Latest Publications
Ellis, D. A. (under contract). Smartphones within psychological science Cambridge University Press

Geyer, K., Ellis, D. A. and Piwek, L. (online first). A simple location tracking app for psychological research. Behavior Research Methods LINK

Ellis, D. A. and Davidson, B. I. (2019). Digital Detoxes are a solution looking for a problem. The Conversation. Avaliable at LINK

Wilson, P., McQueenie, R., Ellis, D. A. and Williamson, A. E. (2019). Re: Sixty seconds on…missed GP appointments (rapid response). BMJ. Avaliable at LINK

McQueenie, R., Ellis, D. A., McConnachie, A., Wilson, P and Williamson, A. E. (2019). Morbidity, mortality and missed appointments in healthcare: a national retrospective data linkage study. BMC Medicine,17:2 LINK

Ellis, D. A. and Piwek, L. (2018). Failing to encourage physical activity with wearable technology: what next? Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 111(9),310-313 LINK

Wilcockson, T. D. W., Ellis, D. A. and Shaw, H. (2018). Determining typical smartphone usage: What data do we need? Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking,21,6,395-398 LINK

Shaw, H., Ellis, D. A. and Ziegler, F. (2018). The technology integration model (TIM): A new theory to predict technology adoption and use. Computers in Human Behavior,83,204-214 LINK

Ellis, D. A. and Merdian, H. L. (2018). The visualisation of data in a digital context. In Costa C. and Condie J. (Eds.) Doing research in and on the digital: Research methods across fields of enquiry (pp. 137-153). London: Routledge

Ellis, D. A., Luther, K. and Jenkins, R. (2018). Missed appointments during shifts to and from daylight saving time. Chronobiology International,35(4),584-588 LINK

Ellis, D. A. and Renouf, K.J. (2018). Predicting fear of crime: Personality outperforms prior victimisation. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology,29(3),403-418 LINK

Ellis, D. A., McQueenie, R., McConnachie, A., Wilson, P and Williamson, A. E. (2018). Non-attending patients in general practice. The Lancet Public Health,3(3),e113 LINK

Ellis, D. A., Kaye, L. K., Wilcockson, T. D. and Ryding, F. C. (2018). Digital traces of behavior within addiction: Response to Griffiths (2017). International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction,16(1),240-245 LINK