Emotion and its Regulation
I study how people use technology to manage their emotions, inspired by interdisciplinary research on emotion regulation and pharmaceutical tools.
My PhD examined how people communicate and collaborate in online virtual worlds.
- Health Subcommittee co-chair for CHI 2022
- teaching into UM's Applied Learning Healthcare Systems short course
- co-organising UbiComp 2021 workshop on Making Sense of Emotion Sensing
- academic panel for ANAT Spectra 2021
- wrote a blurb for Edward Slingerland's excellent new book Drunk: How We Sipped, Danced, and Stumbled Our Way to Civilization
- Dutch et al. (accepted) Clinical decision support for increased-risk organ transplants: participatory design. Accepted for OzCHI 2021.
- Kelly et al. (2021) "It's About Missing Much More Than the People": How Students use Digital Technologies to Alleviate Homesickness. CHI 2021 (Honorable Mention award)
- Wadley et al. (2020) Digital Emotion Regulation. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 29(4), 412-418
- Dourish et al. (2020) On Being Iterated: The Affective Demands of Design Participation. CHI 2020. (Best Paper award)
- Seabrook et al. (2020) Understanding how virtual reality can support mindfulness practice: Mixed methods study. JMIR. 22(3):e16106