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Gaming and VR in geographical research

Analysing virtual landscapes using postmemory

Developing a Citizen Social Science approach to understand urban stress and promote wellbeing in urban communities

“Disciplined research in undisciplined settings”: Critical explorations of in situ and mobile methodologies in geographies of health and wellbeing

From Urban Stress to Neurourbanism: How Should We Research City Well-Being?

How the GDPR can contribute to improving geographical research

Measuring the body

Urban Emotion Sensing Beyond ‘Affective Capture': Advancing Critical Interdisciplinary Methods

Virtual Reality and Memorials: (Re)Building and Experiencing the Past

Biosensing: a critical reflection on doing memory research through the body

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