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Smartphones and Health: The (Poo) Review

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  • 1. neal lathia
  • 2. (serious stuff)
  • 3. mobile phones are “anoccasion to re-think what psychology could be...” G. Miller
  • 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. depressed person vs.neal programming
  • 6. first person to turn over their phone... pays the bill
  • 7. 1. people can input data 2. sensors can read data3. applications can give you feedback
  • 8. quantified self +psychologists =interventions“hey you, behave..”
  • 9. (part 2)
  • 10. do you take your smartphone into the toilet with you?
  • 11. 91% of 28-35 year olds text while on the toilet
  • 12. (a) sharing with friends / anonymity(b) why this is not a diagnostic tool(c) final feature requests / future plan
  • 13. https://play.google.com/apps/details?id=com.poo.review