My research is Glasgow was about social interactions - us looking at other people body movements, listening to their dialogues and trying to figure out emotions in the first three seconds of interaction.
With Prof Frank Pollick
we used motion capture system to record body movement of people engaged in different social situations. We created a dataset of point-light, multisensory, emotional, social interactions. Paper under review
In another study with William Steel and Prof Pollick
we've tried to understand if observers can spot whether other person is attacking with a knife or gun or a bat only from their body movement. Paper in preparation
I also looked at various behavioural indicators of suspicious behaviour, and biases in making judgements about such behaviour, especially in the context of surveillance environment. Paper in preparation