Hello! I’m a PhD researcher at Queen Mary University of London studying the complex relationships between well-being and video gaming, in terms of both quantity and quality of play.
I’m also committed to making psychological research on games more trustworthy and rigorous. I’m heavily involved in open science advocacy, training, and meta-scientific research. I serve on the QMUL Research Integrity Committee and as the Local Network Lead for the UK Reproducibility Network.
I’m always on the lookout for people with similar interests and opportunities to discuss the latest developments in my field—if you’d like to discuss my work, collaboration opportunities, or anything else, please do get in touch!CV
Process | Analyze | Visualize
Open data/materials/code | Registered reports
Synthetic data | Team science
Digital trace data | Surveys | Engagement
Ideate | Build | Test | Evaluate
Development in Unity (C#)
Self-determination theory | Intrinsic vs extrinsic motivation
Thematic analysis | Grounded theory
PhD, CDT in Intelligent Games and Game Intelligence
Queen Mary University of London
MPhil, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics
University of Cambridge
BS, Linguistics and Environmental Studies
For a complete and up-to-date list of publications, check out my Google Scholar.