Professor Mark Brosnan
Professor Mark Brosnan
Centre for Applied Autism Research (CAAR), Department of Psychology, University of Bath, UK.
Verified email at bath.ac.uk - Homepage
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Technophobia: The psychological impact of information technology
MJ Brosnan
Routledge, 2002
4912002
The impact of computer anxiety and self‐efficacy upon performance
MJ Brosnan
Journal of computer assisted learning 14 (3), 223-234, 1998
4211998
Executive functioning in adults and children with developmental dyslexia
M Brosnan, J Demetre, S Hamill, K Robson, H Shepherd, G Cody
Neuropsychologia 40 (12), 2144-2155, 2002
2992002
Gender, Internet identification, and Internet anxiety: Correlates of Internet use
R Joiner, J Gavin, J Duffield, M Brosnan, C Crook, A Durndell, P Maras, ...
CyberPsychology & Behavior 8 (4), 371-378, 2005
2462005
Gestalt processing in autism: Failure to process perceptual relationships and the implications for contextual understanding
MJ Brosnan, FJ Scott, S Fox, J Pye
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 45 (3), 459-469, 2004
2062004
A cross-cultural comparison of gender differences in computer attitudes and anxieties: The United Kingdom and Hong Kong
M Brosnan, W Lee
Computers in Human Behavior 14 (4), 559-577, 1998
2001998
Gender, internet experience, internet identification, and internet anxiety: a ten-year followup
R Joiner, J Gavin, M Brosnan, J Cromby, H Gregory, J Guiller, P Maras, ...
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 15 (7), 370-372, 2012
1462012
Modeling technophobia: A case for word processing
MJ Brosnan
Computers in human behavior 15 (2), 105-121, 1999
1411999
The impact of psychological gender, gender-related perceptions, significant others, and the introducer of technology upon computer anxiety in students
MJ Brosnan
Journal of educational computing research 18 (1), 63-78, 1998
1321998
Developing IDEAS: Supporting children with autism within a participatory design team
L Benton, H Johnson, E Ashwin, M Brosnan, B Grawemeyer
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems …, 2012
1162012
The relationship between Internet identification, Internet anxiety and Internet use
R Joiner, M Brosnan, J Duffield, J Gavin, P Maras
Computers in Human Behavior 23 (3), 1408-1420, 2007
992007
Computerphobia: Is it a particularly female phenomenon?
M Brosnan, M Davidson
The psychologist 7 (2), 73-78, 1994
991994
Spatial ability in children's play with Lego blocks
MJ Brosnan
Perceptual and Motor Skills 87 (1), 19-28, 1998
891998
The role of psychological gender in the computer-related attitudes and attainments of primary school children (aged 6–11)
MJ Brosnan
Computers & Education 30 (3-4), 203-208, 1998
881998
Psychological gender issues in computing
MJ Brosnan, MJ Davidson
Gender, Work & Organization 3 (1), 13-25, 1996
791996
Comparing first and second generation digital natives' Internet use, Internet anxiety, and Internet identification
R Joiner, J Gavin, M Brosnan, J Cromby, H Gregory, J Guiller, P Maras, ...
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 16 (7), 549-552, 2013
732013
Digit ratio and faculty membership: Implications for the relationship between prenatal testosterone and academia
MJ Brosnan
British journal of psychology 97 (4), 455-466, 2006
732006
Absence of a normal cortisol awakening response (CAR) in adolescent males with Asperger syndrome (AS)
M Brosnan, J Turner-Cobb, Z Munro-Naan, D Jessop
Psychoneuroendocrinology 34 (7), 1095-1100, 2009
632009
Does computer anxiety reach levels which conform to DSM IV criteria for specific phobia?
SJ Thorpe, MJ Brosnan
Computers in Human Behavior 23 (3), 1258-1272, 2007
592007
Adolescents with autism spectrum disorder show a circumspect reasoning bias rather than ‘jumping-to-conclusions’
M Brosnan, E Chapman, C Ashwin
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44 (3), 513-520, 2014
522014
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