BiographyDr. Sarah Foley is a Lecturer in Applied Psychology and Human-Computer Interaction. Her research interests lie at the intersection of ageing, care and technology. She completed here PhD in 2019, which examined the role of design and technology in dementia care. Current research interest include care, online communities and qualitative methodology. She is a member of the Irish Network for Pluralism in Qualitative Research (INPQR) based in the School of Applied Psychology.
Peer Reviewed Journals
|(2019)||'The Struggle for Recognition in Advanced Dementia: Implications for Experience-Centered Design' |
Sarah Foley, John Mcarthy and Nadia Pantidi (2019) 'The Struggle for Recognition in Advanced Dementia: Implications for Experience-Centered Design'. Acm Transactions On Computer-Human Interaction, [DOI] [Details]
|(2018)||proceedings of the 2018 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems |
Daniel Welsh, Kellie Morrissey, Sarah Foley, Roisin McNaney, Christos Salis, John McCarthy, John Vines (2018) Ticket to Talk: Supporting Conversation between Young People and People with Dementia through Digital Media proceedings of the 2018 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems [Details]