Tess Osborne
Tess Osborne
Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Leicester
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Detecting moments of stress from measurements of wearable physiological sensors
K Kyriakou, B Resch, G Sagl, A Petutschnig, C Werner, D Niederseer, ...
Sensors 19 (17), 3805, 2019
Biosensing and geography: A mixed methods approach
T Osborne, PI Jones
Applied Geography 87, 160-169, 2017
From urban stress to neurourbanism: how should we research city well-being?
J Pykett, T Osborne, B Resch
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 110 (6), 1936-1951, 2020
Developing a Citizen Social Science approach to understand urban stress and promote wellbeing in urban communities
J Pykett, B Chrisinger, K Kyriakou, T Osborne, B Resch, A Stathi, E Toth, ...
Palgrave Communications 6 (1), 1-11, 2020
“Disciplined research in undisciplined settings”: Critical explorations of in situ and mobile methodologies in geographies of health and wellbeing
R Foley, SL Bell, H Gittins, H Grove, A Kaley, A McLauchlan, T Osborne, ...
Area 52 (3), 514-522, 2020
“Isn't it funny the children that are further away we don't think about as much?”: Using GPS to explore the mobilities and geographies of social work and child protection practice
T Disney, L Warwick, H Ferguson, J Leigh, TS Cooner, L Beddoe, P Jones, ...
Children and Youth Services Review 100, 39-49, 2019
Virtual Reality Methods: A guide for researchers in the Social Sciences and Humanities
P Jones, T Osborne
Policy Press, 2022
Analysing virtual landscapes using postmemory
PI Jones, T Osborne
Social & Cultural Geography 21 (2), 186-206, 2020
Urban emotion sensing beyond ‘affective capture’: Advancing critical interdisciplinary methods
J Pykett, BW Chrisinger, K Kyriakou, T Osborne, B Resch, A Stathi, ...
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (23), 9003, 2020
‘We may be long in the tooth, but it makes us tough’: exploring stillness for older adults during the COVID-19 lockdowns
T Osborne, L Meijering
Social & Cultural Geography 24 (3-4), 447-466, 2023
Restorative and afflicting qualities of the microspace encounter: Psychophysiological reactions to the spaces of the city
T Osborne
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 112 (5), 1461-1483, 2022
Biosensing: A critical reflection on doing memory research through the body
T Osborne
Doing memory research: New methods and approaches, 63-85, 2019
Embodied virtual geographies: Linkages between bodies, spaces, and digital environments
T Osborne, P Jones
Geography Compass 16 (6), e12648, 2022
Gaming and virtual reality in geographical research
P Jones, T Osborne
Creative methods for human geographers, 2021
How the GDPR can contribute to improving geographical research
L Meijering, T Osborne, E Hoorn, C Montagner
Geoforum 117, 291-295, 2020
Performing social media: Artistic approaches to analyzing big data
T Osborne, E Warner, PI Jones, B Resch
GeoHumanities 5 (1), 282-294, 2019
Remote graphic elicitation: A critical reflection on the emotional affordance and disruption management in caregiver research
TA Lowe, T Osborne, S Bell
Area 55 (2), 264-273, 2023
A Research Agenda for Digital Geographies
T Osborne, P Jones
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2023
Virtual reality and memorials:(re) building and experiencing the past
T Osborne, P Jones
Affective Architectures, 252-266, 2020
Exploring Older Adults’ Experiences of Urban Space in the COVID-19 Lockdowns: Dutch and British Perspectives
T Osborne, A Dul, L Meijering
Volume 3: Public Space and Mobility, 109-118, 2021
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