Philip Barnard
Philip Barnard
Medical Research Council Cambridge (retired)
Verified email at mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk
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Affect, cognition, and change: Re-modelling depressive thought
JD Teasdale, PJ Barnard
Psychology Press, 1995
13411995
Reduced specificity of autobiographical memory and depression: The role of executive control
T Dalgleish, JMG Williams, AMJ Golden, N Perkins, LF Barrett, PJ Barnard, ...
Journal of experimental psychology. General 136 (1), 23, 2007
5472007
Interacting cognitive subsystems: A systemic approach to cognitive-affective interaction and change
PJ Barnard, JD Teasdale
Cognition & Emotion 5 (1), 1-39, 1991
3801991
Interacting cognitive subsystems: A psycholinguistic approach ot shortterm memory
P Barnard
Progress in the psychology of lanuage 2, 197-258, 1985
3371985
Cognitive resources and the learning of human-computer dialogs
PJ Barnard
Interfacing thought: Cognitive aspects of human-computer interaction, 112-158, 1987
2101987
Understanding culture across species
RW Byrne, PJ Barnard, I Davidson, VM Janik, WC McGrew, ┴ Miklˇsi, ...
Trends in cognitive Sciences 8 (8), 341-346, 2004
1622004
Consistency and compatibility in human-computer dialogue
PJ Barnard, NV Hammond, J Morton, JB Long, IA Clark
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 15 (1), 87-134, 1981
1561981
Systems, interactions, and macrotheory
P Barnard, J May, D Duke, D Duce
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) 7 (2), 222-262, 2000
1452000
Reduced autobiographical memory specificity and posttraumatic stress: exploring the contributions of impaired executive control and affect regulation.
T Dalgleish, J Rolfe, AM Golden, BD Dunn, PJ Barnard
Journal of abnormal psychology 117 (1), 236, 2008
1402008
Bridging between basic theories and the artifacts of human-computer interaction
P Barnard
Designing interaction, 103-127, 1991
140*1991
Interacting Cognitive Subsystems: Modeling working memory phenomena within a multiprocessor architecture.
PJ Barnard
Cambridge University Press, 1999
1281999
Syndetic modelling
DJ Duke, PJ Barnard, DA Duce, J May
Human-Computer Interaction 13 (4), 337-393, 1998
1271998
Recollection deficits in dysphoric mood: An effect of schematic models and executive mode?
C Ramponi, P Barnard, I Nimmo‐Smith
Memory 12 (5), 655-670, 2004
1262004
The amygdala response to images with impact
MP Ewbank, PJ Barnard, CJ Croucher, C Ramponi, AJ Calder
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 4 (2), 127-133, 2009
1022009
Cognitive modelling for user requirements
PJ Barnard, J May
NORTH HOLLAND STUDIES IN TELECOMMUNICATION, 101-101, 1993
1001993
Differentiation in cognitive and emotional meanings: an evolutionary analysis
PJ Barnard, DJ Duke, RW Byrne, I Davidson
Cognition and Emotion 21 (6), 1155-1183, 2007
952007
The use of scenarios in human-computer interaction research: Turbocharging the tortoise of cumulative science
RM Young, P Barnard
ACM SIGCHI Bulletin 17 (SI), 291-296, 1987
941987
Paying attention to meaning
PJ Barnard, S Scott, J Taylor, J May, W Knightley
Psychological Science 15 (3), 179-186, 2004
892004
Design practice and interface usability: Evidence from interviews with designers
N Hammond, A J°rgensen, A MacLean, P Barnard, J Long
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human Factors in Computing Systemsá…, 1983
881983
‘Just fill in this form’—A review for designers
P Wright, P Barnard
Applied ergonomics 6 (4), 213-220, 1975
861975
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