Dr David Cameron

Address

Department of Psychology
The University of Sheffield
Sheffield
S10 2TN
UK
Tel: (+44) 0114 22 26083
Email: d.s.cameron@sheffield.ac.uk

Qualifications

PhD Psychology, The University of Sheffield

MSc Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience, The University of Sheffield BSc Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience, The University of Sheffield

Research interests

My research focuses on understanding how emotions can shape our behaviour and impact on social relationships. I am interested in exploring the mechanisms for regulating emotions and emotion dynamics in dyads.

My current work explores the influence emotions can have in human-robot symbiotic interactions, particularly regarding the development of social, humanoid robots.

A list of key publications can be found below. For a full list of publications please click here

Journal articles

Chapters

  • Niven K, Totterdell PA, Holman D & Cameron D (2012) Emotional labor at the unit-level In Grandey A, Diefendorff J & Rupp DE (Ed.), Emotional Labor in the 21st Century: Diverse Perspectives on Emotion Regulation at Work Routledge Academic
  • Cameron D (2012) Why are we told: never go to sleep angry? In Totterdell P & Niven K (Ed.), Should I Strap A Battery To My Head? (And Other Questions About Emotion)

Conference proceedings papers

Posters

  • Cameron D, Bertenshaw E & Sheeran P (2015) Positive affect promotes pursuit of physical activity goals. 14th Meeting of International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA).
  • Norman P, Cameron D, Epton T, Sheeran P, Webb T, Julious S, Brennan A, Meier P, Kruger J, Naughton D & Petroczi A (2014) A theory-based online health behaviour intervention for new university students: One-month follow-up data. 28th Conference of the European Health Psychology Society.
  • Fernando S, Collins E, Millings A, Cameron D, Sharkey A, Duff A, Moore RK, Veschure PFMJ & Prescott T (2014) Optimising robot personalities for symbiotic interaction. Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems: Third international conference, Living Machines.

Dictionary/encyclopaedia entries

  • Cameron D (2012) Self-Regulatory Fatigue. In The Encyclopedia of Behavioural Medicine.
  • Cameron D & Webb T (2012) Self-Regulatory Capacity. In The Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine.