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Piwek, L. and Joinson, A., 2016. Automatic tracking of behavior with smartphones:potential for behavior change interventions. In: Little, L., Sillence, E. and Joinson, A., eds. Behavior Change Research and Theory. London, U. K.: Academic Press, pp. 137-165.

Joinson, A. and Piwek, L., 2016. Technology and the formation of socially positive behaviours. In: Spotswood, F., ed. Beyond Behaviour Change. Bristol, U. K.: Policy Press, pp. 157-178.

Articles

Vetter, P., Petrini, K., Piwek, L., Smith, F., Solanki, V., Bennett, M., Pollick, F. and Muckli, L., 2016. Decoding emotional valence of sounds in early visual cortex. Journal of Vision, 16 (12), p. 472.

Piwek, L. and Ellis, D. A., 2016. Can programming frameworks bring smartphones into the mainstream of psychological science? Frontiers in Psychology, 7 (AUG), 01252.

Piwek, L., Ellis, D. A., Andrews, S. and Joinson, A., 2016. The rise of consumer health wearables:promises and barriers. PLoS Medicine, 13 (2), e1001953.

Andrews, S., Ellis, D. A., Shaw, H. and Piwek, L., 2015. Beyond Self-Report:Tools to Compare Estimated and Real-World Smartphone Use. PLoS ONE, 10 (10), e0139004.

Piwek, L., Joinson, A. and Morvan, J., 2015. The use of self-monitoring solutions amongst cyclists:An online survey and empirical study. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 77, pp. 126-136.

Piwek, L., Mckay, L. S. and Pollick, F. E., 2014. Empirical evaluation of the uncanny valley hypothesis fails to confirm the predicted effect of motion. Cognition, 130 (3), pp. 271-277.

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