Dr Greg Wadley


Digital Health

Digital Health

Based in the Human-Computer Interaction group, I collaborate with health researchers to design and evaluate interventions for a range of health contexts in particular mental health and addiction.

This includes collaborations with Latrobe University, Swinburne University, Australian Catholic University, Orygen, the National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, Royal Children's Hospital, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Western Health, Northern Health, Victorian Cancer Council, and Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia.

Emotion and its Regulation

Emotion and its Regulation

I study how people use everyday technologies to change how they feel, informed by research on emotion regulation and psychoactives.

This includes collaborations with Stanford University, University College London, and the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences.

Human-Computer Interaction

Human-Computer Interaction

I use user-centred design and evaluation techniques to support projects ranging from Indigenous-led technology to climate change mitigation.

This includes collaborations with University of Technology Sydney, Curtin University, and the Melbourne School of Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.

Communication in Virtual Worlds

Virtual Worlds

My PhD looked at how people use avatars to communicate and collaborate in virtual space. Some of the studies were conducted at Xerox PARC, California.

Current projects

Completed projects


About our research on digital emotion regulation:

About our work with the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owner Aboriginal Corporation: