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Researcher: Lowe-Calverley, E (Dr Emily Lowe-Calverley)

Fields of Research

Social psychology
Health psychology
Personality and individual differences
Industrial and organisational psychology (incl. human factors)
Cognitive neuroscience
Human information interaction and retrieval
Educational psychology
Health and community services
Sensory processes, perception and performance

Research Objectives

Expanding knowledge in psychology
Animation, video games and computer generated imagery services
Mental health
The media
Expanding knowledge in the health sciences
Other health

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A risky investment? Examining the outcomes of emotional investment in Instagram; Telematics and Informatics
Challenging the concept of smartphone addiction: An empirical pilot study of smartphone usage patterns and psychological well-being; Cyberpsychology, behavior and social networking
Do the metrics matter? An experimental investigation of Instagram influencer effects on mood and body dissatisfaction; Body Image
Does sexualization in video games cause harm in players? A meta-analytic examination; Computers in Human Behavior
Impulsivity and loot box engagement; Telematics and Informatics: An International Journal on Telecommunications and Internet Technology
Problem gambling and income as predictors of loot box spending; International Gambling Studies
Self-ie love: predictors of image editing intentions on Facebook; Telematics and Informatics
Some workers 'cyberloaf' if they think they can get away with it, so employers need to get creative
The manipulative personality at work: Machiavellianism, affective commitment and counterproductive interpersonal behaviours in the workplace; APS 11th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference
The power of rewards and why we seek them out
Thumbs up: a thematic analysis of image-based posting and liking behaviour on social media; Telematics and Informatics
Web of deceit: Relationships between the dark triad, perceived ability to deceive and cyberloafing; Cyberpsychology: journal of psychosocial research in cyberspace

Research Projects

Medical education on YouTube - An analysis of viewing patterns pre- and post- COVID19; Google Australia Pty Limited (Google)

Research Candidate Supervision