Personal Informatics in the Wild: Hacking Habits for Health & Happiness — CHI 2013 Workshop
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Personal Informatics Can Be Stressful: Collecting, Reflecting, and Embedding Stress Data in Personal Informatics
Stephen Voida, Tanzeem Choudhury, Geri Gay, Mark Matthews, Phil Adams, Mashfiqui Rabbi, JP Pollak, Mengxi (Chrissie) Chi, Matthew Green, Hong Lu, Nicholas D. Lane, Mu Lin, Andrew T. Campbell
In our research, we are examining how pervasive continuous sensing and targeted ecological momentary assessment can be used to unobtrusively collect stress data, and we are designing personal health informatics that can aggregate and visualize these stress data over time and for different audiences. In this position paper, we describe our recent and ongoing efforts in this area and articulate some of the open questions raised by our work and that we hope to discuss during the workshop.
Created by Ian Li
HCII, Carnegie Mellon University.