FaceIt                                                                                                                    ...
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FaceIt: Supporting Reflection upon Social Anxiety Events with Lifelogging

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Rennert, K. and Karapanos, E. (2013) FaceIt: Supporting Reflection upon Social Anxiety Events with Lifelogging. CHI’13 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems.

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FaceIt: Supporting Reflection upon Social Anxiety Events with Lifelogging

  1. 1. FaceIt a cognitive behavioral therapy assistant for social anxiety 6:30 AM 8:30 AM 10:30 AM 12:30 PM 2:30 PM 4:30 PM 6:30 PM 8:30 PM 10:30 PM 12:30 AM 2:30 AM 4:30 AM Bus Stop Bus Stop 4800 Walnut Street 230 North Broad Street 260 North 2nd Street Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Users can see where their Users will know when there heart rate was elevated. are still entries to be made. Users will see the address where Users will get confirmation when the anxiety episode occurred, or they have completed their entry for first started. the episode, and if they shared it.The system allows sharing with The system gives feedback about the severitya counselor. of an episode through the size of the location indicator. This gives the user another way to compare severity and duration of anxiety episodes. Users wear a ring that monitors their The recording device is based on the Memoto. heart rate. An increased heart rate It is small and can be worn as a piece of jewelry, indicates an anxiety episode and is coming in several different colors and with an logged in the system. The time, date, assortment of decals. It records pictures and duration, and heart rate is recorded. audio for the duration of the anxiety episode. One of the most difficult tasks in cognitive behavioral therapy is maintaining a Daily Mood log. To assist the Users can use the system for exposure therapy user, the system will send reminders to record their out in the real world. They will have an objective daily mood and describe their thoughts and feelings record to compare against their memories of their about their anxiety episodes. They will have photos, performance and the behavior of others involved. location, and audio to help them remember the anxiety inducing events and how they were feeling at the time.

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