neal lathia
(serious stuff)
mobile phones are “anoccasion to re-think what psychology could be...”                       G. Miller
“if psychology had no history –if it was invented today […] we      would use smartphones because they are ubiquitous, uno...
depressed person        vs.neal programming
first person to turn over their     phone... pays the bill
1. people can input data 2. sensors can read data3. applications can give you          feedback
quantified self      +psychologists      =interventions“hey you, behave..”
(part 2)
do you take your smartphone   into the toilet with you?
91% of 28-35 year olds text    while on the toilet
(a) sharing with friends / anonymity(b) why this is not a diagnostic tool(c) final feature requests / future plan
https://play.google.com/apps/details?id=com.poo.review
Smartphones and Health: The (Poo) Review
Smartphones and Health: The (Poo) Review
Smartphones and Health: The (Poo) Review
Smartphones and Health: The (Poo) Review
Smartphones and Health: The (Poo) Review
Smartphones and Health: The (Poo) Review
Smartphones and Health: The (Poo) Review
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Smartphones and Health: The (Poo) Review

  1. 1. neal lathia
  2. 2. (serious stuff)
  3. 3. mobile phones are “anoccasion to re-think what psychology could be...” G. Miller
  4. 4. “if psychology had no history –if it was invented today […] we would use smartphones because they are ubiquitous, unobtrusive, intimate, sensor-rich, computationally powerful, and remotely accessible” G. Miller and with us > 80% of the time
  5. 5. depressed person vs.neal programming
  6. 6. first person to turn over their phone... pays the bill
  7. 7. 1. people can input data 2. sensors can read data3. applications can give you feedback
  8. 8. quantified self +psychologists =interventions“hey you, behave..”
  9. 9. (part 2)
  10. 10. do you take your smartphone into the toilet with you?
  11. 11. 91% of 28-35 year olds text while on the toilet
  12. 12. (a) sharing with friends / anonymity(b) why this is not a diagnostic tool(c) final feature requests / future plan
  13. 13. https://play.google.com/apps/details?id=com.poo.review

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