Jonathan Freeman
Jonathan Freeman
i2 media research, Psychology, Goldsmiths University of London
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A cross-media presence questionnaire: The ITC-Sense of Presence Inventory
J Lessiter, J Freeman, E Keogh, J Davidoff
Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments 10 (3), 282-297, 2001
Presence: Concept, determinants and measurement
WA IJsselsteijn5a, H de Ridderb, J Freemanc, SE Avonsd
Effects of stereoscopic presentation, image motion, and screen size on subjective and objective corroborative measures of presence
W IJsselsteijn, H De Ridder, J Freeman, SE Avons, D Bouwhuis
Presence 10 (3), 298-311, 2001
Using behavioral realism to estimate presence: A study of the utility of postural responses to motion stimuli
J Freeman, SE Avons, R Meddis, DE Pearson, W IJsselsteijn
Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments 9 (2), 149-164, 2000
Effects of sensory information and prior experience on direct subjective ratings of presence
J Freeman, SE Avons, DE Pearson, WA IJsselsteijn
Presence 8 (1), 1-13, 1999
Perceived depth and the feeling of presence in 3DTV
W IJsselsteijn, H De Ridder, R Hamberg, D Bouwhuis, J Freeman
Displays 18 (4), 207-214, 1998
Personality traits associated with problematic and non-problematic massively multiplayer online role playing game use
E Collins, J Freeman, T Chamarro-Premuzic
Personality and individual differences 52 (2), 133-138, 2012
Presence: Where are we?
WA IJsselsteijn, J Freeman, H De Ridder
Cyberpsychology & Behavior 4 (2), 179-182, 2001
Focus group exploration of presence through advanced broadcast services
J Freeman, SE Avons
Human Vision and Electronic Imaging V 3959, 530-539, 2000
Immersed in media: Telepresence theory, measurement & technology
M Lombard, F Biocca, J Freeman, W IJsselsteijn, RJ Schaevitz
Springer, 2015
Do problematic and non-problematic video game players differ in extraversion, trait empathy, social capital and prosocial tendencies?
E Collins, J Freeman
Computers in Human Behavior 29 (5), 1933-1940, 2013
When presence and emotion are related, and when they are not
J Freeman, J Lessiter, K Pugh, E Keogh
8th annual international workshop on presence, September, 21-23, 2005
Cinematic language and the description of film: Keeping AD users in the frame
L Fryer, J Freeman
Perspectives 21 (3), 412-426, 2013
Symbiotic interaction: a critical definition and comparison to other human-computer paradigms
G Jacucci, A Spagnolli, J Freeman, L Gamberini
Symbiotic Interaction: Third International Workshop, Symbiotic 2014 …, 2014
Aroused and immersed: the psychophysiology of presence
C Dillon, E Keogh, J Freeman, J Davidoff
Proceedings of 3rd International Workshop on Presence, Delft University of …, 2000
Development of a new cross-media presence questionnaire: The ITC-sense of presence inventory
J Lessiter, J Freeman, E Keogh, J Davidoff
Proceedings of PRESENCE, 2000
Here, there and everywhere: the effects of multichannel audio on presence
J Freeman, J Lessiter
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001
Touching words is not enough: How visual experience influences haptic–auditory associations in the “Bouba–Kiki” effect
L Fryer, J Freeman, L Pring
Cognition 132 (2), 164-173, 2014
It’s been emotional’: Affect, physiology, and presence
C Dillon, E Keogh, J Freeman
Proceedings of the Fifth Annual International Workshop on Presence, Porto …, 2002
Can you feel what I’m saying? The impact of verbal information on emotion elicitation and presence in people with a visual impairment
L Fryer, J Freeman
Proceedings of the international society for presence research, 99-107, 2014
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