Procrastination-Induced Stress: Txt2Calm "Mad-Lib"<br />Users: 		Stanford  Non-Technical Undergraduates<br />Target Behavi...
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Procrastination-Induced Stress: "Mad-Lib"

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Quick summary of Txt2Calm 3-Day Pilot

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Procrastination-Induced Stress: "Mad-Lib"

  1. 1. Procrastination-Induced Stress: Txt2Calm "Mad-Lib"<br />Users: Stanford Non-Technical Undergraduates<br />Target Behavior: Working on assignments on the first day that they are assigned<br />Method: Text message -- to set a time to work together & check in <br />Happy Results: Some came back for more<br />Surprising Results: Users gave specific information of their assignments without being explicitly prompted<br />Length: 3-day Trial<br />David Ngo<br />Stanford University<br />Twitter: dngoo<br />Blog: ooby.posterous.com<br />

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