I’m a lecturer in social psychology at Loughborough University. My work bridges psychology and computer science using cross-disciplinary methods and open science infrastructure to explore how people interact, improvise and do evaluations together.
upcoming & recent:
- Latest publication: Albert, S., Heath, C., Skach, S., Harris, M. T., Miller, M., Healey, P. G. T. (2019). Drawing as transcription: how do graphical techniques inform interaction analysis? Social Interaction Video-Based Studies of Human Sociality, 2(1), DOI: 10.7146/si.v2i1.113145
- I contributed a short, accessible article on ‘repair’ for Prof. Stokoe’s (ed) intro to CA for The Psychologist Mag.
- On November 28th 2019 I’m running a workshop on Drawing, Multimodality and Interaction Analytics for the National Centre for Research Methods in London.