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My research interests include HCI and games research. I enjoy using a range of methods to study user experience, including interviews, questionnaires and eye tracking. You can follow my work at Academia.edu
From 2012-present, I work at UCLIC on the Citizen Cyberlab research project, evaluating cognitive and social processes in citizen science projects.
During 2009-2012 I worked with the UCL Info-Sec research group. I researched privacy and the
value of personal data in different HCI contexts (PVNets). I also led
research evaluating the usability and learning effects of a serious game
During 2006-2010 I studied for my PhD at UCLIC, where I investigated the experience of immersion in computer games. Working with Anna L. Cox, Paul Cairns, and others, we developed the Immersive Experience Questionnaire (IEQ), which has received over 100 citations to date.
Click here to download the Old Weather survey, which is referenced in an upcoming CHI paper by Eveleigh et al. (2014): Designing for Dabblers and Deterring Drop-outs in Citizen Science.
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