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Texting and the brain: The time-course of social brain activation in face-to-face versus text-based computer-mediated-communication (2023)
Journal Article
Sacristan, R., Royle, S., & Galpin, A. (2023). Texting and the brain: The time-course of social brain activation in face-to-face versus text-based computer-mediated-communication. #Journal not on list, 17(4), Article 3. https://doi.org/10.5817/CP2023-4-3

Through evolution, humans have adapted their interactions to face-to-face communication, supported by a network of neural systems which facilitate the transmission and interpretation of social signals for successful communication. However, emerging m... Read More about Texting and the brain: The time-course of social brain activation in face-to-face versus text-based computer-mediated-communication.

The multiple roles of media use within the family system during lockdown: a thematic analysis of parental reports from the UK (2023)
Journal Article
Galpin, A., Bidgood, A., & Taylor, G. (2023). The multiple roles of media use within the family system during lockdown: a thematic analysis of parental reports from the UK. Children & Society, 37(4), 1233-1251. https://doi.org/10.1111/chso.12741

Children's media use increased during the COVID-19 lockdowns. Here, we present a thematic analysis of online survey responses from 69 parents (of children aged 0–11 years) who described their family media use after the first UK lockdown. Data highlig... Read More about The multiple roles of media use within the family system during lockdown: a thematic analysis of parental reports from the UK.

A tool for measuring mental workload during prosthesis use: The Prosthesis Task Load Index (PROS-TLX) (2023)
Journal Article
Parr, J., Galpin, A., Uiga, L., Wright, D., Franklin, Z., & Wood, G. (in press). A tool for measuring mental workload during prosthesis use: The Prosthesis Task Load Index (PROS-TLX). PLoS ONE, 18(5), https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0285382

When using a upper-limb prosthesis, mental, emotional, and physical effort is often experienced. These have been linked to high rates of device dissatisfaction and rejection. Therefore, understanding and quantifying the complex nature of workload exp... Read More about A tool for measuring mental workload during prosthesis use: The Prosthesis Task Load Index (PROS-TLX).

Why does my prosthetic hand not always do what it is told? (2022)
Journal Article
Chadwell, A., Prince, M., Head, J., Galpin, A., Thies, S., & Kenney, L. (2022). Why does my prosthetic hand not always do what it is told?. Frontiers for Young Minds, 10, https://doi.org/10.3389/frym.2022.786663

There are online videos that appear to show electrically powered prosthetic (artificial) hands to be near-perfect replacements for a missing hand. However, for many users, the reality can be quite different. Prosthetic hands do not always respond as... Read More about Why does my prosthetic hand not always do what it is told?.

Values‐led curriculum co‐creation : a curriculum re‐innovation case study (2022)
Journal Article
Galpin, A., Beevers, D., Cassidy, S., Short, B., Panagiotidi, M., Bendall, R., …Thompson, C. (2022). Values‐led curriculum co‐creation : a curriculum re‐innovation case study. Curriculum Journal, 33(4), 553-569. https://doi.org/10.1002/curj.154

Personal values influence goals and motivate actions. The case study reported in this paper explored whether an understanding of values would provide a useful framework to guide the co-creation of the undergraduate cognitive psychology curriculum at... Read More about Values‐led curriculum co‐creation : a curriculum re‐innovation case study.

Towards automation of dynamic-gaze video analysis taking functional upper-limb tasks as a case study (2021)
Journal Article
Alyaman, M., Sobuh, M., Zaid, A., Kenney, L., Galpin, A., & Al-Taee, M. (2021). Towards automation of dynamic-gaze video analysis taking functional upper-limb tasks as a case study. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 203, 106041. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cmpb.2021.106041

Background and objective : Previous studies in motor control have yielded clear evidence that gaze behavior (where someone looks) quantifies the attention paid to perform actions. However, eliciting clinically meaningful results from the gaze data h... Read More about Towards automation of dynamic-gaze video analysis taking functional upper-limb tasks as a case study.

Addressing unpredictability may be the key to improving performance with current clinically prescribed myoelectric prostheses (2021)
Journal Article
Chadwell, A., Kenney, L., Thies, S., Head, J., Galpin, A., & Baker, R. (2021). Addressing unpredictability may be the key to improving performance with current clinically prescribed myoelectric prostheses. Scientific reports, 11, 3300. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-82764-6

The efferent control chain for an upper-limb myoelectric prosthesis can be separated into 3 key areas: signal generation, signal acquisition, and device response. Data were collected from twenty trans-radial myoelectric prosthesis users using their o... Read More about Addressing unpredictability may be the key to improving performance with current clinically prescribed myoelectric prostheses.

Methods for clinical evaluation (2020)
Book Chapter
Kenney, L., Kyberd, P., Galpin, A., Chadwell, A., Granat, M., Thies, S., & Head, J. (2020). Methods for clinical evaluation. In K. Nazarpour (Ed.), Control of Prosthetic Hands : challenges and emerging avenues (29-67). Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET). https://doi.org/10.1049/PBHE022E_ch3

This chapter begins with an introduction to the challenges of measurement in upper limb prosthetics. This is followed by an overview of the traditional approaches to evaluation and their strengths and weaknesses. By traditional approaches, we mean te... Read More about Methods for clinical evaluation.

What is the role of emotions on football fans in affecting online video virality? (Case study of Salford City FC) (2020)
Thesis
Asamaoh, J. What is the role of emotions on football fans in affecting online video virality? (Case study of Salford City FC). (Thesis). University of Salford

Viral video marketing is an expensive process and there is limited scholarly research about what makes video content go viral. A few online communities such as football clubs are keen to explore video virality to engage their audiences. One such club... Read More about What is the role of emotions on football fans in affecting online video virality? (Case study of Salford City FC).

Examining the management of stake and interest in a participatory design Facebook group (2020)
Journal Article
Meredith, J., Galpin, A., & Robinson, L. (2020). Examining the management of stake and interest in a participatory design Facebook group. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 19(3), 658-677. https://doi.org/10.1080/14780887.2020.1780354

This paper analyses the micro-dynamics of a participatory design (PD) Facebook group for breast screening. We argue that using online PD methods enables participants to be fully involved throughout the research process and can lead to meaningful outc... Read More about Examining the management of stake and interest in a participatory design Facebook group.

Exploring strategies for using Social Media to self-manage health care when living with and beyond breast cancer : in-depth qualitative study (2020)
Journal Article
Ure, C., Cooper-Ryan, A., Condie, J., & Galpin, A. (2020). Exploring strategies for using Social Media to self-manage health care when living with and beyond breast cancer : in-depth qualitative study. JMIR, 22(5), e16902. https://doi.org/10.2196/16902

Background: As breast cancer survival rates improve and structural health resources are increasingly being stretched, health providers require people living with and beyond breast cancer (LwBBC) to self-manage aspects of their care. Objective: Thi... Read More about Exploring strategies for using Social Media to self-manage health care when living with and beyond breast cancer : in-depth qualitative study.

Upper limb activity of twenty myoelectric prosthesis users and twenty healthy anatomically intact adults (2019)
Journal Article
Chadwell, A., Kenney, L., Granat, M., Thies, S., Galpin, A., & Head, J. (2019). Upper limb activity of twenty myoelectric prosthesis users and twenty healthy anatomically intact adults. Scientific Data, 6(1), 199. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41597-019-0211-6

The upper limb activity of twenty unilateral upper limb myoelectric prosthesis users and twenty anatomically intact adults were recorded over a 7-day period using two wrist worn accelerometers (Actigraph, LLC). This dataset reflects the real-world ac... Read More about Upper limb activity of twenty myoelectric prosthesis users and twenty healthy anatomically intact adults.

A cognitive style dataset including functional near-infrared spectroscopy, eye-tracking, psychometric and behavioral measures (2019)
Journal Article
Bendall, R., Lambert, S., Galpin, A., Marrow, L., & Cassidy, S. (2019). A cognitive style dataset including functional near-infrared spectroscopy, eye-tracking, psychometric and behavioral measures. Data in Brief, 26, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2019.104544

The dataset includes data from the triangulated investigation reported in our paper: ‘Psychophysiological indices of cognitive style: A triangulated study incorporating neuroimaging, eye-tracking, psychometric and behavioral measures’ [1,2]. The data... Read More about A cognitive style dataset including functional near-infrared spectroscopy, eye-tracking, psychometric and behavioral measures.

Corrigendum to “Psychophysiological indices of cognitive style : a triangulated study incorporating neuroimaging, eye-tracking, psychometric and behavioral measures” [Personality and Individual Differences 144 (2019) 68–78] (2019)
Journal Article
Bendall, R., Lambert, S., Galpin, A., Marrow, L., & Cassidy, S. (2019). Corrigendum to “Psychophysiological indices of cognitive style : a triangulated study incorporating neuroimaging, eye-tracking, psychometric and behavioral measures” [Personality and Individual Differences 144 (2019) 68–78]. Personality and Individual Differences, 149, 235-236. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2019.06.010

Upper- and lower-limb amputees show reduced levels of eeriness for images of prosthetic hands (2019)
Journal Article
Buckingham, G., Parr, J., Wood, G., Day, S., Kenney, L., Galpin, A., …Poliakoff, E. (2019). Upper- and lower-limb amputees show reduced levels of eeriness for images of prosthetic hands. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 26, 1295-1302. https://doi.org/10.3758/s13423-019-01612-x

The uncanny phenomenon describes the feeling of unease associated with seeing an image which is close to appearing human. Prosthetic hands in particular are well-known to induce this effect. Little is known, however, about this phenomenon from the vi... Read More about Upper- and lower-limb amputees show reduced levels of eeriness for images of prosthetic hands.

Psychophysiological indices of cognitive style : a triangulated study incorporating neuroimaging, eye-tracking, psychometric and behavioral measures (2019)
Journal Article
Bendall, R., Lambert, S., Galpin, A., Marrow, L., & Cassidy, S. (2019). Psychophysiological indices of cognitive style : a triangulated study incorporating neuroimaging, eye-tracking, psychometric and behavioral measures. Personality and Individual Differences, 144, 68-78. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2019.02.034

Employing a triangulated design to explore psychophysiological indices of cognitive style, the study investigated the validity of the intuition-analysis dimension of cognitive style and its associated construct measure, the Cognitive Style Index (CSI... Read More about Psychophysiological indices of cognitive style : a triangulated study incorporating neuroimaging, eye-tracking, psychometric and behavioral measures.

Upper limb activity in myoelectric prosthesis users is biased towards the intact limb and appears unrelated to goal-directed task performance (2018)
Journal Article
Chadwell, A., Kenney, L., Granat, M., Thies, S., Head, J., Galpin, A., & Baker, R. (2018). Upper limb activity in myoelectric prosthesis users is biased towards the intact limb and appears unrelated to goal-directed task performance. Scientific reports, 8, #11084. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-29503-6

Studies of the effectiveness of prosthetic hands involve assessing user performance on functional tasks in the lab/clinic, sometimes combined with self-report of real-world use. In this paper we compare real-world upper limb activity between a group... Read More about Upper limb activity in myoelectric prosthesis users is biased towards the intact limb and appears unrelated to goal-directed task performance.

Exploring the impact of hand movement delays and hand appearance on myoelectric prosthesis embodiment using immersive virtual reality (2017)
Journal Article
Hodrien, A., Galpin, A., Roberts, D., & Kenney, L. (2017). Exploring the impact of hand movement delays and hand appearance on myoelectric prosthesis embodiment using immersive virtual reality. Annual review of cybertherapy and telemedicine (Print), 15,

Prosthesis embodiment, the feeling of a prosthesis being part of the user, is reported by some prosthesis users. Myoelectric prostheses are electrically powered which produce a delay with fixed and variable components. The latter introduces uncertain... Read More about Exploring the impact of hand movement delays and hand appearance on myoelectric prosthesis embodiment using immersive virtual reality.

Charities’ use of Twitter : exploring social support for women living with and beyond breast cancer (2017)
Journal Article
Ure, C., Galpin, A., Cooper-Ryan, A., & Condie, J. (2019). Charities’ use of Twitter : exploring social support for women living with and beyond breast cancer. Information, Communication and Society, 22(8), 1-18. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2017.1402943

Twitter is one social media platform that enables those experiencing breast cancer to access support from others. This study explores how cancer charities provide support to women living with and beyond breast cancer (LWBBC) through their Twitter fee... Read More about Charities’ use of Twitter : exploring social support for women living with and beyond breast cancer.

“Thanks for letting us all share your mammogram experience virtually” : developing an online hub for cancer screening (2017)
Journal Article
Galpin, A., Meredith, J., Ure, C., & Robinson, L. (2017). “Thanks for letting us all share your mammogram experience virtually” : developing an online hub for cancer screening. JMIR Cancer, 3(2), e17. https://doi.org/10.2196/cancer.8150

Background: The decision around whether to attend breast screening can often involve making sense of confusing and contradictory information on risks and benefits. The Word of Mouth Mammogram e-Network (WoMMeN) project was established to create an... Read More about “Thanks for letting us all share your mammogram experience virtually” : developing an online hub for cancer screening.