William Farr
William Farr
Senior Research Fellow
Verified email at nhs.net - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
Social benefits of a tangible user interface for children with autistic spectrum conditions
W Farr, N Yuill, H Raffle
Autism 14 (3), 237-252, 2010
Working with ‘Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning’(SEAL): Associations with school ethos, pupil social experiences, attendance, and attainment
R Banerjee, K Weare, W Farr
British educational research journal 40 (4), 718-742, 2014
A multimodal approach to examining 'embodiment' in tangible learning environments
S Price, C Jewitt, W Farr
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and …, 2013
Fostering geospatial thinking in science education through a customisable smartphone application
S Price, P Davies, W Farr, C Jewitt, G Roussos, G Sin
British Journal of Educational Technology 45 (1), 160-170, 2014
An augmented toy and social interaction in children with autism
W Farr, N Yuill, S Hinske
International Journal of Arts and Technology 5 (2-4), 104-125, 2012
The computer in the classroom: a medium for enhancing social interaction with young people with autistic spectrum disorders?
A Jacklin, W Farr
British Journal of special education 32 (4), 202-210, 2005
In my own words: configuration of tangibles, object interaction and children with autism
W Farr, N Yuill, E Harris, S Hinske
Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Interaction Design and …, 2010
An introduction to embodiment and digital technology research: Interdisciplinary themes and perspectives
W Farr, S Price, C Jewitt
NCRM, 2012
Cost of assessing a child for possible autism spectrum disorder? An observational study of current practice in child development centres in the UK
M Galliver, E Gowling, W Farr, A Gain, I Male
BMJ paediatrics open 1 (1), 2017
Personalised technology for autism spectrum conditions is the future
W Farr
Journal of Assistive Technologies, 2010
Do Tangible User Interfaces promote social behaviour during free play? A comparison of autistic and typically-developing children playing with passive and digital construction toys
G Francis, W Farr, S Miverva, J Gibson
Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 2018
Collaborative benefits of a tangible interface for autistic children
W Farr, N Yuill, H Raffle
Proc. CHI, 2009
Feasibility of a randomised controlled trial to evaluate home-based virtual reality therapy in children with cerebral palsy
WJ Farr, D Green, S Bremner, I Male, H Gage, S Bailey, S Speller, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 43 (1), 85-97, 2019
Teachers’ tools: designing customizable applications for m-learning activities
S Price, P Davies, W Farr
Routledge Handbook of Mobile Learning, 307-311, 2013
Should clinical services for children with possible ADHD, autism or related conditions be delivered in an integrated neurodevelopmental pathway?
I Male, W Farr, V Reddy
Integrated Healthcare Journal 2 (1), e000037, 2020
How much does it cost to assess a child for possible Autism Spectrum Disorder in the UK National Health Service: An Observational Study
I Male, W Farr, A Gain, E Gowling, J Milton, B Bremner, E Honey, H Gage, ...
31st annual meeting of the European Academy of Childhood Disability (EACD …, 2019
Therapeutic potential and ownership of commercially available consoles in children with cerebral palsy
W Farr, D Green, I Male, C Morris, S Bailey, H Gage, S Speller, V Colville, ...
British Journal of Occupational Therapy 80 (2), 108-116, 2017
G216 A Meta-Analysis of “Wii Therapy” in Children with Cerebral Palsy
W Farr, I Male
Archives of Disease in Childhood 98 (Suppl 1), A97-A97, 2013
Tangible user interfaces and social interaction in children with autism
WJ Farr
University of Sussex, 2011
Current issues and challenges in research on virtual reality therapy for children with neurodisability’
W Farr, I Male, D Green, C Morris, H Gage, B Sarah, S Speller, V Colville, ...
Rehabilitation: Innovations and Challenges in the Use of Virtual Reality …, 2017
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20