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2011

Ashery, Oreet and Cussans, John and MacCormack, Patricia (2011) What are we scared of? what should we be scared of? In: Spill Salon 2, Spill Festival of Performance, 22nd April 2011, The Barbican. (Unpublished)

2015

Farid, Mark (2015) Anonymity is our only right, and that is why it must be destroyed (University of Cambridge). [Performance]

Farid, Mark (2015) Art and Alterity in the Age of Virtual Reality. In: DécaLabs: Presenting Seeing I, 25 March 2015, Google Cultural Institute, Paris.

Farid, Mark (2015) Augmentation Without Boundaries. In: ISMAR 2015: Presenting Seeing I, 29 September - 3 October 2015, Fukuoka International Congress Centre, Japan.

Farid, Mark (2015) I took myself offline completely. Here's why. The Telegraph. ISSN 0307-1235

2016

Farid, Mark (2016) FutureFest: Digital Love. In: FutureFest: Digital Love, 17-18 September 2016, Tobacco Docks, London.

Farid, Mark (2016) Why I am publishing all my private emails, messages and phone calls to the internet in real time. The Telegraph. ISSN 0307-1235

2017

Farid, Mark (2017) TEDxWARWICK: Breaking Boundaries. In: TEDxWarwick: Breaking Boundaries, 4 March 2017, Warwick Arts Centre.

Chen, Zhen Troy (2017) Trauma reporting and its impacts on journalists: A case study of leading Chinese news outlets. In: Conflict, Trauma and the Media: A Collection of Essays. Cambridge Scholars, pp. 66-86. ISBN 978-1-4438-7903-3

2018

Camic, Paul M. and Crutch, Sebastian J. and Murphy, Charlie and Firth, Nicholas, F. and Harding, Emma and Harrison, Charles R. and Howard, Susannah and Strohmaier, Sarah and Van Leewen, Janneke and West, Julian and Windle, Gill and Wray, Selina and Zeilig, Hannah (2018) Conceptualising and Understanding Artistic Creativity in the Dementias: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Research and Practise. Frontiers in Psychology, 9. pp. 1-12. ISSN 1664-1078

2019

Harris, Elspbeth and Bardey, Aurore (2019) Do Instagram profiles accurately portray personality? Frontiers in Psychology, 10 (871). ISSN 1664-1078

Farid, Mark (2019) Art (I)Relevance: Mark Farid presenting Seeing I: Pilot. In: Barbican Centre: AI and Art Futures Symposium, 12 September 2019, Barbican Centre, London.

Farid, Mark (2019) Being a Citizen in the Digital Age. In: Touch Me: Being a Citizen in the Digital Age, 15 December 2018 - 31 March 2019, Hôtel des Postes Strasbourg, France.

Farid, Mark (2019) Seeing I: Pilot (Ars Electronica Digital Arts Festival). [Show/Exhibition]

Farid, Mark (2019) Seeing I: Seven days in Virtual Reality. In: Ars Electronica Digital Arts Festival: Seeing I: Pilot, 3-9 September 2019, Atelierhaus Salzamt, Austria.

2021

Rubinstein, Daniel (2021) Re-visiting Anti-Oedipus. European Journal of psychotherapy and counselling, 23 (2). ISSN 1364-2537 (Submitted)

Jones, Benedict C. and Jones, Alex L. and Victor, Shiramizu and Anderson, Claire (2021) What Does Women’s Facial Attractiveness Signal? Implications for an Evolutionary Perspective on Appearance Enhancement. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 51. pp. 67-71. ISSN 1573-2800

Farid, Mark (2021) Seeing I: The Lives of Hounslow (Watermans Arts Centre). [Show/Exhibition]

2022

Zeilig, Hannah and van der byl Williams, Millie (2022) Broadening and deepening the understanding of agency in dementia. Medical Humanities. pp. 1-10. ISSN 1473-4265

Zeilig, Hannah and Dickens, Laura and Camic, Paul (2022) The psychological and social impacts of museum-based programmes for people with a mild-to-moderate dementia: a systematic review. International Journal of Ageing and Later Life. ISSN 1652-8670

Salamon, Michelle (2022) Transparency. In: Showing Theory to Know Theory. Showing Theory Press, Ottawa, ON, Canada. ISBN 978-1-77806-021-2

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