MacKenzie, S., Hall, R. & Hall, M. (2010). The impact of interactive and collaborative learning activities on the personalised learning of adult distance learners. In J. O’Donoghue (Ed.), Technology Supported Environments for Personalised Learning: Methods and Case Studies. Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global.
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Gathercole, S.E., Pickering, S.J., Hall, M., and Peaker, S.M. (2001). Dissociable lexical and phonological influences on serial recognition and serial recall. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 54A, 1 - 30.
Hall, R. & Hall, M. (2010). Scoping the pedagogic relationship between self-efficacy and Web 2.0 technologies. CJEM Learning, Media and Technology, 35 (3), 255-273.
Pickering, S.J., Gathercole, S.E., Hall, M. & Lloyd, S. (2001). Development of memory for pattern and path: Further evidence for the fractionation of visual and spatial short-term memory. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 54A, 397 – 420.
Wright, D. B. & Hall, M (2007). How a ‘reasonable doubt’ instruction affects decisions of guilt. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 29(1), 85-92.
Wright, D. B., Loftus, E. F. & Hall, M (2001). Now you see it; now you don’t: Inhibiting recall and recognition of scenes. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 15, 471 - 482.
Gathercole, S. E., Pickering, S. J., Peaker, S. H. & Hall, M.. A method for estimating the pure capacity of the phonological loop: Serial repetition. Presented at the Experimental Psychology Section Meeting, Cambridge, 1998.
Pickering, S. J., Gathercole, S. E. & Hall, M.. Static and dynamic processing in children's visuo-spatial memory. Presented at the BPS Cognitive Psychology Section, XIV Annual Conference, Bristol, September 1997.
Wright, D. B., Loftus, E. F. & Hall, M.. Inhibiting recall and recognition with postevent information. Presented at The Society for Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC) Conference, Colorado, July 1999.
Non-Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Hall, M.. To confess or not to confess: What was the question? In, Weeds, J (Ed.)(2002). The 15th White House Papers (Graduate Research in Cognitive and Computing Sciences at Sussex), Volume15, pp. 27-28. Herstmonceux Castle. Cognitive Science Research Papers 552.