, I. (2006). E-voting in an ambient world: Trust, privacy and social implications. Information, Communication and Society. Submitted October 2006.
Little, L., Marsh, S., & Briggs, P. (2006). Trust and privacy permissions for an ambient world. In R. Song, L. Korba, G. Yee (Eds.) Trust in e-services: technologies, practices and challenges. USA: Ideas Group, Chapter 11

Marsh, S., Patrick, A and Briggs, P. (2006). Trust in Digital Government – Social Issues. In A. Anttiroiko and M. Malkia, (Eds) The Encyclopedia of Digital Government. IDEA Group.

Sillence, E., Briggs, P. Harris, P, Fishwick, L. (2006). A framework for understanding trust factors in web based health advice. International Journal of Human Computer Studies, 64 (8), 697-713.

Storer, T., Little, L., & Duncan, I. (2006). An exploratory study of voter attitudes towards a pollsterless remote voting system. In IaVoSS Workshop on Trustworthy Elections (WOTE 06) Pre-Proceedings (D. Chaum, R. Rivest, and P. Ryan, eds.), pp. 77-86, June 2006.