Claire O'Malley spends much of her time researching Human–computer interaction, Multimedia, Focus, Cognitive psychology and Iterative design. Claire O'Malley combines subjects such as Perception and Artificial intelligence with her study of Human–computer interaction. The concepts of her Multimedia study are interwoven with issues in Adventure, Mixed reality, Diversity, Wearable computer and Mobile device.
Claire O'Malley integrates many fields, such as Focus and Knowledge management, in her works. Her work carried out in the field of Knowledge management brings together such families of science as Empirical research, Unit of analysis and Variables. Her Cognitive psychology research incorporates themes from Speech perception, Facial expression and Speech processing.
Her primary areas of study are Human–computer interaction, Multimedia, Mathematics education, Educational technology and Pedagogy. The various areas that Claire O'Malley examines in her Human–computer interaction study include Key and Artificial intelligence. Many of her studies on Multimedia involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Exhibition.
Her studies deal with areas such as Motion, Curriculum and Set as well as Mathematics education. Her work deals with themes such as Active learning, Mobile technology, Synchronous learning and Knowledge management, which intersect with Educational technology. Collaborative learning and Cooperative learning are among the areas of Pedagogy where she concentrates her study.
Her primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Latent class model, Impulsivity, Associative learning and Internet privacy. Her research investigates the connection with Developmental psychology and areas like Reinforcement which intersect with concerns in Illusion of control, Affect and Empirical research. Her Latent class model research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Construct, Severity of illness and Set.
Her Impulsivity study combines topics in areas such as Ethnic group and Class membership. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social psychology, Personalization, Social media, User profile and User experience design. Her research investigates the connection between Personalization and topics such as Knowledge management that intersect with problems in Mathematics education.
Her primary areas of investigation include Developmental psychology, Associative learning, Mathematics education, Spacing effect and Extinction. Her Developmental psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Latent class model, Contrast and Construct. Her research integrates issues of Harm and Internet privacy in her study of Associative learning.
Claire O'Malley has included themes like Pedagogy, Data collection and Participatory action research in her Mathematics education study. Spacing effect is intertwined with Reinforcement, Rate of reinforcement, Impulsivity, Illusion of control and Affect in her research.
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The evolution of research on collaborative learning
Pierre Dillenbourg;Michael J. Baker;Agnès Blaye;Claire O'Malley.
E. Spada & P. Reiman (Eds) Learning in Humans and Machine: Towards an interdisciplinary learning science (1996)
Cochrane review: Interventions for treating obesity in children
Hiltje Oude Luttikhuis;Louise Baur;Hanneke Jansen;Vanessa A Shrewsbury.
Evidence-based Child Health: A Cochrane Review Journal (2009)
Designing the spectator experience
Stuart Reeves;Steve Benford;Claire O'Malley;Mike Fraser.
human factors in computing systems (2005)
WP 4 - GUIDELINES FOR LEARNING/TEACHING/TUTORING IN A MOBILE ENVIRONMENT
Claire O'Malley;Giasemi Vavoula;Jp Glew;Josie Taylor.
Face-to-face and video-mediated communication: A comparison of dialogue structure and task performance
Gwyneth Doherty-Sneddon;Anne H Anderson;Claire O'Malley;Stephen Langton.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied (1997)
Ambient wood: designing new forms of digital augmentation for learning outdoors
Y. Rogers;S. Price;G. Fitzpatrick;R. Fleck.
Designing storytelling technologies to encouraging collaboration between young children
Steve Benford;Benjamin B. Bederson;Karl-Petter Åkesson;Victor Bayon.
human factors in computing systems (2000)
Classroom collaboration in the design of tangible interfaces for storytelling
Danae Stanton;Victor Bayon;Helen Neale;Ahmed Ghali.
human factors in computing systems (2001)
Towards a task model for mobile learning: a dialectical approach
Josie Taylor;Mike Sharples;Claire O'Malley;Giasemi Vavoula.
The international journal of learning (2006)
A longitudinal, microgenetic study of the emergence of false belief understanding and inhibition skills
Emma Flynn;Claire O'Malley;David Wood.
Developmental Science (2004)
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