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  • smile activates regions of the brain associated with emotion (amygdala)\nbotox injections reduce the activity in these regions,\nreduction of stress hormone\n
  • Seeing other faces causes loss of control\n
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  • this is your smile
  • this is your smilethis helps you reduce stress1
  • this is your smilethis helps you reduce stress1this causes others to smile2
  • this is your smilethis helps you reduce stress1this causes others to smile2this helps others reduce stress
  • how many times did you smile yesterday? • 1? 20? 2000? • hint: it’s probably between 5 and 303 • in any case, difficult to keep track of
  • how many times did you smile yesterday? • 1? 20? 2000? • hint: it’s probably between 5 and 303 • in any case, it’s difficult to keep track of rather than ask people to become more aware of their current smiling habits, I wanted them to add on an additional smiling behavior
  • designtrigger
  • this is your smilethis helps you reduce stress1this causes others to smile2this helps others reduce stress
  • designtrigger, motivation
  • designease
  • results• 7 people signed up• all within my immediate social circle• trial lasted for 7 days
  • results• all 7 responded to the daily picture with a picture of themselves• >90% of the responses were within 5 minutes or less of the initial MMS• half reported noticing feeling better by smiling themselves, but the other half reported feeling better just from receiving the initial smiling picture
  • insights• interest outside of my immediate social circle was slim (non-existent, actually…), perhaps due to the “intimacy” of photo-sharing• did not have a set time for sending the MMS’s, there might be a better/best time of day• people wanted to do it with other people besides me…
  • next steps• remove myself from the transaction• automate the process• aggregate responses• expand to medium besides MMS
  • sean rosetwitter: @sean_a_rose
  • 1. http://www.springerlink.com/content/y6167x802644377v/2. http://www.informaworld.com/index/713751421.pdf3. http://blog.healthtap.com/2011/05/ted-video-the-untapped-powers-of-smiling/