_Latest Publications__
_In Press__ Ellis, D. A., Towse, J., Brown, O., Cork, A., Davidson, B. I., Devereux, S., Hinds, J., Ivory, M., Nightingale, S., Piwek, L., Shaw, L. and Towse, A. S. (accepted). Assessing computational reproducibility in Behavior Research Methods [Stage 1 Submission]. Behavior Research Methods.

Ellis, D. A. (in press). Data Visualisation. Oxford Bibliographies.

Grey, E., Baber, F., Corbett, E., Ellis, D., Gillison, F. and Barnett, J. (in press). The use of technology to address loneliness and social isolation among older adults: the role of social care providers. BMC Public Health

Brown, O., Ellis, D. A. and Gore, J. (in press). Generative AI in organisational teams: challenges and future directions within and beyond management. British Journal of Management (part of a symposium paper) _2023__ Brennan, C., Ellis, D. A. and Heyes, K. (2023). Researching Social Media: Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research Approaches. In House A. O. and Brennan C. A. (Eds.) Social Media and Mental Health (pp. 45-52). Cambridge University Press. LINK

Ellis, D. A. (2023). Social Media: An Everyday Reality. In House A. O. and Brennan C. A. (Eds.) Social Media and Mental Health (pp. 23-32). Cambridge University Press. LINK

McConnachie, A., Ellis, D. A., Wilson, P., McQueenie, R. and Williamson, A. (2023). Quantifying unmet need in General Practice: a retrospective cohort study of administrative data. BMJ Open, 13(9), e068720. LINK

Cork, A. G., Joinson, A., Smith, L. G., Ellis, D. A. and Stanton Fraser, D. (2023). Motivations for Collecting Digital NFT Fashion: A Uses and Gratifications Theory Approach for Understanding Digital NFT Fashion Collectors’ Behavior. Extended Abstracts of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, (7 pages), ACM. LINK

Hutton, H. J. and Ellis, D. A. (2023). Exploring User Motivations Behind iOS App Tracking Transparency Decisions. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, (12 pages), ACM. LINK _2022__ Ellis, D. A., Sanders, J. G., Jenkins, R. and McAuslan, L. (2022). A weekday intervention to reduce missed appointments. PLOS ONE, 17(9), e0274670. LINK

Brown, O., Smith, L. G. E., Davidson, B. I. and Ellis, D. A. (2022). The problem with the internet: an affordance-based approach for psychological research on networked technologies. Acta Psychologica, 228, 103650. LINK

Sturdee, M., Ivory, M., Ellis, D., Stacey, P. and Ralph, P. (2022). Personality traits in game development. Proceedings of The International Conference on Evaluation and Assessment in Software Engineering 2022 (EASE 2022), (pp. 221-230), ACM. LINK

Davidson, B. I., Shaw, H. and Ellis, D. A. (2022). Fuzzy constructs in technology usage scales. Computers in Human Behavior, 133, 107206. LINK

Etchells, P., Davidson, B. I., Kaye, L., Ellis, D. A. and Lieberoth, A. (2022). Researchers should avoid causally attributing suicide to video game play as a single factor. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, 58(2), 880-882. LINK

Shaw, H., Taylor, P. J., Ellis, D. A. and Conchie, S. M. (2022). Behavioral consistency in the digital age. Psychological Science, 33(3), 364–370. LINK

Geyer, K., Ellis, D. A., Shaw, H. and Davidson, B. I. (2022). Open source smartphone app and tools for measuring, quantifying, and visualizing technology use. Behavior Research Methods, 54(1), 1-12. LINK post-print

Hinds, J., Brown, O., Smith, L. G. E., Piwek, L., Ellis, D. A. and Joinson A. N. (2022). Integrating insights about human movement patterns from digital data into psychological science. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 31(1), 88-95. LINK

Davidson, B. I., Ellis, D. A., Stachi, C., Taylor, P. J. and Joinson, A. N. (2022). Measurement practices exacerbate the generalizability crisis: Novel digital measures can help. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 45, E10. LINK

Piazza, J., Gregson, R., Kordoni, A., Pfeiler, T. M., Ruby, M. B., Ellis, D. A., Sahin, E. and Reith, M. (2022). Monitoring a Meat-Free Pledge with Smartphones: An Experimental Study. Appetite, 168: 105726. LINK