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Alicia Cork

PhD student

 Washington Singer 303

 

Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Perry Road, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4QG, UK

Overview

I am a PhD student working under the supervision of Dr Miriam Koschate-Reis, Professor Mark Levine and Professor Richard Everson. My research is interdisciplinary in nature, combining computer science methodologies with social psychological theories.

Broad research specialisms:

My research utilizes linguistic style data collected from online sources in order to understand the development and trajectories of particular social identities. It seeks to understand how we can utilize natural language processing and machine learning algorithms to gain insight into identity shifts and better understand individuals’ journeys into and out of particular social identities. My research works closely with the National Crime Agency and thus the identities that I am most interested in are those of a criminal nature.

Qualifications

BSc in Psychology from Bath University

Research

Research interests

Project Title: Detecting and preventing criminal network involvement online using digital footprints

Supervisors: Dr Miriam Koschate-Reis, Prof Mark Levine & Prof Richard Everson

Funding Body: EPSRC – National Productivity Investment Fund stream (NPIF)

Teaching

Supervision / Group

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