Showing posts from September, 2015

Lancaster University

I will be leaving The University of Lincoln in October having accepted a  50th Anniversary Lectureship  at  Lancaster University . While I am immensely excited for the challenges that lie ahead, Lincoln has provided me with a fantastic environment for research, teaching, and public engagement. The support and genuine concern shown by the school and many many people across the university has been deeply appreciated. Thank you. Recent projects completed at The University of Lincoln Stress detection using wearable physiological sensors  (appears in  Artificial Computation in Biology and Medicine ) Mental representations of weekdays  ( appears  in  PLoS ONE ) (list of media coverage here ) Watch-wearing as a marker of conscientiousness  (appears in  PeerJ )  Featured in The Daily Mail  (in  print ) and the Sunday Herald (Australia ) Real Men Real Style also covered the work here Beyond self-report: Tools to compare estimated and real-world smartphone use  ( in p