Chris Christou

UCL Department of Computer Science, London, England, United Kingdom 
Virtual Environments and Computer Graphics
"Chris Christou"
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Christou C, Michael D. (2014) Aliens versus Humans: Do avatars make a difference in how we play the game? 2014 6th International Conference On Games and Virtual Worlds For Serious Applications, Vs-Games 2014
Apergis N, Christou C, Hassapis C. (2014) Accounting standards convergence dynamics: International evidence from club convergence and clustering Accounting Research Journal. 27: 226-248
Tzanavari A, Matsentidou S, Christou CG, et al. (2014) User experience observations on factors that affect performance in a road-crossing training application for children using the CAVE Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 8524: 91-101
Christou C. (2010) Virtual reality in education Affective, Interactive and Cognitive Methods For E-Learning Design: Creating An Optimal Education Experience. 228-243
Pitta-Pantazi D, Christou C. (2009) Cognitive styles, dynamic geometry and measurement performance Educational Studies in Mathematics. 70: 5-26
Christou CG, Tjan BS, Bülthoff HH. (2003) Extrinsic cues aid shape recognition from novel viewpoints. Journal of Vision. 3: 183-98
Cronly-Dillon J, Persaud K, Gregory R, et al. (2002) Blind subjects explore and navigate the visual world using video images encoded in musical form Journal of Vision. 2: 511a
Christou CG, Thornton IM. (2002) Boundary extension as a function of viewpoint in a virtual scene Journal of Vision. 2: 253a
Christou C, Bülthoff HH. (2000) Perception, representation and recognition: a holistic view of recognition. Spatial Vision. 13: 265-75
Christou CG, Bülthoff HH. (1999) View dependence in scene recognition after active learning. Memory & Cognition. 27: 996-1007
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