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Who is Afraid of Red, Yellow, Blue? (2017)
Exhibition / Performance
Webb, R. Who is Afraid of Red, Yellow, Blue?. Exhibited at Hasselt, Belgium. 2017 - 2017. (Unpublished)

Ten paintings called Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue? (Light-Dark Contrast) were then chosen to be exhibited in two concurrent exhibitions in Hasselt, Belgium at the Kooi Space, PMX at the University of Hasselt, and then at Onder den Toren, a pu... Read More about Who is Afraid of Red, Yellow, Blue?.

Space Invader (2017)
Other
Morrissey, S. (2017). Space Invader

Jim Isermann’s permanent commission for the Pathology Phase Two building for Southmead Hospital is an integrated artwork that transforms the fabric and surfaces of the functional architecture of corridors and external light-wells into a canvas for a... Read More about Space Invader.

Developing elastomeric cellular structures for multiple head impacts (2017)
Conference Proceeding
Robinson, M., Soe, S., McShane, G., Celeghini, R., Burek, R., Alves, M., & Theobald, P. (2017). Developing elastomeric cellular structures for multiple head impacts. In 2017 IRCOBI Conference Proceedings

Foam?based materials were originally incorporated into helmets in the 1970?s, providing an effective method of absorbing impact energy and so protecting against severe head injury. Similar materials still exist in the majority of protective helmets t... Read More about Developing elastomeric cellular structures for multiple head impacts.

The Separate System (2017)
Exhibition / Performance
Davies, K. The Separate System. 2017 - 2018. (Unpublished)

Innovations in qualitative methods (2017)
Book Chapter
Braun, V., Clarke, V., & Gray, D. (2017). Innovations in qualitative methods. In B. Gough (Ed.), The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Social Psychology, 243-266. Palgrave Macmillan

The concept of anxiety and Kant (2017)
Book Chapter
Assiter, A. (2017). The concept of anxiety and Kant. In B. E. Benson, & B. K. Putt (Eds.), Evil, Fallenness, and Finitude, 13-24. Palgrave Macmillan

Icelanders in England in the fifteenth century (2017)
Book Chapter
Fleming, P. (2017). Icelanders in England in the fifteenth century. In W. Mark Ormrod, N. McDonald, & C. Taylor (Eds.), Resident Aliens in Later Medieval EnglandBrepols Publishers

Journeys towards learning in a new key: Researching the challenge of introducing deep cultural and psychological resources in classrooms (2017)
Journal Article
Warner, C., & Tarr, J. (2017). Journeys towards learning in a new key: Researching the challenge of introducing deep cultural and psychological resources in classrooms. Revista ESC - Educação, Sociedade & Culturas, 50,

This paper seeks to explore and reflect upon the staged process that took place in the LINK project to introduce musical listening and improvisation as a regular social, emotional and therapeutic experience in the classroom. It will describe the grad... Read More about Journeys towards learning in a new key: Researching the challenge of introducing deep cultural and psychological resources in classrooms.

Qualitative Review of Object Recognition Techniques for Tabletop Manipulation (2017)
Conference Proceeding
Wallbridge, C. D., Lemaignan, S., & Belpaeme, T. (2017). Qualitative Review of Object Recognition Techniques for Tabletop Manipulation. In ACM Human-Agent Interaction Conference, (359-363). https://doi.org/10.1145/3125739.3132593

© 2017 ACM. This paper provides a qualitative review of different object recognition techniques relevant for near-proximity Human- Robot Interaction. These techniques are divided into three categories: 2D correspondence, 3D correspondence and nonvisi... Read More about Qualitative Review of Object Recognition Techniques for Tabletop Manipulation.

Evolutionary computing frameworks for optimisation (2017)
Journal Article
Simons, C., & Ramirez, A. (2017). Evolutionary computing frameworks for optimisation

Evolutionary algorithms can find optimal solutions to problems. This article gives an overview of some programming frameworks available to solve optimisation problems.

The impact of an extreme observation in a paired samples design (2017)
Journal Article
Derrick, B., Broad, A., Toher, D., & White, P. (2017). The impact of an extreme observation in a paired samples design

The effect of systematically altering the value of a single observation within a paired differences design is considered. A paradox is observed for the paired samples t-test, where increasing the value of an observation in the direction of the true m... Read More about The impact of an extreme observation in a paired samples design.

Lightweight cryptography methods (2017)
Journal Article
Buchanan, W., Li, S., & Asif, R. (2017). Lightweight cryptography methods. Journal of Cyber Security Technology, 1(3-4), 187-201. https://doi.org/10.1080/23742917.2017.1384917

While our conventional cryptography methods, such for AES (encryption), SHA-256 (hashing) and RSA/Elliptic Curve (signing), work well on systems which have reasonable processing power and memory capabilities, these do not scale well into a world with... Read More about Lightweight cryptography methods.

Making friends with books (2017)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. L. (2017). Making friends with books. Printmaking Today, 26(4),

A report on the first Cardiff Artists' Books (CAB) event at The Printhaus in Cardiff and their future plans for 2018.

Reframing the sex offender register and disclosure: From monitoring and control to desistence and prevention (2017)
Book Chapter
McCartan, K. F., Kemshall, H., & Hoggett, J. (2017). Reframing the sex offender register and disclosure: From monitoring and control to desistence and prevention. In H. Kemshall, & K. McCartan (Eds.), Contemporary Sex Offender Risk Management, Volume II, 205-230. Palgrave Macmillan

Sexual harm is a high profile issue, both nationally and internationally, with the number of perpetrators entering and being managed by the Criminal Justice System continually increasing. These increases in the sexual offender population are the resu... Read More about Reframing the sex offender register and disclosure: From monitoring and control to desistence and prevention.

Ethnographic chats: A best of both method for ethnography (2017)
Journal Article
Selleck, C. L. (2017). Ethnographic chats: A best of both method for ethnography. Sky Journal of Linguistics, 30, 151-162

Conventionally, ethnographic methods in sociolinguistics aim to discover how language works as “situated social practice and how it is tied to social organisation” (Heller 2011: 10). Within this, ethnography has viewed participant observation as cent... Read More about Ethnographic chats: A best of both method for ethnography.

Sexual harm, public education and risk management (2017)
Book Chapter
Tabachnick, J., & McCartan, K. (2017). Sexual harm, public education and risk management. In K. McCartan, & H. Kemshall (Eds.), Contemporary Sex Offender Risk Management, Volume IPalgrave Macmillian

This chapter will highlight research and practice internationally on ways to educate the public regarding sex abuse and how successful they have been. The chapter will cover issues including the relationship between experts and the public, public cri... Read More about Sexual harm, public education and risk management.

Neuropsychotherapy as an integrative framework in counselling psychology: The example of trauma (2017)
Journal Article
Ward, T., Plagnol, A., & Delrue, N. (2017). Neuropsychotherapy as an integrative framework in counselling psychology: The example of trauma. Clinical Psychology Forum, 32(4), 18-28

This article describes how principles from neuroscience can be used to inform, guide and develop psychotherapy. Such a "neuropsychotherapeutic approach" has been put forward by various authors. In this papers, the current authors develop the notion o... Read More about Neuropsychotherapy as an integrative framework in counselling psychology: The example of trauma.


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