Alicia Cork

Alicia is an interdisciplinary Research Associate at the University of Bath and is also a visiting researcher at the Alan Turing Institute in London. She has recently completed her PhD at the University of Exeter and has expertise in combining social psychological theory with computational methodologies to better understand and predict online behaviour. Broadly speaking, her research has involved exploring how linguistic style can be used to understand online social identities. Alicia also has experience collaborating with industry partners such as the National Crime Agency. Within REPHRAIN, she focuses on using innovative techniques to explore how online activity may lead to harm at both the individual and the collective level.