I remain an active researcher within academia. My areas of scholarly interest are health, food, and quantitative and innovative methods. Some of the recent academic articles I have published in peer reviewed journals include:
Chappell, P., Tse, M., Zhang, M. and Moore, S., 2017. Using GPS Geo-tagged Social Media Data and Geodemographics to Investigate Social Differences: A Twitter Pilot Study. Sociological Research Online, 22(3), pp.38-56.
Jenkins, L., Cosgrove, J., Chappell, P., Kheder, A., Sokhi, D. and Reuber, M., 2016. Neurologists can identify diagnostic linguistic features during routine seizure clinic interactions: results of a one-day teaching intervention. Epilepsy & Behavior, 64, pp.257-261.
Uprichard, E., Nettleton, S. and Chappell, P., 2013. ‘Food hates’ over the life course: an analysis of food narratives from the UK Mass Observation Archive. Appetite, 71, pp.137-143.