[B.1] Andrea Grimes (2009). Sharing Personal Reflections on Health Locally. Shared Encounters: Content Sharing as Social Glue in Public Places, Springer Press.
[J.3] A.G. Parker (2014). "Reflection-Through-Performance: Personal Implications of Documenting Health Behaviors for the Collective," Journal of Personal & Ubiquitous Computing 18(7): 1737-1752.
[J.2] A.G. Parker & R.E. Grinter (2014). "Collectivistic Health Promotion Tools: Accounting for the Relationship Between Culture, Food and Nutrition," International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 72(2): 185-206.
[J.1] Andrea Grimes Parker, Richard Harper and Beki Grinter (2011). "Celebratory Health Technology," Journal of Diabetes Science & Technology. [PDF]
Peer Reviewed Conference Papers
[C.14] Herman Saksono, Ashwini Ranade, Geeta Kamarthi, Carmen Castaneda-Sceppa, Jessica A. Hoffman, Cathy Wirth, Andrea G. Parker (2015).
Spaceship Launch: Designing a Collaborative Exergame for Families. To appear in Proc. of CSCW 2015.
[C.13] A. G. Parker, I. McClendon, C. Grevet, V. Ayo, W. Chung, and E. Mynatt (2013). I am What I Eat: Identity & Critical Thinking in an Online Health Forum for Kids. In Proc. of CHI 2013. [20% acceptance rate]. [PDF]
[C.12] Andrea G. Parker, Vasudhara Kantroo, Heerin Lee, Miguel Osornio, Mansi Sharma, and Rebecca E. Grinter (2012). Health Promotion as Activism: Building Community Capacity to Effect Social Change. In Proc. of CHI 2012. *Best Paper Award Nomination* [PDF]
[C.11] Andrea Grimes, Vasudhara Kantroo and Rebecca E. Grinter (2010). Let's Play! Mobile Health Games for Adults. In Proc. of UBICOMP 2010. [PDF]
[C.10] Andrea Grimes, Brian Landry and Rebecca E. Grinter. Characteristics of Shared Health Reflections in a Local Community. In Proc. of CSCW 2010. [PDF]
[C.9] Andrea Grimes, Desney S. Tan and Dan Morris (2009). Technological Support for Family Reflections on Health. In Proc. of GROUP 2009. [PDF]
[C.8] Andrea Grimes, Martin Bednar, Jay David Bolter, and Rebecca E. Grinter (2008). EatWell: Sharing Nutrition-Related Memories in a Low-Income Community. In Proc. of CSCW 2008. *Best Paper Award Nomination* [PDF]
[C.7] Andrea Grimes and Richard Harper (2008). Celebratory Technology: New Directions for Food Research in HCI. In Proc. of CHI 2008. *Best Paper Award Nomination* [PDF]
[C.6] Andrea Grimes and A.J. Brush (2008). Life Scheduling to Support Multiple Social Roles. In Proc. of CHI 2008. [PDF]
[C.5] Andrea Grimes and Rebecca E. Grinter (2007). Designing Persuasion: Health Technology for Low-Income African American Communities. In Proc. of Persuasive Technology 2007. [PDF]
[C.4] Andrea Grimes and Peter Tarasewich (2005). Investigating Privacy-Augmented Displays for Mobile Devices. In Proc. of HCI International 2005.
[C.3] Andrea Elaina Grimes and Robert P. Futrelle (2003). Text visualization for natural language analysis of Biology full text. In IEEE Proc. of the Computational Systems Bioinformatics Conference CSB'03.
[C.2] Robert P. Futrelle, Andrea Grimes and Mingyan Shao (2003). Extracting structure from HTML documents for language visualization and analysis. In Proc. of WDA-2003 (Workshop on Web Document Analysis).
[C.1] Robert P. Futrelle, Mingyan Shao, Chris Cieslik and Andrea Grimes (2003). Extraction, layout analysis and classification of diagrams in PDF documents. In Proc. of ICDAR-2003 (Intl. Conference on Document Analysis & Recognition).
[M.4] A. G. Parker (2013). Designing for Health Activism. ACM Interactions Magazine.
[M.3] M. Reddy, L. Mamykina and A. G. Parker (2012). Designing interactive systems in healthcare: a report on WISH 2011. ACM Interactions Magazine.
[M.2] Rebecca E. Grinter, Katie A. Siek and Andrea Grimes (2010). Is Wellness Informatics a Field of Human-Centered Health Informatics? ACM Interactions Magazine.
[M.1] Gillian R. Hayes, Erika Shehan Poole, Giovanni Iachello, Shwetak N. Patel, Andrea Grimes, Gregory D. Abowd, Khai N. Truong (2007). Physical, Social, and Experiential Knowledge of Privacy and Security in a Pervasive Computing Environment. IEEE Pervasive Computing Special Issue on Security & Privacy.
[D.1] Andrea Grimes (2008). Socio-Culturally Relevant Mobile Applications for Nutrition. Extended Abstracts, Proc. of CSCW 2008.