Personal Informatics in the Wild: Hacking Habits for Health & Happiness — CHI 2013 Workshop
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A Human-Centered Conceptual Model for Personal Health Informatics Data
Personal informatics is defined as the activity where people collect and reflect on personal data to gain a better understanding of their own behavior. This paper examines personal informatics in the context of health activities and suggests a new conceptual model for self- tracking data through the lens of human-centered theory. In light of this suggested model, the paper concludes with a discussion of forthcoming challenges we will likely face as personal health informatics permeates everyday life and the effect that will have on our socio-cultural values.
Created by Ian Li
HCII, Carnegie Mellon University.