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Knowledge is power: Audience preferences for engagement and learning at a science festival (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Fogg Rogers, L. (2014, December). Knowledge is power: Audience preferences for engagement and learning at a science festival. Paper presented at Engage 2014 - Captivating places; Captivating ideas; Captivating people: Unlocking the potential of curiosity-driven engagement, Bristol, UK

Engagement is a two-way process, but does that interaction need to occur with every contact? Lectures have been discredited as one-way transmission, but when employed within a range of engagement formats, they may fulfill audience needs to inspire cu... Read More about Knowledge is power: Audience preferences for engagement and learning at a science festival.

The people, the people, the people: Engaging under-served audiences (2014)
Book Chapter
Fogg-Rogers, L. A., & Hickman, M. (2014). The people, the people, the people: Engaging under-served audiences. In N. British Science Association (Ed.), Collected Thoughts 2014: Essays Inspired by the Annual Science Communication Conference, (1-5). London: British Science Association

Science communication, public engagement, public understanding of science - these are just a few of the terms that have been used to describe the practice of interacting with the public on different areas of science. In the past 12 years since starti... Read More about The people, the people, the people: Engaging under-served audiences.

The people, the people, the people: Engaging under-served audiences (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Fogg-Rogers, L. A. (2014, May). The people, the people, the people: Engaging under-served audiences

“He Tangata, He Tangata, He Tangata” is a Maori proverb emphasising how people are the most important thing in the world. It’s a concept we will explore in this session, serving as a reminder of the central importance of the audience for successful e... Read More about The people, the people, the people: Engaging under-served audiences.

Singing in unison: The neuroscience, art and therapy of music (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Fogg-Rogers, L. A. (2014, March). Singing in unison: The neuroscience, art and therapy of music. Presented at AHRC Science in Culture Ignite 2014, London, UK

Imagine a world where you can’t speak. It’s that tip of the tongue moment which frustrates us all, but is an everyday reality for people with aphasia. This language disorder results from brain damage like stroke, when the brain area responsible for o... Read More about Singing in unison: The neuroscience, art and therapy of music.

Conceptualizing how group singing may enhance quality of life with Parkinson's disease (2014)
Journal Article
Purdy, S., Fogg, L., Buetow, S. A., Talmage, A., McCann, C., Fogg-Rogers, L. A., & Purdy, S. C. (2014). Conceptualizing how group singing may enhance quality of life with Parkinson's disease. Disability and Rehabilitation, 36(5), 430-433. https://doi.org/10.3109/09638288.2013.793749

Purpose: Group singing could be a promising component of neurorehabilitative care. This article aims to conceptualize how group singing may enable people with Parkinson's disease (PD) to synchronize their movement patterns to musical rhythm and enhan... Read More about Conceptualizing how group singing may enhance quality of life with Parkinson's disease.