Most of my publications can be found on ResearchGate, and a list of my publications is available here.
But occasionally, research hits a nerve with the public and goes viral, like a project I did with my colleague, Dr. David Dickinson, that showed a negative correlation between physical activity and intelligence.
Interpreted in wildly different ways by media outlets to garner attention, the data actually did show that “people who preferred not to think too much tended to be more physically active than those who enjoyed wrestling with complex intellectual tasks and ideas. The differences were more pronounced on weekdays than on weekends.”
As interesting as this link was, it is only a small facet of my larger body of research. I conduct research in the fields of decision making and the relationship between physical activity and psychology.
So, if you’re interested in following all of my work, and not just that which might help you rationalize more “me-time,” please follow me on ResearchGate.