Andrew Monk

Department of Psychology, University of York, York. UK. YO1 5DD.
Tel: 01904 433148, Fax (+44) 01904 433181, Email:


Computers and Fun 3, York, 13th December 2000

See the details for this one-day meeting. Deadline for submission of abstracts 6 November 2000.

Previous meetings I have organised

Can you hear us, Saltaire, Bradford, 14-16 June, 2000 a three-day Design Laboratory on access and mobile technology.

Computers and Fun 2, York, 20th December 1999 a one-day meeting.

Computers and Fun 1, York, 30th November 1998 a one-day meeting. Eight papers were accepted for a special issue of the journal Personal Technologies based on this meeting. They appear in volume 3 number 3, 1999.


This page gives you access to lists of my publications under the headings: books, parts of books and journal articles. You can also access a short summary of my interests in:


Teachers of Statistics may be interested in StatsTest a set of materials for use in assessment (see also York CTI Centre for Psychology).


I am Chair of the British HCI Group, a specialist group of the British Computer Society. I am also an enthusiastic member of the York HCI Group based in the departments of Psychology and Computer Science here.

Famous relatives:

In case you confuse us, my slightly younger brother Tim is a psychologist and well known for his work on circadian rhythm, shift work, jet lag etc. He currently works in Pittsburgh. My much younger brother Simon is a computer scientist known for his work developing the PPIS tool from the Designer's Note Pad (DNP) at Lancaster University. He sells VisualAge parts for data mining with neural nets from his company Bluecrest

Where and when to find me:

I can usually be found in the new Psychology building - in room PS/A116 from 9.00 to 5.30ish. I look like this.