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Biography

Dr Tim Gamble is Senior Lecturer in Psychology. He holds a ​BA Artificial Intelligence/Geography from the University of Birmingham and a PhD Psychology from the University of Sheffield.

Higher Education Teaching Qualification: Higher Education Academy Fellowship (FHEA).

Publications

Journal articles

  • Maras, K., Gamble, T. & Brosnan, M. (in press). Supporting metacognitive monitoring in mathematics learning for young people with autism spectrum disorder: a classroom-based study. Autism.
  • Cheetham, T., Turner-Cobb, J.M., & Gamble, T. (2016). Children’s implicit understanding of the stress-illness link: testing development of health cognitions. British Journal of Health Psychology 21(4), 781-795.
  • Gamble, T., & May, J. (2016). Transitions in Interface Objects: Searching Databases. Advances in Human-Computer Interaction, 2016(5916843), 1-5.
  • Gamble, T., & Walker, I. (2016). Wearing a bicycle helmet can increase risk taking and sensation seeking in adults. Psychological Science, 27(2), 289-294.
  • Gamble, T., Walker, I., & Laketa, A. (2015). Bicycling campaigns promoting health versus campaigns promoting safety: A randomized controlled online study of ‘dangerization'. Journal of Transport and Health, 2(3), 369-378.
  • Brosnan, M., Ashwin, C., & Gamble, T. (2013). Greater empathizing and reduced systemizing in people who show a jumping to conclusions bias in the general population: implications for psychosis. Psychosis, 5(1), 71-81.
  • Jones, C. R., Eiser, J. R., & Gamble, T. (2012). Assessing the impact of framing on the comparative favourability of nuclear power as an electricity generating option in the UK. Energy Policy, 41, 451-465.

Book chapters

  • May, J., & Gamble T. (2014). Collocating interface objects: zooming into maps. In: M. Jones, P. Palanque, A. Schmidt & T. Grossman (Eds), Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 2085-2094). New York: ACM.
  • Law, E. L., Gamble, T., & Schwarz, D. (2009). Gender and cultural differences in perceiving game characters of digital educational games. In: T. Gross, J. Gulliksen, P. Kotzé, L. Oestreicher, P. Palanque, R. O. Prates & M. Winckler (Eds), Human-Computer Interaction – INTERACT 2009 (pp. 149-153). Berlin: Springer.
  • Law, E. L., Gamble, T., Schwarz, D., Kickmeier-Rust, M. D., & Holzinger, A. (2009). A mixed-method approach on digital educational games for K12: gender, attitudes and performance. In: A. Holzinger & K. Miesenberger (Eds), HCI and Usability for e-Inclusion (pp. 42-54). Berlin: Springer.
  • Johnson, H., Johnson, P., Wild, P., May, J., & Gamble, T. (2001). Modelling multiple and collaborative tasks. In: J. Vanderdonckt, A. Blanford & A. Derycke (Eds), Joint AFIHM-BCS conference on Human-Computer Interaction: Interactions without frontiers: IHM-HCI 2001 Vol II (pp. 217). Toulouse: Cépaduès-Éditions.

Conferences

  • ​Maras, K., Brosnan, M., and Gamble, T. (2016). Metacognitive Support for Mathematics Learning in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Paper presented at International Meeting for Autism Research, Boston, USA.
  • Gamble, T., Walker, I., & Laketa, A. (2015). Does promoting bicycle safety inadvertently discourage bicycling? Poster presented at British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, London, UK.
  • Maras, K., Brosnan, M., & Gamble, T. (2015). Supporting metacognitive difficulties to improve mathematics learning in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Paper presented at Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition XI conference, Victoria, Canada.
  • Turner-Cobb, J.M., Gamble T., Cheetham, T., & Katsampouris, E. (2015). BEST you can do? Poster presented at University of Bath Images of Research, Bath, UK.
  • May, J., & Gamble T. (2014). Collocating Interface Objects: Zooming into Maps. Paper presented at SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Toronto, Canada.
  • Gamble T., & Walker I. (2014). Making Cycling Safer. Poster presented at University of Bath Images of Research, Bath, UK.
  • Cheetham, T., Turner-Cobb, J. M., & Gamble, T. (2013). Implicit understanding of stress and illness in a sample of 5-11 year olds: Novel application of an experimental approach. Paper presented at British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, Brighton, UK.
  • Law, E.L., Gamble, T., & Schwarz, D. (2009). Gender and Cultural Differences in Perceiving Game Characters of Digital Educational Games. Paper presented at Interact 2009 12th IFIP TC13 Conference in Human-Computer Interaction, Uppsala, Sweden.
  • Jones, C. R., Eiser, J. R., & Gamble, T. (2009). Framing the nuclear debate: Could climate change be the key to a sustainable energy future? Paper presented at Social Psychology Section Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society, Sheffield, UK.
  • Gamble, T., & May, J. (2003). Task Switching and Switch Cost between task sequences. Poster presented at Cognitive Section Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society, Reading, UK.
  • Gamble, T., & May, J. (2002). Increasing Trial Foreperiod in Task Switching. Poster presented at European Working Memory Symposium, Ghent, Belgium.
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