This is a list of selected publications by the members of the Neurodiversity + Embodiment research group. Please visit each members’ personal page for a more comprehensive publication listing.

Book Chapters

  • Brown, Scott A., “The Aesthetics of Negotiation: Using interactive technology to facilitate aesthetic choice of children with sensory processing disorders.” In Changing Facts, Changing Minds, Changing Worlds, edited by Julie Lunn, Stephanie Bizjak, and Sue Summers, 80-99. Perth: Black Swan Press, 2013.
  • Silvera-Tawil, David, Iva Strnadová, and Therese M. Cumming, “Social stories in robot-assisted therapy for children with autism spectrum disorders.” In Supporting the Education of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, edited by Yefim Kats, 225-244. IGI Global, 2016.

Conference Presentations & Invited Talks

  • Brown, Scott A., David Silver-Tawil, Petra Gemeinboeck, and John McGhee. “The case for conversation: a design research framework for participatory feedback from autistic children.” Paper presented at the 28th Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction, Launceston, Tasmania, November 29-December 2, 2016.
  • Brown, Scott A., and Jeffrey T. K. V. Koh. “Responsive multisensory environments as a tool to facilitate social engagement in children with an autism spectrum disorder.” Paper presented at SIGGRAPH Asia, Shenzhen, December, 2014.
  • Brown, Scott A., “Autism and theory of mind in interactive spaces.” Paper presented at ISEA2013, Sydney, June, 2013.
  • Leong, Dawn-joy. “Reciprocating Self and Other – lessons from autism.” Paper presented at Disciplinary.Net, “Strangers, Aliens and Foreigners,” Oxford, September, 2013.
  • Leong, Dawn-joy. “Art in a Hidden World – creative process and invisible anomaly.” Paper presented at The Arts in Society Conference, Liverpool, 2012.
  • Leong, Dawn-joy. “Thinking Through the Body – a multimodal perspective from autism.” Paper presented at The International Conference on Research Creativity, Hong Kong, 2012.
  • Leong, Dawn-joy. “Scheherazade’s Sea – mixed media, multisensory installation and performance through the eyes of Asperger’s Syndrome.” Paper presented at Postgraduate Musicological Symposium, Hong Kong, 2010.

Exhibited Works

  • Brown, Scott A. An Exhibition of Process. Sydney: Creative Robotics Lab, 2015.
  • Brown, Scott A. Experiencing Environments in Mighty Healthy. Curated by Alison Groves. Sydney: UNSW Galleries, 2014.