Kristoffer Geyer

PhD Student, Lancaster University

Kristoffer has completed an undergraduate in psychology and a masters in developmental disorder at Lancaster University. Through working with various hardware and software during his degrees including motion capture technology, animation, web development his interest in psychology and technology grew.

Kristoffer has embraced this passion for technology and is working to construct methods of detecting individual differences by employing digital traces, security measures and the limitations of introspection in regards to personality.

He is supervised by Dr David Ellis (Lancaster) and Dr Lukasz Piwek (Bath). 

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Project information

CREST’s work is structured by five Programmes of activity. You can find out more information about our core programmes, as well as our commissioned projects here.

Kristoffer Geyer is part of the Understanding And Countering Online Behaviour programme. Read more about this project here.

More from Kris…


Understanding digital traces

How well does your phone know you? Can it describe your personality better than you can? CREST Doctoral researcher Kris Geyer investigates. Getting a...Read More »

Psychological Maps: An Investigation into Individuals Movements and Future Behaviour

Psychological Maps: An Investigation into Individuals Movements and Future Behaviour by CREST doctoral researcher Kris Geyer. This poster presents Geyer’s research which investigates if we...Read More »

Risk Propensity & Smartphone Operating System

Risk Propensity & Smartphone Operating SystemRisk Propensity & Smartphone Operating System by CREST Doctoral Researcher, Kristoffer Geyer. Geyer’s poster gives an overview of his research on smartphone type predicting...Read More »

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