- Interactive Sonification
- Auditory perception
- Using Music for Design
- Technology for physical actvity and reducing sedentariness
I am currently a Lecturer in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences at Northumbria University.
My research interests are based in how sound can be used to improve people's interaction with technology. My PhD focused on how the implicitly understood and embodied aspects can be used in sonifications for physical activity to directly modify body behaviour.
I am curently exploring how music can be used to promote breaktaking and wellbeing in the workplace.
|Temitayo Olugbade, Joseph Newbold, Rose Johnson, E Volta, P Alborno, R Niewiadomski, M Dillon, G Volpe, Nadia Berthouze||Automatic Detection of Reflective Thinking in Mathematical Problem Solving based on Unconstrained Bodily Exploration||2020||IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, Journal article|
|Anna Rudnicka, Joseph Newbold, D Cook, Marta Cecchinato, Sandy Gould, Anna Cox||Eworklife: developing effective strategies for remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic||2020||The New Future of Work Symposium, Conference abstract/presentation slides, Virtual|
|FL Ciprian, J Ley-Flores, Joseph Newbold, Aneesha Singh, Nadia Berthouze, M Tentori||Interactive sonification to assist children with severe autism during motor therapeutic interventions||2020||Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, Journal article|
|Joseph Newbold, N Gold, Nadia Berthouze||Movement Sonification Expectancy Model: Leveraging Musical Expectancy Theory to Create Movement-Altering Sonifications||2020||Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces, Journal article|
|A Jimenez-Tajadura, Joseph Newbold, L Zhang, P Rick, Nadia Berthouze||As Light as You Aspire to Be: Changing Body Perception with Sound to Support Physical Activity||2019||CHI'19, Conference paper (text), Glasgow, UK|
|Temitayo Olugbade, Joseph Newbold, Rose Johnson, E Volta, P Alborno, G Volpe, Nadia Berthouze||Bodily cues of children’s learning-related experiences during mathematics problem solving||2018||Consortium of European Research on Emotion (CERE), Conference abstract/presentation slides, Glasgow|
|Joseph Newbold, N Gold, Nadia Berthouze||Visual cues effect on the impact of sonification on movement||2018||MOCO '18 5th International Conference on Movement and Computing, Conference paper (text), Genoa, Italy|
|Joseph Newbold, N Gold, NL Bianchi-Berthouze||Musical expectancy in squat sonification for people who struggle with physical activity||2017||ICAD'17, Conference paper (text), Pensylvania|
|Joseph Newbold, J Luton, Anna Cox, Sandy Gould||Using nature-based soundscapes to support task performance and mood||2017||Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings, Conference paper (text)|
|Temitayo Olugbade, L Cuturi, G Cappagli, E Volta, P Alborno, Joseph Newbold, N Bianchi-Berthouze, G Baud-Bovy, G Volpe, M Gori||What Cognitive and Affective States Should Technology Monitor to Support Learning?||2017||1st ACM SIGCHI International Workshop on Multimodal Interaction for Education (MIE 2017), Conference paper (text), Glasgow, UK|
|Joseph Newbold, Aneesha Singh, N Bianchi-Berthouze||Go-with-the-flow: A smartphone app for realtime tracking and sonification of physical activity in CP||2016||PervasiveHealth: Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare, Conference paper (text)|
|Joseph Newbold, N Bianchi-Berthouze, NE Gold, Ana Tajadura-Jimenez, A Williams||Musically Informed Sonification for Chronic Pain Rehabilitation: Facilitating Progress & Avoiding Over-doing||2016||CHI 2016, Conference paper (text), San Jose, CA|
|Joseph Newbold, A Hunt, J Brereton||Chemical Spectral Analysis through Sonification||2015||ICAD 2015: 21st International Conference on Auditory Display, Conference paper (text), Graz, Austria|
|Joseph Newbold, N Bianchi-Berthouze, NE Gold, A Williams||Musically Informed Sonification for Self-Directed Chronic Pain Physical Rehabilitation||2015||Sound and Music Computing 2015, Conference paper (text), Maynooth, Ireland|
|Ana Tajadura-Jimenez, L Zhang, Joseph Newbold, P Rick, NL Bianchi-Berthouze||Self-produced walking sounds change body-representation: An investigation on individual differences and potential positive impact on physical activity||1900||Poster, IMRF'18 Toronto, Canada|