- email: greg.wadley at unimelb.edu.au
- phone: +613 8344 1586
- office: room 3.03, DMD building
- PhD (Human-Computer Interaction, Melb)
- MSc (Cognitive Science, Melb)
- BSc (Computer Science, Qld)
- NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence: Interactive Digital Technology to Transform Australia's Chronic Disease Outcomes, led by Professor Brian Oldenburg of Melbourne Population and Global Health
- MRFF Million Minds project: Bringing family, community, culture and country to indigenous youth mental health care, led by Professor Sandra Eades of the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences
- ARC Discovery Project: Conceptualising and Measuring 'Digital Emotion Regulation', led by Professor Vas Kostakos of the School of Computing and Information Systems
- ARC Discovery Indigenous Project: #thismymob: Establishing Digital Land Rights and Reconnecting Indigenous Communities through Emerging Technologies, led by A/Prof Chris Lawrence of UTS
- Melbourne Disability Institute project to co-design support for carers during Covid-19, led by Prof Lynette Joubert of the Department of Social Work
- VR-based therapies for youth mental health, led by Dr Imogen Bell of Orygen
- Melbourne Centre for Behaviour Change, led by Professor Charles Abraham, Professor Ron Borland and Dr Camille Short of the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
- Shepherd Foundation project: Driving to Health: A mental health app for taxi drivers led by Dr Sandra Davidson of the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences
- Beischer Foundation project: IVY: InVestigating an online community of support for emotional health in pregnancy, led by Professor Della Forster of Latrobe University
- Moderated online social therapy for youth mental health, led by Professor Mario Alverez-Jimenez of Orygen: The National Centre of Youth Mental Health
- Living Archive of Aboriginal Art, led by Maree Clarke, Yorta Yorta artist
- "Communities over the airwaves" (Creativity and Wellbeing Hallmark Research Initiative), led by Amanda Krause of the Melbourne Conservatorium Of Music
- Baptista, S. et al. (accepted) User experiences with a type 2 diabetes coaching app: a qualitative study. JMIR Diabetes
- Baptista, S. et al. (accepted) Acceptability of an embodied conversational agent for type 2 diabetes self-management education and support via a smartphone app: a mixed-methods study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth.
- Wadley, G., Smith, W., Koval, P., Gross, J. (accepted) Digital Emotion Regulation. Current Directions in Psychological Science.
- Seabrook E., Kelly R., Foley F., Theiler S., Thomas N., Wadley G., Nedeljkovic M. (2020) Understanding how virtual reality can support mindfulness practice: Mixed methods study. JMIR. 22(3):e16106
- Davidson S., Fletcher S., Wadley G., Reavley N., Gunn J., Wade D. (2020) A Mobile Phone App to Improve the Mental Health of Taxi Drivers: Single-Arm Feasibility Trial. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(1):e13133 DOI: 10.2196/13133
- Sarsenbayeva, Z., Marini, G., van Berkel, N., Luo, C., Jiang, W., Yang, K., Wadley, G., Dingler, T., Kostakos, V., Goncalves, J. (2020) Does Smartphone Use Drive our Emotions or vice versa? A Causal Analysis CHI 2020.
- Dourish, P., Lawrence, C., Leong, T., Wadley, G. (2020) On Being Iterated: The Affective Demands of Design Participation. CHI 2020. (Best Paper award)
- Reeva Lederman, Simon D'Alfonso, Simon Rice, Simon Coghlan, Greg Wadley, Mario Alvarez-Jimenez (accepted) Ethical issues in online mental health interventions. ECIS 2020
- (all publications)
- (Google Scholar profile)
- ISYS 90077 Designing Digital Health Solutions (coordinator)
- INFO 20005 User Interface Development (coordinator)
- WeHELP pregnancy support, with Western Health and the Melbourne Medical School
- MSSI project 'Communicating Climate Effectiveness: improving local development and climate change project effectiveness using mobile phones in the Nadi Basin, Fiji'
- ARC Linkage project Social Networking Sites for Ambivalent Socialisers: The Case of Smoking Cessation
- IBES project 'Getting Well and Being Present: Using ambient technology to create a presence at home and at school for hospitalised children'