(Working on updating the broken links…)

Fernaeus, Y., Håkansson, M., Jacobsson, M. and Ljungblad, S., 2010. How do you play with a robotic toy animal?: a long-term study of Pleo. In Barcelona, Spain: ACM, pp. 39–48. [pdf]

Fernaeus, Y. and Jacobsson, M., 2009. Comics, robots, fashion and programming: outlining the concept of actDresses. In Cambridge, United Kingdom: ACM, pp. 3–8. [pdf]

Fernaeus, Y., Jacobsson, M., Ljungblad, S. and Holmquist, L.E., 2009. Are we living in a robot cargo cult? In La Jolla, California, USA: ACM, pp. 279–280. [pdf]

Fernaeus, Y., Ljungblad, S., Jacobsson, M. and Taylor, A., 2009. Where third wave HCI meets HRI: report from a workshop on user-centred design of robots. In La Jolla, California, USA: ACM, pp. 293–294. [pdf]

Håkansson, M., Jacobsson, M. and Holmquist, L.E., 2005. Designing a mobile music sharing system based on emergent properties. In pp. 129–132. [pdf]

Håkansson, M., Rost, M., Jacobsson, M. and Holmquist, L.E., 2007. Facilitating Mobile Music Sharing and Social Interaction with Push!Music. In p. 87. [pdf]

Jacobsson, M., 2009. Play, belief and stories about robots: A case study of a pleo blogging community. In pp. 232–237. [pdf]

Jacobsson, M., Bodin, J. and Holmquist, L.E., 2008. The see-Puck: a platform for exploring human-robot relationships. In Florence, Italy: ACM, pp. 141–144. [pdf]

Jacobsson, M., Fernaeus, Y. and Holmquist, L.E., 2008. GlowBots: Designing and Implementing Engaging Human-Robot Interaction. Journal of Physical Agents, 2(2). [pdf]

Jacobsson, M., Fernaeus, Y. and Nylander, S., 2012. Mobile ActDresses: programming mobile devices by accessorizing. In pp. 1071–1071–1074–1074. [pdf]

Jacobsson, M., Fernaeus, Y. and Tieben, R., 2010. The look, the feel and the action: Making Sets of ActDresses for Robotic Movement. In Proceedings of the 8th ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems – DIS  ’10. New York, New York, USA: ACM Press, p. 132. [pdf]

Jacobsson, M., Ljungblad, S., Bodin, J., Knurek, J. and Holmquist, L.E., 2007. GlowBots: robots that evolve relationships. In San Diego, California: ACM, p. 7. [pdf]

Jacobsson, M. and Nylander, S., 2012. Always-On + Adoption – a method for longitudinal studies. In CHI 2012 Workshop on Theories, methods and case studies of longitudinal HCI research. Austin, Texas: ACM. [pdf]

Jacobsson, M., Rost, M. and Holmquist, L., 2006. When Media Gets Wise: collaborative filtering with mobile media agents. In ACM Press, pp. 293, 291. [pdf]

Ljungblad, S., Kotrbova, J., Jacobsson, M., Cramer, H. and Niechwiadowicz, K., 2012. Hospital robot at work. In Proceedings of the ACM 2012 conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work – CSCW  ’12. New York, New York, USA: ACM Press, p. 177. [pdf]

Ljungblad, S., Walter, K., Jacobsson, M. and Holmquist, L.E., 2006. Designing Personal Embodied Agents with Personas. In ROMAN 2006 – The 15th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication. IEEE, pp. 575–580. [pdf]

Murer, M., Jacobsson, M., Skillgate, S. and Sundström, P., 2014. Taking things apart: reaching common ground and shared material understanding. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ‘14). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 469-472. [pdf]

Tholander, J. et al., 2012. But i don’t trust my friends. In Proceedings of the 14th international conference on Human-computer interaction with mobile devices and services – MobileHCI  ’12. New York, New York, USA: ACM Press, p. 143. [pdf]

Tholander, J. and Jacobsson, M., 2013. Ecofriends. interactions, 20(1), p.58. [pdf]

Vargas, P.A. et al., 2011. Advocating an ethical memory model for artificial companions from a human-centred perspective. AI & SOCIETY, 26(4), pp.329–337. [pdf]