A full list of academic publications can be found on Google Scholar, Researchgate or Academia 


Joseph Newbold, Anna Rudnicka, and Anna Cox. “Staying Active While Staying Home: The Use of Physical Activity Technologies During Life Disruptions.Frontiers in Digital Health (2021):

Joseph Newbold, Anna Rudnicka, David Cook, Marta Cecchinato, Sandy Gould, and Anna L. Cox. “The new normals of work: a framework for understanding responses to disruptions created by new futures of work.” Human–Computer Interaction (2021): 1-24.

Franceli L Cibrian, Judith Ley-Flores, Joseph Newbold, Aneesha Singh, Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze, and Monica Tentori. “Interactive sonification to assist children with autism during motor therapeutic interventions.” Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 25, no. 2 (2021): 391-410.

Anna Rudnicka, Joseph Newbold, Dave Cook, Marta E. Cecchinato, Sandy Gould, and Anna L. Cox. “Eworklife: Developing effective strategies for remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic.” In Eworklife: developing effective strategies for remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic. The new future of work online symposium, 2020.

Joseph Newbold, Nicolas E Gold, Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze, Movement sonification expectancy model: leveraging musical expectancy theory to create movement-altering sonifications”.2020, Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces, Springer

Temitayo A Olugbade, Joseph Newbold, Rose Johnson, Erica Volta, Paolo Alborno, Radoslaw Niewiadomski, Max Dillon, Gualtiero Volpe, Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze, “Automatic Detection of Reflective Thinking in Mathematical Problem Solving based on Unconstrained Bodily Exploration“, 2020, IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing

Joseph Newbold,Musical expectancy within movement sonification to overcome low self-efficacy” PhD Thesis, 2019

A Jimenez-Tajadura, Joseph Newbold, L Zhang, P Rick Nadia Berthouze, As Light as You Aspire to Be: Changing Body Perception with Sound to Support Physical Activity”,2019 CHI’19, Glasgow, UK 

Joseph Newbold, Sean Rintel, Gavin Doherty, Anja Thieme, “Politeness Strategies in the Design of Voice Agents for Mental Health”, 2019 CHI’19, Workshop on Mapping Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives for Understanding Speech Interface Interactions,  Glasgow, UK

Policy and outreach

Written evidence submitted by the Eworklife research group (Professor Anna L Cox, Dr Sandy JJ
Gould, Dr Marta Cecchinato, Dr Joseph Newbold, Dr Anna Rudnicka, and David Cook) House of Lords COVID-19 Committee Living online: The long-term impact on wellbeing 2021

The Conversation piece featured on World Economic Forum David Cook, Dr Anna Rudnicka, and Dr Joseph Newbold, Work-life balance in a pandemic: a public health issue we cannot ignore 2021

Written evidence to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee, in response to
In the evidence call “The impact of coronavirus on businesses and workers”, Professor Anna Cox, Dr Sandy Gould, Dr Marta Cecchinato, Dr Joseph Newbold, Dr Anna Rudnicka, and David Cook, addressing the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown on people’s wellbeing, including physical activity. 2020

A response from the GetaMoveOn Network+ to Advancing our Health: prevention in the 2020s Dr Joseph Newbold, Clare Casson, Professor Anna L Cox, Enabling better health for all: the role for digital technologies to help people move more and stay healthier for longer 2019