Publications & Media

Publications

  1. Panok, V., Pavlenko, .V & Korallo, L. (2006). Psychology in the Ukraine. The Psychologist, 19 (12), 730-733

  2. Foreman, N., Boyd-Davis, S., Moar, M., Korallo, L. N. & Chappell, E. (2008). Can virtual environments enhance the learning of historical chronology? Instructional Science, 36(2),155-173

  3. Foreman, N., Korallo, L., Newson, D. & Sarantos, M. (2008). The incorporation of challenge enhances the learning of chronology from a virtual display. Journal of Virtual Reality, 12 (2), 107-113

  4. Korallo, L., Boyd Davis, S., Moar, M., Newson, D. & Coulson, M. (2008). Using VEs in teaching historical chronology. International Journal of Psychology, 43, Issue 3/4, June/August, p.460

  5. Korallo, L., Foreman, N., Boyd-Davis, S., Moar, M., Molify, P (2009) Using VEs to enhance chronological understanding of history in middle school children. In: Cognitive Psychology Section Annual Conference, 1-3 September, 2009, University of Hertfordshire

  6. Korallo, L (2010). Middle school children fail to benefit from virtual historical fly-throughs. 7th Pan-Hellenic conference with International Participation. www.korinthos.uop.gr/~hcicte10/proceedings/173/pdf

  7. Korallo, L (2010). Use of Virtual Environments to improve the learning of historical chronology. PhD thesis, Middlesex University

  8. Korallo, L., Foreman, N., Boyd-Davis, S., Moar, M & Coulson, M. (2012). Can multiple “spatial” virtual timelines convey the relatedness of chronological knowledge across parallel domains? Computers and Education, 58(2),856-862

  9.    Korallo, L., Foreman, N., Boyd-Davis, S., Moar, M., Coulson, M. (2012). Do challenge, task experience and computer familiarity influence the learning of historical chronology from virtual environments in 8-9 year old children? Computers and Education (58), 1106-1116

  10. Korallo, L. (2012). Using VEs to enhance chronological understanding of history. In Research Studies,Literature Reviews and Perspectives in Psychological Science published by Athens Institute for Education and Research, pp.131-143

  11. Korallo, L. Boyd-Davis, S. Foreman, N. & Moar, M ( 2013). “Making Historical Time Memorable” Human-centric Visualization: Theories, Methodologies and Case Studies” edited by Tony Huang, Springer, pp.473-513

  12. Foreman, N and Korallo, L (2014). Past and Future Applications of 3-D technology. Review Paper, Vestnik, pp1-9.

  13. Korallo, L. (provisionally accepted). “The future application of VEs in Education”, Virtual Environments: Developments, Applications and Challenges” to be published by Nova publisher.

  14. Korallo, L.,& Boyd-Davis, S., Foreman, N., (under review). Education and VEs. A review. Educational Researcher

  15. Korallo, L & Foreman, N. (under review). “A comparison of historical chronological learning from three complexities of Virtual Environments”. Educational Researcher

  16. Korallo, L. Foreman, N. & Leplow B. (in preparation). A pilot study. The use of VEs in treating spider phobias.

Conferences

  1. Sandamas, G., Foreman, N. & Korallo, L. N. (2003). Replication of Herman’s [1980] study of children’s spatial reconstructions: Effects of gender, age and activity-passivity. Summer conference, British Psychological Society, Imperial College London, 15-17 June

  2. Sandamas, G., Foreman, N. & Korallo, L. N. (2004). Activity-passivity does not affect children’s spatial reconstruction of a virtual environment. British Psychological Society, Developmental Section Conference, Leeds, 2 August

  3. Korallo, L. N. (2004). Perspectives in Cross-Cultural Psychiatry: Schizophrenia and Religion. Hanoi State University, Psychology Department, Vietnam, 20-22 December

  4. Korallo, L. N. (2005). Perspectives in Cross-Cultural Psychiatry. Schizophrenia and Religion. Jagellonian University British and East European Psychology Group, Krakow, Poland, 11-14 September

  5. Foreman, N., Boyd Davis, S., Moar, M. & Korallo, L. (2007). Accessing Spatial Memory for the Teaching of Chronological History, using Virtual Displays. Plenary Lecture at “Psychology and Society” Conference, Novi Sad, Serbia, October

  6. Korallo, L. (2008). Accessing Spatial Memory for the Teaching of Chronological History, using Virtual Displays. Middlesex University. Social Science Research Group, 10th January

  7. Korallo, L. (2008). Using VEs in teaching historical chronology. Poster presentation, XXIXth International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, Germany, 20-25 July

  8. Korallo, L. Foreman, N., Boyd-Davis, S., Moar, M., and Newson, D (2009). Using VEs to enhance chronological understanding of history. 3rd International Conference on Psychology. Athens, Greece, 8-11 June

  9. Korallo, L. (2009).VE and its application to teaching chronology. Middlesex University School of Health and Social Sciences Annual Summer Conference, London, UK, 25 July

  10. Korallo, L. Foreman, N., Boyd-Davis, S., Moar, M. and Newson, D. (2009). Using VEs to enhance chronological understanding of history in primary school children. Poster presentation at the 11th European Congress of Psychology, , Oslo, Norway, 7-10 July.

  11. Korallo, L.,Foreman, N., Boyd-Davis, S., Moar, M. and Newson, D. (2009). Using VEs to enhance chronological understanding of history in middle school children. Cognitive Psychology Section, 26th Annual conference, British Psychological Society, University of Hertfordshire, 1-3 September

  12. Korallo, L. (2010). Using VEs to enhance chronological understanding of history. 7th Pan-Hellenic conference with International Participation. Korinthos, Greece, 21-23 September

  13. Korallo, L., Foreman, N., Boyd-Davis, S., Moar, M., and Newson, D. (2011). Virtual time lines in the teaching of historical chronology. 11th European Congress of Psychology, Istanbul, 4-8 July

Journal Reviews

  1. Computers and Education

  2. Educational research

  3. The Journal of Educational Training

Book Contributions

  1. “Human-centric Visualization: Theories, Methodologies and Case Studies” edited by Tony Huang to be published by Springer in August, 2013

  2. “Virtual Environments: Developments, Applications and Challenges” to be published by Nova publisher

Contribution To Proposals

  1. Leverhulme Trust (awarded 80.000 GBR)

  2. Research in the Wild

  3. Russian Scientific Foundation; grant number RNF 14-15-00918

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