Cardiff Metropolitan Research Repository (DSpace)
Cardiff Metropolitan's Research Repository provides access to all of the University’s research and other scholarly output. We facilitate open access to research by providing a place for everyone to discover and access knowledge.
Find out how to submit to the repository and take a look at our open access and submission policies on our DSpace pages.
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Challenging the knowledge-transfer orthodoxy: Knowledge co-construction in technology-enhanced learning for children with autism (British Educational Research Association., 2017-04-05)Experimental intervention studies constitute the current dominant research designs in the autism education field. Such designs are based on a ‘knowledge-transfer’ model of evidence-based practice in which research is ...
(Taylor and Francis, 2017-07-10)Identification of errors or anomalous values, collectively considered outliers, assists in exploring data or through removing outliers improves the statistical analysis. In biomechanics, outlier detection methods have ...
Using Real-time Biofeedback of Heart Rate Variability Measures to Track and Help Improve Levels of Attention and Relaxation (ACM, 2017-06-27)The main purpose of the study was to investigate if it was possible for a person to use the real-time biofeedback of their heart rate variability (HRV), recorded from a heart rate monitor watch, to help improve their level ...
Jealousy Levels in Response to Infidelity-Revealing Facebook Messages Depend on Sex, Type of Message and Message Composer: Support for the Evolutionary Psychological Perspective (Springer, 2017-07-06)Sex differences in how and to what extent jealousy manifests have long been documented by evolutionary psychologists with males showing more pronounced responses to sexual infidelity and females to emotional infidelity. ...
(Scientific Research, 2017-03-06)The main purpose of this study was to analyze the physiological response of participants during a creative activity and compare the results to their physiological response during states of high attention and relaxation. ...
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