Latest Publications
UNDER CONTRACT
Ellis, D. A. (under contract). Smartphones within psychological science Cambridge University Press

IN PRESS
Geyer, K., Ellis, D. A. and Piwek, L. (online first). A simple location tracking app for psychological research. Behavior Research Methods LINK

2019
Wilcockson, T. D. W., Osborn, A. M. and Ellis, D. A. (2019). Digital Detox: The effect of smartphone abstinence on mood, anxiety, and craving. Addictive Behaviors, 106013. LINK

Ellis, D. A., Davidson, B. I. and Kaye, L. K. (2019). Should Smartphones be banned for children or does cyberpsychology have a bigger problem? Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking 22(7), 508-509. LINK post-print

Davidson, B. I. and Ellis, D. A. (2019). Social media addiction: technological déjà vu. BMJ, 365:I4277. LINK

Ellis, D. A., Davidson, B. I., Shaw, H. and Geyer, K. (2019) Do smartphone usage scales predict behavior? International Journal of Human-Computer Studies,130,86-92. LINK post-print

Davidson, B. I. and Ellis, D. A. (2019). Technological Déjà Vu (rapid response). BMJ. LINK

Ellis, D. A., Wilson, P., McQueenie, R. and Williamson, A. (2019). Re: Dominant factor explaining missed GP appointments is largely ignored (rapid response). BMJ. LINK

Ellis, D. A. (2019). Are smartphones really that bad? Improving the psychological measurement of technology-related behaviors. Computers in Human Behavior,97,60-66. LINK post-print

Williamson, A., McQueenie, R., Ellis, D. A. and Wilson, P. (2019). Re: David Oliver: Missed GP appointments are no scandal (rapid response). BMJ. LINK

Wilson, P., McQueenie, R., Ellis, D. and Williamson, A. E. (2019). Missed GP appointments linked to higher risk of death. BMJ,364:I485. LINK

Ellis, D. A. and Davidson, B. I. (2019). Digital Detoxes are a solution looking for a problem. The Conversation. LINK

Wilson, P., McQueenie, R., Ellis, D. A. and Williamson, A. E. (2019). Re: Sixty seconds on…missed GP appointments (rapid response). BMJ. LINK

McQueenie, R., Ellis, D. A., McConnachie, A., Wilson, P and Williamson, A. E. (2019). Morbidity, mortality and missed appointments in healthcare: a national retrospective data linkage study. BMC Medicine,17:2 LINK

2018
Ellis, D. A. and Piwek, L. (2018). Failing to encourage physical activity with wearable technology: what next? Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine,111(9),310-313 LINK

Wilcockson, T. D. W., Ellis, D. A. and Shaw, H. (2018). Determining typical smartphone usage: What data do we need? Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking,21,6,395-398 LINK

Shaw, H., Ellis, D. A. and Ziegler, F. (2018). The technology integration model (TIM): A new theory to predict technology adoption and use. Computers in Human Behavior,83,204-214 LINK

Ellis, D. A. and Merdian, H. L. (2018). The visualisation of data in a digital context. In Costa C. and Condie J. (Eds.) Doing research in and on the digital: Research methods across fields of enquiry (pp. 137-153). London: Routledge

Ellis, D. A., Luther, K. and Jenkins, R. (2018). Missed appointments during shifts to and from daylight saving time. Chronobiology International,35(4),584-588 LINK

Ellis, D. A. and Renouf, K.J. (2018). Predicting fear of crime: Personality outperforms prior victimisation. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology,29(3),403-418 LINK

Ellis, D. A., McQueenie, R., McConnachie, A., Wilson, P and Williamson, A. E. (2018). Non-attending patients in general practice. The Lancet Public Health,3(3),e113 LINK

Ellis, D. A., Kaye, L. K., Wilcockson, T. D. and Ryding, F. C. (2018). Digital traces of behavior within addiction: Response to Griffiths (2017). International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction,16(1),240-245 LINK