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Dr David Ellis

Lecturer in Computational Social Science, Lecturer

David Ellis

Lancaster University

Fylde College

LA1 4YF

Lancaster

Tel: +44 1524 593207

Profile

David obtained a degree in psychology at The University of Glasgow, followed by an MSc and PhD. Both his Masters and PhD were funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. Previously, he was a lecturer in the School of Psychology at The University of Lincoln (2013-2015).

In addition to university led research, he has also completed internships in the public and private sectors, including an ESRC funded placement at The Scottish Government in 2011.

A 50th Anniversary Lecturer in the Department of Psychology, he is also an Honorary Research Fellow at The University of Lincoln and holds affiliate status at The University of Glasgow.

 

Research Interests

The majority of my research considers how recent methodological developments in technology and data collection (often referred to as digital traces) can reveal information about individuals and their behaviour. This often involves the integration of converging evidence from laboratory based behavioural experiments and large scale secondary data analysis.

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Active Grants

A workshop to aid the development of wearable interventions within primary care Awarded £2,500 by EPSRC in 2018

Pledging a meet-free month: An experience sampling study with smartphones - Awarded $41,181 by Animal Charity Evaluators in 2017

Research Data Champion Award to support research data management - Awarded £3,500 by Jisc in 2017

Using digital footprints for selection and assessment - Awarded £194,036 by BAE Systems (Dstl) in 2016

Serially missed appointments in the NHS: A linkage pathfinder project to inform future interventions - Awarded £203,523 by Chief Scientist Office (CSO) in 2015

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