Room Manton, 10.116
School of Geography
University of Leeds
Leeds LS2 9JT UK
+44 (0) 113 34 33374
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Dr Myles Gould is a Lecturer in Population Geography; and cluster leader for the Centre for Spatial Analysis and Policy (CSAP). He also the Admission Officer for BA Geography and BA Geography with Transport Studies.
His research interests include geography of health and health care, self-reported health, health behaviours, residential movement and segregation, multilevel modelling and statistics, longitudinal data analysis. Current projects include the application of multilevel models of residential movement, and health and tenure transitions.
- Thomas MJ; Stillwell JCH; Gould MI (2016) Modelling the duration of residence and plans for future residential relocation: a multilevel analysis, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 41, pp.297-312. doi: 10.1111/tran.12123
- Thomas M; Stillwell J; Gould M (2016) Modelling Mover/Stayer Characteristics across the Life Course Using a Large Commercial Sample, Population, Space and Place, 22, pp.584-598. doi: 10.1002/psp.1943
- Thomas M; Stillwell J; Gould M (2015) Modelling multilevel variations in distance moved between origins and destinations in England and wales, Environment and Planning A, 47, pp.996-1014. doi: 10.1068/a130327p
- Darlington F; Norman P; Gould M (2015) Health and internal migration, In: Smith DP; Finney N; Halfacree K; Walford N (Ed) Internal Migration: Geographical Perspectives and Processes, International Population Studies, Ashgate, pp.113-128.
- Valentine G; Jayne M; Gould M (2014) The proximity effect: The role of the affective space of family life in shaping children's knowledge about alcohol and its social and health implications, Childhood, 21, pp.103-118. doi: 10.1177/0907568213476898
- Sub-National Context and Radical Right Support in Europe (SCoRE)
- Health, housing tenure, and entrapment 2001-2011: Does changing tenure and address improve health?
- Describing and Modelling Internal Migration in NI 2001-2006 using the NILS: Individuals, Households and Places
- Centre for Spatial Analysis and Policy
- Centre for Computational Geography