Beaudoin, L. P., Digdon, N., O’Neill, K. & Racour, G. (2015). Serial diverse imagining task: A new remedy for bedtime complaints of worrying and other sleep-disruptive mental activity. (Abstract submitted for publication to SLEEP-2016).
Digdon, N. & Beaudoin, L. P. (2015, July). A test of the somnolent mentation theory and the cognitive shuffle insomnia treatment. Poster presented at the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Pasadena, California USA. Retrieved from http://summit.sfu.ca/item/15270.
Beaudoin, L. P., Gauthier, G. & Winne, P. (2015, July) Cognitive productivity: Can cognitive science improve how knowledge workers use IT to learn from source material? Poster presented at the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Pasadena, California USA. Retrieved from http://summit.sfu.ca/item/15272.
Beaudoin, L. P. (2015, July). Specification for a productive practice app to assess and improve psychological treatments for romantic grief and other tertiary emotions. Poster presented at ISRE 2015. Geneva, Switzerland. (International Society for Research on Emotions). Retrieved from http://summit.sfu.ca/item/15224.
Beaudoin, L. P. (2015) Cognitive Productivity: Using Knowledge to Become Profoundly Effective CogZest: BC. The book is available on Leanpub. https://leanpub.com/cognitiveproductivity/ (First published in 2013.)
Beaudoin, L. P. (2014, July). A design-based approach to sleep-onset and insomnia: super-somnolent mentation, the cognitive shuffle and serial diverse imagining. Paper presented at the 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, workshop on “Computational Modeling of Cognition-Emotion Interactions: Relevance to Mechanisms of Affective Disorders and Therapeutic Action”, Québec, Canada.
Beaudoin, L.P. (2014). Developing expertise with objective knowledge: Motive generators and productive practice. In J. Wyatt, D. Petters, & D. Hogg (Eds.), From animals to robots and back: Reflections on hard problems in the study of cognition (pp. 161–190) Springer.
Beaudoin, L.P. (2011). The designer stance towards Shanahan’s dynamic network theory of the “conscious condition”. International Journal of Machine Consciousness, 3(02), 313–319.
Beaudoin, L.P. and Winne, P.H. (2010). Implications of psychological principles for designing software to improve memory performance in older adults. International Society for Gerontechnology 7th World Conference, 9(2).
Beaudoin, L. P. & Winne (2009). nStudy: An Internet tool to support learning, collaboration and researching learning strategies. Paper presented at the 2009 Canadian e-Learning Conference, Vancouver, BC.