Dr Alex Gillespie is a Lecturer in Social Psychology at the London School of Economics, and Co-Editor of Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. He has a BA in Psychology from Trinity College Dublin, an MSc in Social Psychology from the LSE, and a PhD from the University of Cambridge. His theoretical work focuses on joint activity, scaffolding, and perspective-taking. His empirical research examines care interactions and how these can be simulated using assistive technology for cognition. Full list of Alex Gillespie's publications.
Dr Brian O'Neill is a Consultant in Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation with the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust, Glasgow, and Research Fellow at the University of Stirling. He has a BA in Psychology from Trinity College Dublin, a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and an MSc in Clinical Neuropsychology from the University of Glasgow. Since qualification, he has worked in rehabilitation settings, facilitating adjustment to injury related changes and encouraging participation. His research interests include the prediction of rehabilitation outcome and the use of assistive technology for cognition. Full list of Brian O'Neill's publications.
Dr Catherine Best is a research assistant at the University of Stirling. She