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  • Perception of risky security behaviour by users: survey of current approaches 

    Shepherd, Lynsay A.; Archibald, Jacqueline; Ferguson, R. Ian (Springer, 2013)
    What constitutes risky security behaviour is not necessarily obvious to users and as a consequence end-user devices could be vulnerable to compromise. This paper seeks to lay the groundwork for a project to provide instant ...
  • Reducing risky security behaviours: utilising affective feedback to educate users 

    Shepherd, Lynsay A.; Archibald, Jacqueline; Ferguson, R. Ian (MDPI, 2014)
    Despite the number of tools created to help end-users reduce risky security behaviours, users are still falling victim to online attacks. This paper proposes a browser extension utilising affective feedback to provide ...
  • Towards an affective self-service agent 

    Martin, Christopher J.; Archibald, Jacqueline; Ball, Leslie D.; Carson, Lloyd (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2011-08-29)
    While emotional intelligence plays a key role in facilitating satisfactory interactions between people, its application is both underexplored and underexploited in Human-Computer Interaction. Self-service technology is ...
  • Towards an affective self-service agent 

    Martin, Christopher J.; Archibald, Jacqueline; Ball, Leslie D.; Carson, Lloyd (Springer-Verlag, 2013)
    While emotional intelligence plays a key role in facilitating satisfactory interactions between people, its application is both underexplored and underexploited in human–computer interaction. Self-service technology is ...
  • Towards the improvement of self-service systems via emotional virtual agents 

    Martin, Christopher J.; Ball, Leslie D.; Archibald, Jacqueline; Carson, Lloyd (British Informatics Society Limited (BISL), 2012)
    Affective computing and emotional agents have been found to have a positive effect on human-computer interactions. In order to develop an acceptable emotional agent for use in a self-service interaction, two stages of ...
  • Using whole utterance prediction rate to increase conversational rate 

    Archibald, Jacqueline; File, Portia (ISAAC, 2008-08-07)
    VOCAS based on pre-stored speech can increase the rate of social conversation by people who are unable to speak. Further, using such a VOCA, Todman and Rzepecka (2003) have demonstrated a strong causal relationship between ...