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Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version
Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version
Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version
Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version
Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version
Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version
Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version
Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version
Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version
Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version
Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version
Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version
Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version
Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version
Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version
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Improving Student Posture: Live Presentation Version

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  • 1. 1 new tab 2 seconds 30 straight backsImproving posture in Internet-browsing students Karanveer Mohan kvmohan@stanford.edu
  • 2. My SolutionUse the default new tab page as areminder
  • 3. Solution v1.0
  • 4. Solution v1.0
  • 5. RandomizeTrack and reward success
  • 6. RandomizeTrack and reward success
  • 7. Track and reward success
  • 8. InertiaBad habits (ie. slouching) persist
  • 9. Students need variety
  • 10. Students need engagement
  • 11. Students need self-celebration
  • 12. Students need self-celebrationSelf-celebration increases future success
  • 13. Thanks for listening! kvmohan@stanford.edu

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