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2013

Hills, Laura and Swithenby, Stephen (2013). Achieving and maintaining a symbiosis between institutional priorities, personal professional development and improving student learning. In: Improving Student Learning Symposium 2012: Improving student learning through research and scholarship: 20 years of ISL , 29-31 August 2012, Lund, Sweden, Oxford Brookes University, pp. 177–189. file

2012

Johnson, J.; Buckingham Shum, S.; Willis, A.; Bishop, S.; Zamenopoulos, T.; Swithenby, S.; MacKay, R.; Merali, Y.; Lorincz, A.; Costea, C.; Bourgine, P.; Louçã, J.; Kapenieks, A.; Kelly, P.; Caird, S.; Bromley, J.; Deakin Crick, R.; Goldspink, C.; Collet, P.; Carbone, A. and Helbing, D. (2012). The FuturICT education accelerator. European Physical Journal - Special Topics, 214 pp. 215–243. file

McNab, Fiona; Hillebrand, Arjan; Swithenby, Stephen and Rippon, Gina (2012). Combining temporal and spectral information with spatial mapping to identify differences between phonological and semantic networks: a Magnetoencephalographic (MEG) approach. Frontiers in Psychology , 3(273) file

Hills, Laura and Swithenby, Stephen (2012). Creating allowable personal and professional identities: the impact of changing contexts on SoTL activities and structures. In: ProPEL: Professional Practice, Education and Learning International Conference, 9-11 May 2012, University of Stirling. file

2011

Braeutigam, Sven; Swithenby, Stephen and Bailey, Anthony (2011). Magnetoencephalography (MEG) as a tool to investigate the neurophysiology of autism. In: Roth, Ilona and Rezaie, Payam eds. Researching the Autism Spectrum: Contemporary Perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 156–175.

2010

Hills, Laura and Swithenby, Steve (2010). Practitioner research as experiential learning?: the case of COLMSCT. In: Seventh International Conference on Networked Learning , 3-4 May 2010, Aalborg, Denmark, pp. 877–885. file

2009

Endean, Mark; Swithenby, Stephen and Bai, Bin (2009). Inter-cultural comparisons of staff perceptions on quality in online distance learning. In: Innovation in Learning Communities, 10-13 Jun 2009, Gdansk, Poland. file

Swithenby, Stephen and Hills, Laura (2009). Criteria for effective development of academic staffthrough practitioner research. In: SEDA Spring Learning Teaching & Assessment Conference 2009, 07-09 May 2009, Brighton. file

Butcher, P. G.; Swithenby, S. J. and Jordan, S. E. (2009). eAssessment and the independent learner. In: M-2009: Proceedings of the 23rd ICDE World Conference on Open Learning and Distance Education including the 2009 EADTU Annual Conference, 7-10 Jun 2009, Maastricht, NL. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Robinson, David J. and Swithenby, Stephen J. (2009). Science experiments for communities of distance learners. In: Bilsel, Ayhan and Garip, Mehmet U. eds. Frontiers in Science Education Research: Proceeedings of the Frontiers in Science Education Research Conference, 22-24 March 2009, Famagusta, North Cyprus. Cyprus: Eastern Mediterranean University Press, pp. 487–492. file

Robinson, David and Swithenby, Stephen (2009). Science experiments for communities of distance learners. In: Frontiers in Science Education Research (FISER'09), 22-24 Mar 2009, Famagusta, Cyprus.

2008

Braeutigam, Sven; Swithenby, Stephen J. and Bailey, Anthony J. (2008). Contextual integration the unusual way: a magnetoencephalographic study of responses to semantic violation in individuals with autism spectrum disorders. European Journal of Neuroscience, 27(4) pp. 1026–1036.

Swithenby, Stephen and Jordan, Sally (2008). Supporting open learners by computer based assessment with short free-text responses and tailored feedback. In: 2nd International Multi-Conference on Society, Cybernetics and Informatics, 29 Jun - 02 Jul 2008, Orlando, Florida. file

Swithenby, Stephen (2008). E-assessment for open learning. In: The 6th International Conference on Education and Information Systems, Technologies and Applications: EISTA 2008, in the context of The 2nd International Multi-Conference on Society, Cybernetics and Informatics: IMSCI 2008, 29 June - 2 July 2008, Orlando, FL, USA.

Braeutigam, S.; Kylliainen, A.; Swithenby, S. and Bailey, A. (2008). Face processing in individuals with autism: a longitudinal magnetoencephalographic study. In: International Meeting for Autism Research 2008, 15-17 May 2008, London.

2007

Swithenby, Stephen (2007). Assessment interoperability. Learning Infrastructure for Europe, IMS . file

McNab, F.; Rippon, G.; Hillebrand, A.; Singh, K. D. and Swithenby, S. J. (2007). Semantic and phonological task-set priming and stimulus processing investigated using magnetoencephalography (MEG). Neuropsychologia, 45(5) pp. 1041–1054.

2006

Kylliainen, Anneli; Braeutigam, Sven; Hietanen, Jari K.; Swithenby, Stephen J. and Bailey, Anthony J. (2006). Face- and gaze-sensitive neural responses in children with autism: a magnetoencephalographic study. European Journal of Neuroscience , 24(9) pp. 2679–2690.

Kylliäinen, Anneli; Braeutigam, Sven; Hietanen, Jari K.; Swithenby, Stephen J. and Bailey, Anthony J. (2006). Face and gaze processing in normally developing children: a magnetoencephalographic study. European Journal of Neuroscience, 23(3) pp. 801–810.

2005

Bailey, Anthony J.; Braeutigam, Sven; Jousmäki, Veikko and Swithenby, Stephen J. (2005). Abnormal activation of face processing systems at early and intermediate latency in individuals with autism spectrum disorder: a magnetoencephalographic study. European Journal of Neuroscience, 21(9) pp. 2575–2585.

Jordan, Sally and Swithenby, Stephen (2005). Online summative assessment with feedback as an aid to effective learning at a distance. In: Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Improving Student Learning : Diversity and inclusivity., 06-08 Sep 2004, Birmingham.

2004

Braeutigam, Sven; Rose, Steven P.R.; Swithenby, Stephen J. and Ambler, Tim (2004). The distributed neuronal systems supporting choice-making in real-life situations: differences between men and women when choosing groceries detected using magnetoencephalography. European Journal of Neuroscience, 20(1) pp. 293–302.

Ambler, Tim; Braeutigam, Sven; Stins, John; Rose, Steven and Swithenby, Stephen (2004). Salience and choice: neural correlates of shopping decisions. Psychology and Marketing, 21(4) pp. 247–261.

2003

Braeutigam, Sven and Swithenby, Stephen J. (2003). Endogenous context for visual processing of human faces and other objects. NeuroReport, 14(10) pp. 1385–1389.

2001

Braeutigam, Sven C.A.; Bailey, Anthony J. and Swithenby, Stephen J. (2001). Task-dependent early latency (30-60 ms) visual processing of human faces and other objects. Neuroreport, 12(7) pp. 1531–1536.

Braeutigam, Sven; Bailey, Anthony J. and Swithenby, Stephen J. (2001). Phase-locked gamma band responses to semantic violation stimuli. Cognitive Brain Research, 10(3) pp. 365–377.

Braeutigam, Sven; Stins, John F.; Rose, Steven P.R.; Swithenby, Stephen J. and Ambler, Tim (2001). Magnetoencephalographic signals identify stages in real-life decision processes. Neural Plasticity, 8(4) pp. 241–254.

Hasson, R. and Swithenby, S. J. (2001). The Bayesian Power Imaging (BPI) method for magnetic source imaging. In: Biomag2000, Proc. 12th Int. Conf. on Biomagnetism, August 2000, Helsinki, Finland, Helsinki Univ. of Technology, Espoo, Finland, pp. 697–700. file

Hasson, R.; James, J. A. and Swithenby, S. J. (2001). The Bayesian Power Imaging (BPI) test for task/control experiments. In: Biomag2000, Proc. 12th Int. Conf. on Biomagnetism, August 2000, Helsinki, Finland, Helsinki Univ. of Technology, Espoo, Finland, pp. 701–704. file

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