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My name is Simon Dennis and I am a husband, a father, a mentor and friend. I am also the Director of the Complex Human Data Hub within the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences and CEO of Unforgettable Research Services. The Complex Human Data Hub‘s primary aim is to develop Computational Behavioural Science – bringing […]

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Data collection using IFTTT

“If This Then That” (IFTTT) is a web service that allows you to connect other web services, apps and devices to each other to automate simple tasks. For instance, like many people you probably have receipts sprinkled through your email. Perhaps you would like to keep these in one place. By connecting the IFTTT Gmail […]

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Private Events

In every Private language shell, there is a special variable called Events that contains the data that is available in this context. This variable is always private, and so you will not be able to look at it directly. To program with these data structures you need to know the format of the data. On […]

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SEMA Events in Private

The Smartphone Ecological Momentary Assessment 3 (SEMA3) app allows you to administer micro-surveys to participants across a day with a variety of schedules that you can specify in the SEMA3 system. These can be loaded into Unforgettable and made available to researchers through the Private webshell. At the bottom of the post is an example […]

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App Events in Private

Each instance of the Private shell provides a variable called Events that contains the data that is available in this context. Events is a list of event instances of different types. One of the main kinds of events is the App event. These events are generated when a participant is using the Unforgettable Research Services’ […]

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ARE AUSTRALIANS WILLING TO ACCEPT TECHNOLOGIES TO TRACK THE CONTACTS OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE TESTED POSITIVE TO COVID19?

Simon Dennis, Josh White, Paul Garrett, Daniel Little, Amy Perfors, Yoshi Kashima, Nic Geard, Lewis Mitchell#, Stephan Lewandowsky* University of MelbourneUniversity of Adelaide#University of Bristol* 79% of Australians think it is acceptable for the government to work with telecommunication companies to track who has been in contact with people who have tested positive to COVID-19. […]

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