I teach and research at the University of Melbourne on technology, health and emotion.
- Budj Bim On-Country Learning and Research project shortlisted for the Engagement Australia Excellent in Indigenous Engagement award
- received Jeffrey Rowe Faulkner Bequest grant to co-design VR intervention with Orygen Youth Health
- articles in The Conversation on Apple's new mood-tracker and using technology to manage emotion
- seminar on digital emotion regulation at QUT Digital Wellbeing Lab, 7th November 2023
- seminar on designing tele-therapy for youth mental health at the University of Melbourne
- member of Awards and Recognition Committee for CSCW 2023
- PhD (Human-Computer Interaction)
- MSc (Cognitive Science)
- BSc (Computer Science)
- Graduate Certificate (University Teaching)
- Peyton, D., Wadley, G., Hackworth, N., Grobler, A., & Hiscock, H. (2023). A co-designed website (FindWays) to improve mental health literacy of parents of children with mental health problems: Protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial. PLOS ONE, 18(3), e0273755.
- Webber, S., Kelly, R., Wadley, G., Smith, W. (2023) Engaging with Nature through Technology: a Scoping Review of HCI Research. Proceedings of CHI 2023
- Shi, Y., Koval, P., Kostakos, V., Goncalves, J., Wadley, G. (2022) "Instant Happiness": Smartphones as Tools for Everyday Emotion Regulation. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies.
- article in The Conversation on Apple's new mood-tracking feature
- article in The Conversation on using technology to manage emotion
- article in Pursuit on Your phone, your emotions, and everyday life
- spoke about digital emotion regulation with Neil Mitchell on 3AW, Oliver Peterson on 6PR, Craig Francis on Southern FM, Warren on Joy-FM Drive, Lisa Marckum on ABC South-East NSW, Jonathon Kendall on ABC Statewide Victoria, Anna Houlahan at the Canberra Times
- panelist on ABC Big Ideas Immersive mindfulness: Can real life compare with digital worlds?
- article in Pursuit on Do devices help us regulate our emotions?
- article in Pursuit on researching taxi driver health
- article in The Conversation on technology addiction
- interview on digital emotion regulation on Current Directions in Psychological Science podcast
- article on teaching about digital emotion regulation in the Association for Psychological Science Observer
- article on practical uses for VR for the Australian Academy of Science
- reviewed Edward Slingerland's book Drunk: How We Sipped, Danced, and Stumbled Our Way to Civilization
- spoke on 3CR about indie music compilations
- spoke with Computer Weekly UK, The Australian Financial Review, The Age, ABC News, Medical Republic and 3CR Breakfast about VR interventions for mental health
- spoke with The New Daily about social media addiction
- spoke with JJJ Hack and 2SER about videogames and mental health
- email: greg.wadley at unimelb.edu.au
School of Computing and Information Systems
Level 5, Melbourne Connect
700 Swanston Street
University of Melbourne, VIC 3010, Australia