Please note: I don't respond to friend requests or sharing requests from social web sites. I don't have time, and I don't like the ways those sites behave. Anyone who wants to interact with me can easily do so by email without going via an information-suction engine. All my papers and presentations are freely available online via the links below, without the need to register or sign in to anything. I joined Academia as an experiment. Occasionally I find it useful for accessing papers by people who don't have their own web sites. For that, I unfortunately need an account. Mostly I ignore it.
If you need to communicate with me it is MUCH better to do so directly via my email address (above), if you can, than via academia, since Academia will not let me reply directly to you. It seems to want to have access to all communication between its members.
Previously sent items listed at end of this document.
If you would like to upload a copy for X and all other Academia.edu users to see, click the link below...
This seems to be a very nasty attempt to force me to upload my papers to Academia, which I refuse to do because they are already freely available in one place, and if I produce updates (as I sometimes do) I want to have only one location for each update.
In that case I'll provide what the academia member really wants, and leave the information visible for anyone else who wants to find my paper on academia.
I have also provided information below about the locations where other papers can be found.
Academia will not accept papers in html format, so I've had to convert html to pdf for submission. Very annoying.
Links to other papers, presentations, etc.
A partial index of online papers, discussion notes and talks is in
The Cognition and Affect Project papers, along with other publications before
and since can be found here:
A collection of presentations, mostly in PDF format, some also copied to
slideshare.net where they are available in flash format, is here:
Some online videos are available here
Talks on the project
School of Computer Science
The University of Birmingham