Cox A.L. (2015) Managing digital interruptions in an always-connected world In ‘Switching on and switching off’: building e-resilience for work-life balance and wellbeing – presented at Invited Symposium at Divisional of Occupational Psychology 2016
Cecchinato, M; Cox, AL; Bird, J; (2015) Smartwatches: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly? In: CHI’15 Extended Abstracts.
Cecchinato, ME; Cox, AL; Bird, J; (2015) Working 9-5? Professional Differences in Email and Boundary Management Practices. In: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
Cecchinato, M; Fleck, R; Bird, J; Cox, AL; (2015) Online vs. Offline: Implications for Work Identity. In: CHI Workshop: “Between the lines: Re-evaluating the Online/Offline Binary”.
Fleck, R; Cox, A; Robison, RA; Balancing Boundaries: Using Multiple Devices to Manage Work-Life Balance. In: (Proceedings) CHI 2015. ACM
Cecchinato, M., Cox, A.L., & Bird, J. (2014) “I check my emails on the toilet”: Email Practices and Work-Home Boundary Management. Socio-technical systems and Work-Home Boundaries Workshop at MobileHCI 20142014
Collins, E. I. M. & Cox, A. L. (2014). Switch on to games: Can digital games aid post-work recovery? International Journal of Human-Computer Studies.
Collins, E. I. M. & Cox, A.L. (2014) Out of Work, Out of Mind? Smartphone Use and Work-Life Boundaries. Socio-technical systems and Work-Home Boundaries Workshop at MobileHCI 2014
Collins, E. I. M., Cox, A. L., Bird, J. & Harrison, D. (2014). Social Networking Use and RescueTime: The issue of Engagement. Disasters in Personal Informatics workshop, Ubicomp 2014
Fleck, R., Robison, R., & Cox, A.L. (2014) Balancing Boundaries: The Role of Technology Boundary Work in Managing Work-Life Balance. Socio-technical systems and Work-Home Boundaries Workshop at MobileHCI 2014
Mauthner, N. & Kazimierczak, K. (2014) Technology and the (Re)Making of Work and Family. Socio-technical systems and Work-Home Boundaries Workshop at MobileHCI 2014
Bradley, A., Brumby, D., Cox, A. L. and Bird, J. (2013) How to manage your inbox: Is a once a day strategy best? In Proceedings of British HCI. PDF
Brumby, D., Cox, A. L. and Bird, J. (2013) Too Much Email, Too Much Checking. British HCI habits workshop. PDF
Cox, A. L., Bird, J. and Fleck, R. (2013) Digital Epiphanies: How self-knowledge can change habits and our attitudes towards them. British HCI habits workshop. PDF
Shabajee, P. and Preist, C. (2013) Digitally Assisted Life-(Im)Balance? British HCI habits workshop. PDF
Stawarz, K., Cox, A. L., Bird, J. and Benedyk, R. (2013) “I’d Sit at Home and Do Work Emails”: How Tablets Affect the Work-Life Balance of Office Workers. CHI Extended Abstracts 2013, 1383-1388. PDF
Zhou, Y., Bird, J., Cox, A. L. and Brumby, D. (2013) Estimating Usage Can Reduce the Stress of Social Networking. Personal Informatics Workshop (CHI’13). PDF