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The Psychometrics Centre

Cambridge Judge Business School


Dr Myles-Jay Linton is a Psychologist and a Vice Chancellor’s Research Fellow at the University of Bristol.

In 2012 Myles joined the University of Cambridge Psychometrics Centre as a Summer Research Intern, working on a project analysing predictors of life satisfaction within the myPersonality study.

In 2018 he earned his PhD in Economics from the University of Exeter Medical School. His work focussed on the measurement of wellbeing, and the links between our choices and preferences. Between 2017 and 2019 he was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Bristol, exploring the measurement of quality-of-life, healthcare decision-making, and mental health interventions. In 2019, Myles was awarded an Elizabeth Blackwell Institute Vice Chancellor’s Fellowship, focussing his research on young people’s mental health, suicide prevention and digital interventions. In 2022 Myles was awarded Innovate UK funding to explore the ethics and acceptability of using artificial intelligence to support young people’s mental health within an online peer-support app.

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