Lukasz Piwek
Lukasz Piwek
Lecturer in Data Science, University of Bath
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The rise of consumer health wearables: promises and barriers
L Piwek, DA Ellis, S Andrews, A Joinson
PLoS medicine 13 (2), e1001953, 2016
“What do they snapchat about?” Patterns of use in time-limited instant messaging service
L Piwek, A Joinson
Computers in human behavior 54, 358-367, 2016
Beyond self-report: tools to compare estimated and real-world smartphone use
S Andrews, DA Ellis, H Shaw, L Piwek
PloS one 10 (10), e0139004, 2015
Empirical evaluation of the uncanny valley hypothesis fails to confirm the predicted effect of motion
L Piwek, LS McKay, FE Pollick
Cognition 130 (3), 271-277, 2014
Regulating wellbeing in the brave new quantified workplace
P Moore, L Piwek
Employee Relations, 2017
Look at those two!: The precuneus role in unattended third‐person perspective of social interactions
K Petrini, L Piwek, F Crabbe, FE Pollick, S Garrod
Human brain mapping 35 (10), 5190-5203, 2014
Can programming frameworks bring smartphones into the mainstream of psychological science?
L Piwek, DA Ellis, A Sally
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 1252, 2016
Audiovisual integration of emotional signals from others' social interactions
L Piwek, F Pollick, K Petrini
Frontiers in psychology 6, 611, 2015
The use of self-monitoring solutions amongst cyclists: An online survey and empirical study
L Piwek, A Joinson, J Morvan
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 77, 126-136, 2015
Failing to encourage physical activity with wearable technology: what next?
DA Ellis, L Piwek
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 111 (9), 310-313, 2018
Experience in judging intent to harm modulates parahippocampal activity: An fMRI study with experienced CCTV operators
K Petrini, P McAleer, C Neary, J Gillard, FE Pollick
Cortex 57, 74-91, 2014
Unintended consequences and the dark side of the quantified self
P Moore, L Piwek
Sustainable Societies Network commissioned paper, 2015
The quantified workplace: A study in self-tracking, agility and change management
P Moore, L Piwek, I Roper
Self-Tracking, 93-110, 2018
Technology and behaviour change: for good and evil
AN Joinson, L Piwek
Social impact of technology, 2013
Automatic tracking of behavior with smartphones: Potential for behavior change interventions
L Piwek, A Joinson
Behavior change research and theory, 137-165, 2017
A dyadic stimulus set of audiovisual affective displays for the study of multisensory, emotional, social interactions
L Piwek, K Petrini, F Pollick
Behavior research methods 48 (4), 1285-1295, 2016
What Do They Snapchat About?’Patterns of Use in Time-Limited Instant Messaging Service
A Joinson, L Piwek
Computers in Human Behavior 54, 358-367, 2016
The Dynamic Representation of Reality and of Our Self between Real and Virtual Worlds
L Piwek
Current issues in computing and philosophy 175, 24-31, 2008
A simple location-tracking app for psychological research
K Geyer, DA Ellis, L Piwek
Behavior Research Methods 51 (6), 2840-2846, 2019
Corrigendum: Can Programming Frameworks Bring Smartphones into the Mainstream of Psychological Science?
L Piwek, DA Ellis, S Andrews
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1704, 2016
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