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Sandy J J Gould
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7679 0695 (x30695)
Email: s.gould [at] cs.ucl.ac.uk
I am a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at UCLIC. My research is currently funded by a personal EPSRC Doctoral Prize. The title of the project is "Working from home: investigating how interruptions impact remote workers".
I was previously a PDRA on the EPSRC-funded CHI+MED project, which aims to make medical devices safer through improved interaction science and design.
My research is concerned with how people are able to deal with interruptions. Interruptions can disrupt performance, with potentially serious consequences in safety-critical environments. How do people decide whether to deal with an interruption or leave it until later? When people know they will be interrupted, how do they prepare? After an interruption, which factors affect whether people able to resume their tasks correctly? My work has focused on answering these questions.
|Gould, SJJ; Wiseman, S; Furniss, D; Iacovides, I; Jennett, CI; Cox, AL; (2014) MOODs: Building massive open online diaries for researchers, teachers and contributors. In: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings. (pp. 2281 - 2286). |
|Brumby, DP; Cox, AL; Back, J; Gould, SJJ; (2013) Recovering from an interruption: Investigating speed-accuracy tradeoffs in task resumption strategy. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied , 19 (2) 95 - 107. 10.1037/a0032696. |
|Gould, SJJ; Brumby, DP; Cox, AL; (2013) What does it mean for an interruption to be relevant? An investigation of relevance as a memory effect. In: Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. (pp. 149 -153). Sage |
|Gould, SJJ; Cox, AL; Brumby, DP; (2013) Frequency and Duration of Self-initiated Task-switching in an Online Investigation of Interrupted Performance. In: Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Human Computation & Crowdsourcing Works-in-Progress. The Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI): Palo Alto, California. |
|Gould, SJJ; Cox, AL; Brumby, DP; (2013) Using graphical representations to support the calculation of infusion parameters. In: Human-Computer Interaction – INTERACT 2013. (pp. 721 -728). Springer: Berlin. |
|Gould, SJJ; Cox, AL; Brumby, DP; Wiseman, S; (2013) Assessing the Viability of Online Interruption Studies. In: Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Human Computation & Crowdsourcing Works-in-Progress. The Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI): Palo Alto, California. |
|Wiseman, S; Cox, AL; Brumby, DP; Gould, SJJ; O'Carroll, S; (2013) Using checksums to detect number entry error. In: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings. (pp. 2403 - 2406). |
|Gould, S; Brumby, D; Cox, A; González, V; Salvucci, D; Taatgen, N; (2012) Multitasking and interruptions: A SIG on bridging the gap between research on the micro and macro worlds. In: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings. (pp. 1189 - 1192). |
|Gould, SJJ; Cox, AL; Blandford, A; (2012) Using wikis to encourage collaborative writing and learning. In: : CHI 2012 Workshop: A Contextualised Curriculum for HCI. |
|Jones, SA; Gould, S; Cox, AL; (2012) Snookered by an interruption?: use a cue. In: BCS HCI. (pp. 251 - 256). British Computer Society |
|Wiseman, S; Gould, S; Furniss, DJ; Cox, A; (2012) Errordiary: Support for Teaching Human Error. Presented at: CHI 2012: the 30th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems: Workshop: A Contextualised Curriculum for HCI, Austin, Texas. |
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