I am a computational social scientist who uses smartphone sensor data to study human behavior. In particular, I examine how mobility patterns (e.g., the places people visit, their daily routines, distance traveled, etc.) can inform our understanding of personality and mental health. My research aims to provide a deeper theoretical understanding of these psychological phenomena, while fostering the development of personalized interventions to promote well-being.


I will attend the SPSP 2020 - Convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (February 27-29, 2020 in New Orleans, LA), where Patrick Ewell and I are co-organizing the Psychology of Media and Technology Preconference, and Kai Horstmann and I are co-organizing and presenting at a Professional Development Session on the "Validity of Psychological Measurement in the Age of New Methods".

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