My Publications

2017

Dobbins, C. & Fairclough S.H. 2017.  A Mobile Lifelogging Platform to Measure Anxiety and Anger During Real-Life Driving.  2017 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom’17), Kona, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, 13th – 17th March, 2017 pdf

de Waard, D., Toffetti, A., Wiczorek, R., Sonderegger, A., Röttger, S., Bouchner, P., Franke, T., Fairclough, S.H., Noordzij, M. & Brookhuis, K. (Eds.) 2017. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter 2016 Annual Conference. ISSN 2333-4959 (online). Available from http://hfes-europe.org

Fairclough, S.H. 2017. Physiological Computing and Intelligent Adaptation. In Jeon, M. (Eds.) Emotions And Affect in Human Factors and Human-Computer Interaction. Elsevier. 539-556. pdf

Fairclough, S.H. & Ewing K.  2017.  The effect of task demand and incentive on neurophysiological and cardiovascular markers of effort.  International Journal of Psychophysiology, 119, 58-66 pdf

Graumann, K., Fairclough, S.H., Zander, T., & Ayaz, H. 2017. Editorial: Trends In Neuroergonomics. Frontiers In Human Neuroscience, link

Graumann, K., Fairclough, S.H., Zander, T., & Ayaz, H. (Eds.) 2017. Trends In Neuroergonomics: A Comprehensive Overview. Frontiers S.A. ISBN 9782889452033. Ebook available here.

Kirchner, E. A., Fairclough, S.H. & Kirchner, F. 2017. Embedded multimodal interfaces in robotics: Applications, future trends and societal implications. In Oviatt, S., Schuller, B., Cohen, P. & Sonntag, D. (eds.) Handbook of Multimodal-Multisensor Interfaces, vol. 3. (ACM Books, Morgan Claypool, forthcoming).

Spiridon, E. & Fairclough, S.H. 2017.  The effects of ambient blue light on anger levels: applications in the design of unmanned aircraft GCS.  International Journal of UnManned Systems Engineering, 5(3), 53-69. pdf

2016

Dobbins, C. & Fairclough, S.H. 2016.  Lifelogging Technologies to Detect Negative Emotions Associated with Cardiovascular Disease.  In Al-Jumeily, D. et al (Eds.) Applied Computing in Medicine and Health, Edition.  Elsevier, pp.27-44 pdf

Ewing, K., Fairclough, S.H. & Gilleade, K. 2016.  Evaluation of an adaptive game that uses EEG measures validated during the design process as inputs to a biocybernetic loop.  Frontiers In Human Neuroscience, 10:223. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2016.00223 link

Otero, A., Pope, A., Holzinger, A., da Silva, H. & Fairclough S.H. 2016. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Physiological Computing Systems. SCITEPRESS. ISBN: 978-989-758-197-7

2015

Burns, C.G. & Fairclough, S.H. 2015. Use of auditory event-related potentials to measure immersion during a computer game. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 73, 107-114. pdf

Da Silva, H., Fairclough, S.H., Holzinger, A., Jacob, R. & Tan, D. 2015. Introduction to the Special Issue on Physiological Computing for Human-Computer Interaction. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI), 21(6), Article No. 29. pdf

Da Silva, H., Holzinger, A., Fairclough, S.H. & Majoe, D. (Eds.) 2015. Physiological Computing Systems. LNCS, Vol 8908, Springer.  link

Holzinger, A., Major, D., da Silva, H., Chauvet, P. & Fairclough S.H. 2015. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Physiological Computing Systems. SCITEPRESS. ISBN: 978-989-758-085-7

Fairclough, S.H. 2015.  A Closed-Loop Perspective on Symbiotic Human-Computer Interaction.  In Blankertz, B et al (Eds.)  Symbiotic Interaction.  Springer. doc

Fairclough, S.H., Karran, A.J. & Gilleade, K.  2015.  Classification Accuracy from the Perspective of the User: Real-Time Interaction with Physiological Computing.  CHI ’15: Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 3029-3038. pdf

Fairclough, S.H., Da Silva, H., Gamboa, H., Gilleade, K. & Bermudez I Badia, S. 2015.  Applications and issues for physiological computing systems: an introduction to the special issue.  Interacting With Computers, 27(5), 389-491 intro_pdf

Jacucci, G., Fairclough, S.H. & Solovey, E.T. 2015. Physiological Computing, IEEE Computer, vol.48, no. 10, pp. 12-16, Oct. 2015. link

Karran, A.J., Fairclough, S.H. & Gilleade, K. 2015. A framework for psychophysiological classification within a cultural heritage framework. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI), 21(6), Article No. 34. pdf

Kreplin, U. & Fairclough, S.H. 2015. Effects of self-directed and other-directed introspection and emotional valence on activation of the rostral prefrontal cortex during aesthetic experience.  Neuropsychologia, 71, 38-45.   doc

 2014

Fairclough, S.H. & Gilleade, K. (Eds). 2014. Advances In Physiological Computing. Springer.  link

Fairclough, S.H. & Gilleade, K. (Eds). 2014. Meaningful interaction with physiological computing. In Fairclough & Gilleade (Eds.) Advances In Physiological Computing. Springer

Fairclough, S.H., van der Zwaag, M., Spiridon, E & Westerlink, J. 2014. Effects of mood induction via music on cardiovascular measures of negative emotion during simulated driving. Physiology & Behaviour, 129, 173-180. pdf

Fairclough S.H. 2014. Physiological data should remain confidential. Nature, 505, 263.  pdf

Poole, H.M., Fairclough, S.H., Wade, K. & Elves, S. 2014.  Gaming in the clinic: effects of game demand on pain experience in adult burns patients.  Paper presented at the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) World Congress, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 06 Oct 2015 – 11 Oct 2014

2013

Kreplin U. & Fairclough S.H. 2013. Activation of the rostromedial prefrontal cortex during the experience of positive emotion in the context of aesthetic experience. An fNIRS study. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7.  pdf

Fairclough, S.H., Gilleade K., Ewing, K.C. & Roberts, J. 2013. Capturing user engagement via psychophysiology: measures and mechanisms for biocybernetic adaptation. International Journal of Autonomous and Adaptive Communications Systems, 6(1), 63-79. pdf

Fairclough, S.H. & Burns, C.G. 2013. Decomposing immersion: effects of display type and game demand on auditory evoked potentials. CHI EA 2013. pdf

Karran, A.J., Fairclough, S.H. & Gilleade, K. 2013. Towards an adaptive cultural heritage experience using physiological computing. CHI 2013. pdf

Kastenmüller, A., Greitemeyer, T., Fairclough, S.H., Waite, D., & Fischer, P. 2013. Playing exergames: The impact of identification with one’s game character on physical activity. Social Psychology, 44(4), 264-270.  pdf

Roberts, C.A., Fairclough, S.H., Fisk, J.E., Tames, F.T. & Montgomery, C. 2013. Electrophysiological indices of response inhibition in human polydrug users. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 27(9), 779-789. pdf

Roberts, C.A., Fairclough, S.H., Fisk, J.E., Tames, F. & Montgomery, C. 2013. ERP evidence suggests executive dysfunction in ecstasy polydrug users. Psychopharmacology, 228(3), 375-388.  pdf

2012

Poel, M., Nijboer, F., van den Broek, E.L., Fairclough, S.H. & Nijholt, A. 2012. Brain Computer Interfaces as intelligent sensors for enhancing human-computer interaction. Proceedings of the 14th ACM International Conference on MultiModal Interaction. Santa Monica, ACM.

Fairclough, S.H. & Gilleade, K.E. 2012. Construction of the biocybernetic loop: a case study. Proceedings of the 14th ACM International Conference on MultiModal Interaction. Santa Monica, ACM.  pdf

Goodwin, L., Fairclough, S.H. & Poole, H.M. 2012. A cognitive-perceptual model of symptom perception in males and females: exploring the roles of negative affect, selective attention, health anxiety and psychological job demands. Journal of Health Psychology, 18(6), 848-857. pdf

Fairclough, S.H. & Spiridon, E. 2012. Cardiovascular and electrocortical markers of anger and motivation during a simulated driving task. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 84(2), 188-193. pdf

Serbedzija, N. & Fairclough, S.H. 2012. Reflective pervasive systems. ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems (TAAS), 7(1), Article No. 12. pdf

Fairclough, S.H & Mulder, L. M. J. Psychophysiological Processes of Mental Effort Investment. In Wright, R & Gendolla, G (Eds) How Motivation Affects the Cardiovascular Response: mechanisms and applications. APA pdf

2011

Fairclough, S.H. Physiological Computing: Interfacing with the Human Nervous System. In Ouwerkerk, M. (Eds) Sensing Emotions in Context. Springer.  pdf

Fairclough, S.H. & Roberts, J. Effects of performance feedback on cardiovascular reactivity and frontal EEG asymmetry. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 81, 291-298 pdf

Fairclough, S.H., Gilleade, K, Nacke, L.E. & Mandryk, R.L. 2011. Brain and body interfaces: designing for meaningful interaction. CHI EA’11: Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference extended abstracts on human factors in computing systems. ACM.  pdf

van der Zwaag, M.D., Fairclough, S.H., Spiridon, E & Westerlink, J.H.D.M. The impact of music on affect during anger inducing drives. Paper presented at Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII), 2011, Memphis, USA. 

2010

Ewing, K.C. & Fairclough, S.H. 2010. The effects of financial incentives and working memory demand on systolic blood pressure and EEG oscillatory measures of cognitive effort and motivational disposition. Psychophysiology, 47(S1), S83.

Gilleade, K. & Fairclough, S.H. 2010. Physiology as XP: Body Blogging to Victory. Paper presented at BIOS-PLAY workshop at Fun and Games, 2010, Leuven, Belgium. pdf

Ewing, K.C. & Fairclough, S.H. 2010. The impact of working memory load on psychophysiological measures of mental effort and motivational disposition. In De Waard, D. et al (Eds). Human Factors: A system view of human, technology and organisation. Maastricht, The Netherlands: Shaker Publishing. (p. 423-433) pdf

Spiridon, E & Fairclough, S.H. 2010. Anger in the motivational context of states of control and no control. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 77, 269-270.

Fairclough, S.H. & Ewing, K.C. 2010. EEG and cardiovascular correlates of working memory load and motivation. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 77, 282. 

Fairclough, S.H. & Ewing, K.C. 2010. The effect of an extrinsic incentive on psychophysiological measures of mental effort and motivational disposition when task demand is varied. Proceedings of the 54th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, San Francisco 2010, p. 259-263 

Spiridon, E & Fairclough, S.H. 2009. Cardiovascular and EEG indicators of anger and control/no control states. Psychophysiology, 46(S1), S54. 

Ewing, K.E & Fairclough, S.H. 2009. The impact of working memory load on EEG measures of mental effort and motivational disposition. Psychophysiology , 46(S1), S86.

Spiridon, E & Fairclough, S.H. 2009. Detection of anger with and without control for Affective Computing systems. International Conference on Affective Computing & Intelligent Interaction, Amsterdam, September pdf

2009

Fairclough, S.H., Ewing, K.C. & Roberts, J. 2009. Measuring task engagement as an input to physiological computing. Affective Brain-Computer Interfaces (aBCI) workshop as part of International Conference on Affective Computing & Intelligent Interaction, Amsterdam, September 2009.  pdf

Trimmel, M, Fairclough, S.H. & Henning, R. 2009. Psychophysiology in ergonomics. Applied Ergonomics, 40(6), 963-964.

Venables, L. & Fairclough, S.H. 2009. The influence of performance feedback on mental effort regulation. Motivation and Emotion, 33(1), 63-74. pdf

Fairclough, S. H. 2009. Fundamentals of physiological computing. Interacting with Computers, 21, 133-145.  pdf

Serbedzija, N & Fairclough, S.H. 2009. Biocybernetic loop: from awareness to evolution. IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation, Trondheim, Norway, May 2009.  pdf

Fairclough, S.H. & Ewing, K.E. 2009. Managing user workload via the biocybernetic loop. Presentation at the Future and Emerging Technology (FET) Conference, Prague, April, 2009.

Fairclough, S.H. 2009. Biocybernetic adaptation. Presentation at AISB (Artificial Intelligence & Simulation of Behaviour) Convention, Edinburgh, April 2009.

2008

Fairclough, S. H.2008. BCI and Physiological Computings: Differences, Similarities & Intuitive Control. Workshop on BCI and Computer Games, CHI(08), Florence, Italy.  pdf

2007

Fairclough, S. H. & Goodwin, L. 2007. The effect of psychological stress and relaxation on interoceptive accuracy: implications for symptom perception. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 62, 289-295 pdf

Goodwin, L., Fairclough S.H. & Poole, H. 2007. Symptom perception and gender: physical and psychological symptoms. Health Psychology Review, 1, (Supp. 1), 174-175.

Balmer, N.J., Nevill, A.M., Lane, A.M., Ward, P., Williams, A.M. & Fairclough, S.H. 2007. Crowd noise and refereeing consistency. Journal of Sport Sciences, 30(2), 130-145.

Fairclough S. H. 2007. Psychophysiological inference and physiological computer games. Brainplay’07: Brain-Computer Interfaces and Games. Advances in Computer Entertainment, Salzburg, Austria  doc

2006

Fairclough, S. H., Tattersall A. & Houston, K. (2006). The British Driving Test: The influence of anxiety on performance. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology & Behaviour, 9(1), 43-52. pdf

Goodwin, L. & Fairclough, S. H. 2006. Pilot study for the development of a new symptom report questionnaire. Psychology and Health, 21 (Suppl. 1), 59.

Fairclough, S.H. & Venables, L. (2006). Prediction of subjective states from psychophysiology: a multivariate approach. Biological Psychology, 71(1), 100-110. pdf

Goodwin, L. & Fairclough, S. (2006). Gender differences in symptom reporting: the influence of psychological traits. Poster presented at the BPS Division of Health

2005

Fairclough, S.H, Venables, L. & Tattersall, A.J. (2005). The use of autonomic measures for biocybernetic adaptation. Psychophysiology, 42 (Supplement 1), S25.

Fairclough, S. H., Venables, L. & Tattersall, A.J. (2005).  The influence of task demand and learning on the psychophysiological response.  International Journal of Psychophysiology, 56, 171-184. pdf

Fairclough, S.H. & Venables, L. (2005). Psychophysiological predictors of task engagement and distress. In De Waard, D. et al (Eds.) Human Factors In Design, Safety and Management.  Shaker: The Netherlands (p. 349-362). pdf

2004

Fairclough, S. H. & Houston, K. (2004). A metabolic measure of mental effort. Biological Psychology, 66, 177-190. pdf

Allanson, J. & Fairclough,  S.H. (2004).  A research agenda for  physiological computing. Interacting With Computers, 16(5), 857-878. pdf

Fairclough, S.H. & Venables, L. (2004).  Psychophysiological candidates for Biocybernetic Adaptation.  In De Waard, D. et al (Eds.) Human Factors In Design.  Shaker: The Netherlands (p. 177-189).

Venables, L, Allanson, J & Fairclough, S H. (2004). Biocybernetic Adaptation. Computer-Human Interaction (CHI’04) Conference, Vienna, Austria.

Fairclough, S. H. & Venables, L. 2004. Psychophysiological indicators of workload and time-on-task. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA, September 2004. Santa Monica: HFES. pdf

Venables, L & Fairclough, S H. 2004. Psychophysiological predictors of Engagement and Distress. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA, September 2004. Santa Monica: HFES.

2003

Brookhuis, K. A., Fairclough, S. H. & De Waard, D. (2003). Critical indicators of driver impairment. Ergonomics, 46(5), 433-445. pdf

Fairclough, S.H. & Houston, K. (2003). Blood glucose as an index of mental effort. In de Waard, D., Brookhuis, K.A., Breker, S.M., & Verwey, W.B. (Eds.) Human Factors in the Age of Virtual Reality. Shaker: Maastricht.

Tattersall, A. & Fairclough, S.H. (2003). Adaptive automation and modes of control. In Hockey, G.R.J., Gaillard, A.W.K. & Burov, O. (Eds.) Operator Functional State: The Assessment and Prediction of Human Performance Degradation in Complex Tasks. Amsterdam: ISO Press.

2000

Fairclough, S. H. & Van Winsum, W. (2000). The influence of performance feedback on driving performance. Transportation Human Factors, 2(3), 229-246.

Fairclough, S. H. (2000). Mental effort and the functional impairment of the driver. In P. A. Hancock & P. Desmond (Eds.), Stress, Workload and Fatigue. (pp. 479-502). Mahweh, NJ: Erlbaum.

 

1996-1999

Fairclough, S. H. & Graham, R. (1999). Impairment of driving performance caused by sleep deprivation or alcohol: A comparative study. Human Factors, 41(1), 118-128. pdf

Fairclough, S. H., & Graham, R. (1998). Monitoring driver impairment due to sleep deprivation or alcohol. In M. W. Scerbo & M. Mouloua (Eds.), Automation Technology and Human Performance: Current research and trends (pp. 68-79). Mahweh, NJ: Erlbaum.

Fairclough, S. H., May, A. J., & Carter, C. (1997). The effect of time headway feedback on following behaviour. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 29(3), 387-397.

Fairclough, S. H. (1997). Monitoring driver fatigue via driver performance. In Y. I. Noy (Ed.), Ergonomics and Safety of Intelligent Driver Interfaces (pp. 363-380). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Richardson, J., Fairclough, S. H., Fletcher, S., & Scholfield, J. (1997). Driver fatigue: An experimental investigation. In Y. I. Noy (Ed.), Ergonomics and Safety of Intelligent Driver Interfaces (pp. 329-344). Mahweh, NJ: Erlbaum.

Ward, N. J., & Fairclough, S. H. (1997). Acceptance of driver state monitoring systems: Individual differences in subjective fatigue. In T. Rothengatter & E. C. Vaya (Eds.), Traffic and Transport Psychology: Theory and Application (pp. 225-236). Oxford: Elsevier.

Fairclough, S. H., & Ward, N. J. (1996). A protocol for the assessment of subjective sleepiness. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 40th Annual Meeting, Philadephia (Vol. 2, pp. 1283). Santa Monica: Human Factors Society.

Ward, N. J., Fairclough, S. H., & Humphreys, M. (1996). The effect of task automatisation in the automotive context: A field study of an Autonomous Intelligent Cruise Control system. In D. J. Garland & M. R. Endsley (Eds.), International Conference on Experimental Analysis and Measurement of Situational Awareness (pp. 369-374). Daytona, Florida: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Press.

 

1991-1995

Carter, C. J., May, A. J., Smith, F. J., & Fairclough, S. H. (1995). An evaluation of an in-vehicle headway feedback system. In S. A. Robertson (Ed.), Contemporary Ergonomics 1995 (pp. 287-292). London: Taylor and Francis.

Fairclough, S. H., & Maternaghan, M. K. (1993). Changes in drivers’ visual behaviour due to the introduction of complex versus simple route navigation information. In D. Brogan, A. Gale, & K. Carr (Eds.), Visual Search 2 (pp. 419-431). London: Taylor and Francis.

Fairclough, S. H., Ashby, M. C., & Parkes, A. M. (1993). In-vehicle displays, visual workload and usability evaluation. In A. G. Gale, I. D. Brown, C. M. Haslegrave, H. W. Kruysse, & S. P. Taylor (Eds.), Vision In Vehicles IV (pp. 245-254). Amsterdam: North-Holland.

Fairclough, S. H. (1993). Psychophysiological measures of driver workload and stress. In A. M. Parkes & S. Franzen (Eds.), Driving Future Vehicles (pp. 377-390). London: Taylor and Francis.

Eason, K., Johnson, C., & Fairclough, S. H. (1991). The interaction of sensory modalities in the man-machine interface. In J. A. J. Roufs (Ed.), The Man-Machine Interface (pp. 114-124). London: MacMillan Press.

Fairclough, S. H., Hirst, S. J., & Richardson, J. H. (1994). Critical indicators of driver impairment. In S. McFadden, L. Innes, & M. Hill (Eds.), 12th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (Vol. 4, pp. 236-239). Toronto, Canada: Human Factors Association of Canada.

Fairclough, S. H., Planque, S., Martinez, D., & Brookhuis, K. A. (1994). Behavioural responses to a driver impairment monitoring system. In ERTICO (Ed.), First World Congress on Applications of Transport Telematics and Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems (Vol. 4, pp. 2032-2038). Paris: Artech House.

Richardson, J. H., Fairclough, S. H., Fletcher, W. S., & Fairclough, S. H. (1994). Driver fatigue: An experimental investigation of psychophysiological correlates on closed circuit and the public highway. In S. McFadden, L. Innes, & M. Hill (Eds.), 12th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (Vol. 4, pp. 216-218). Toronto, Canada: Human Factors Association of Canada.

Smith, F. J., Ashby, M. C., & Fairclough, S. H. (1994). Cruise control use: Driver attitudes and behaviour. In S. McFadden, L. Innes, & M. Hill (Eds.), 12th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (Vol. 4, pp252-254). Toronto, Canada: Human Factors Association of Canada.

Fairclough, S. H., & Hirst, S. J. (1993). Driver status monitoring: Can in-vehicle IT detect the impaired driver? In E. J. Lovesey (Ed.), Contemporary Ergonomics 1993 (pp. 469-474). London: Taylor and Francis.

Parkes, A. M., Fairclough, S. H., & Ashby, M. C. (1993). Carphone use and motorway driving. In E. J. Lovesey (Ed.), Contemporary Ergonomics 1993 (pp. 469-474). London: Taylor and Francis.

Fairclough, S. H., & Parkes, A. M. (1991). Comparative merits of psychophysiological and subjective measures of driver effort. In E. J. Lovesey (Ed.), Contemporary Ergonomics 1991 (pp. 394-399). London: Taylor and Francis.

Pavan, S., Minciullo, G., Bentley, C., Hirst, S. J., & Fairclough, S. H. (1991). Human factors aspects of video control in a multi-media environment. In E. J. Lovesey (Ed.), Contemporary Ergonomics 1991 (pp. 415-420). London: Taylor and Francis.

Ashby, M. C., Parkes, A. M., Fairclough, S. H., & Lorenz, K. (1991). A comparison of route navigation and route guidance systems in an urban environment, Proceedings of the ISATA Conference 1991 (pp. 659-666). Florence, Italy: ISATA

Fairclough, S. H., Ross, T., Ashby, M. C., & Parkes, A. M. (1991). Effects of handsfree cellphone use on driver behaviour. Proceedings of the ISATA Conference 1991 (pp. 405-410). Florence, Italy: ISATA.

Parkes, A. M., Ashby, M. C., Fairclough, S. H., & Lorenz, K. (1991). The effects of different in-vehicle route information displays on driver behaviour. International Conference on Vehicle Navigation and Information Systems (VNIS) (pp. 506-512). Dearborn: SAE.

Parkes, A. M., Fairclough, S. H., & Ross, T. (1991). Multi-level evaluations of in-vehicle route navigation system. In E. J. Lovesey (Ed.), Contemporary Ergonomics 1991 (pp. 157-162). London: Taylor and Francis.

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