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Mobile Technologies for Health and Wellness: A Global Perspective

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Advancing Wellbeing Seminar Series: Don Norman

Design in the 21st Century

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Advancing Wellbeing Seminar Series: Mel Slater

From Lenin to Einstein: How being someone else can change your behavior

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Advancing Wellbeing Seminar Series: Tam Vu

Non-invasive sleep quality monitoring with LIBS, an in-ear sensing system

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Advancing Wellbeing Distinguished Lecture: David Williams

Social Influences on Health: Addressing both risks and Resources

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Advancing Wellbeing Seminar Series: Justine Cassell

Designing Bots, Virtual Humans, and Other Systems that Can Hold up Their End of the ConversationIn today's era of intelligent assistants ...

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Advancing Wellbeing Seminar Series: Björn Schuller

Overall, how would you describe your mood? – Active and Passive Voice Monitoring in mHealth for Wellbeing

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Advancing Wellbeing Seminar Series: Amy Blankson

Advancing Wellbeing Seminar Series: Amy Blankson THE FUTURE OF HAPPINESS: How Mindful Innovation Can Fuel Well-being Technology—at least ...

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Performance Under Pressure: Fear is Not an Option

Dr. Andrew Walshe, Senior Director of High Performance for Red Bull, presents his seminar "Performance Under Pressure: Fear is Not an Opt...

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When can a computer improve your social skills?

DescriptionCarefully designed feedback on automatically-sensed human behavior has been effective in improving important social and cognit...

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Running Into Wellbeing: The Mood, Anxiety, and Cognitive Benefits of Physical Activity

DescriptionA wealth of evidence indicates that exercise programs can relieve negative affect, alleviate stress, reduce both anxiety and a...

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Decoding Dating: A different perspective on building relationships

DescriptionJohn Miller will examine different aspects of dating and relationships from the perspective of a person who is on the autism s...

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Kent Larson and Agnis Stibe

This talk is open to the public and will be webcast live. Can you imagine a city that feels, understands, and cares? Many of us live and ...

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Agnis Stibe on Persuasive Cities for Sustainable Wellbeing

This talk is open to the public and will be webcast live. Can you imagine a city that feels, understands, and cares? Many of us live and ...

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Todd Rogers on Social Support and Student Well-Being

Rogers will discuss two topics. The first is on the four underlying psychological and structural factors that determine when intervention...

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Sebastian Deterding on Palaces in Time: Designing Against Productivity

This talk is open to the public and will be webcast live. “You cannot not communicate,” Paul Watzlawick once famously said. Similarly, wh...

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Sebastian Deterding and Agnis Stibe

This talk is open to the public and will be webcast live. “You cannot not communicate,” Paul Watzlawick once famously said. Similarly, wh...

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Samir Chatterjee and Agnis Stibe

The world’s population is aging. While people are living longer, they are also suffering from many chronic diseases. Obesity, diabetes, a...

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Samir Chatterjee on Designing Persuasive Mobile Technologies to Assist and Monitor Heart-Failure Patients

The world’s population is aging. While people are living longer, they are also suffering from many chronic diseases. Obesity, diabetes, a...

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Todd Rogers and Agnis Stibe

Rogers will discuss two topics. The first is on the four underlying psychological and structural factors that determine when intervention...

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Brian Cugelman and Agnis Stibe

This talk is open to the public and will be webcast live. In this interactive workshop, Dr. Brian Cugelman will discuss motivation from a...

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Brian Cugelman on Ancient Motivation and Digital Influence

This talk is open to the public and will be webcast live. In this interactive workshop, Dr. Brian Cugelman will discuss motivation from a...

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Jim Prochaska and Rosalind Picard

The Transtheoretical Model can be applied with individual patients and entire populations to produce unprecedented impacts. Assessing and u

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Jim Prochaska on High Impact Digitally Tailored Behavior Change Programs Part 1

The Transtheoretical Model can be applied with individual patients and entire populations to produce unprecedented impacts. Assessing and...

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Jim Prochaska on High-Impact, Digitally Tailored Behavior Change Programs, Part 2

The Transtheoretical Model can be applied with individual patients and entire populations to produce unprecedented impacts. Assessing and...

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Jim Prochaska on High Impact Digitally Tailored Behavior Change Programs Q&A 1

The Transtheoretical Model can be applied with individual patients and entire populations to produce unprecedented impacts. Assessing and...

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Jim Prochaska on High Impact Digitally Tailored Behavior Change Programs Q&A 2

The Transtheoretical Model can be applied with individual patients and entire populations to produce unprecedented impacts. Assessing and...

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Timothy Bickmore on Relational Agents for Health Interventions in Underserved Populations Part 1

One third of US adults have low health literacy, the ability to obtain, read, and use healthcare information. These individuals also tend to

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Timothy Bickmore on Relational Agents for Health Interventions in Underserved Populations Q&A 2

One third of US adults have low health literacy, the ability to obtain, read, and use healthcare information. These individuals also tend...

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Timothy Bickmore on Relational Agents for Health Interventions in Underserved Populations Q&A 1

One third of US adults have low health literacy, the ability to obtain, read, and use healthcare information. These individuals also tend...

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Timothy Bickmore on Relational Agents for Health Interventions in Underserved Populations Part 2

One third of US adults have low health literacy, the ability to obtain, read, and use healthcare information. These individuals also tend...

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Timothy Bickmore and Rosalind Picard

One third of US adults have low health literacy, the ability to obtain, read, and use healthcare information. These individuals also tend...

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Dean Eckles on Learning and Experimenting with Behavior in Networks Part 1

This talk is free and open to the public.Compared with many other industries, including health care, the Internet industry has distinct a...

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Dean Eckles on Learning and Experimenting with Behavior in Networks Q&A 2

This talk is free and open to the public.Compared with many other industries, including health care, the Internet industry has distinct a...

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Dean Eckles on Learning and Experimenting with Behavior in Networks Part 2

This talk is free and open to the public.Compared with many other industries, including health care, the Internet industry has distinct a...

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Dean Eckles on Learning and Experimenting with Behavior in Networks Q & A 1

This talk is free and open to the public.Compared with many other industries, including health care, the Internet industry has distinct a...

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Dean Eckles and Agnis Stibe

This talk is free and open to the public.Compared with many other industries, including health care, the Internet industry has distinct a...

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Ted Simendinger and Agnis Stibe

This talk is free and open to the public, and will be webcast.This fun and interactive program teaches why we worry, why heads get crowde...

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Ted Simendinger on Managing the Worry Circle Part 2 Q&A

This talk is free and open to the public, and will be webcast.This fun and interactive program teaches why we worry, why heads get crowde...

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Ted Simendinger on Managing the Worry Circle Part 2

This talk is free and open to the public, and will be webcast.This fun and interactive program teaches why we worry, why heads get crowde...

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Ted Simendinger on Managing the Worry Circle Part 1 Q & A

This talk is free and open to the public, and will be webcast.This fun and interactive program teaches why we worry, why heads get crowde...

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Ted Simendinger on Managing the Worry Circle Part 1

This talk is free and open to the public, and will be webcast.This fun and interactive program teaches why we worry, why heads get crowde...

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Alex 'Sandy' Pentland on The Social Physics of Wellbeing, Part 2

This talk is open to the public and will be webcast live. For the last decade, Sandy Pentland's research has investigated what can be lea...

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Alex 'Sandy' Pentland on The Social Physics of Wellbeing Part 2 Q&A

This talk is open to the public and will be webcast live. For the last decade, Sandy Pentland's research has investigated what can be lea...

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Alex 'Sandy' Pentland on The Social Physics of Wellbeing, Part 1

This talk is open to the public and will be webcast live. For the last decade, Sandy Pentland's research has investigated what can be lea...

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Alex 'Sandy' Pentland on The Social Physics of Wellbeing Part 1 Q&A

For the last decade, Sandy Pentland's research has investigated what can be learned from continuous monitoring of human behavior. What ha...

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Alex "Sandy" Pentland and Rosalind Picard

DescriptionFor the last decade, Sandy Pentland's research has investigated what can be learned from continuous monitoring of human behavi...

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Rafael Calvo on Positive Computing Part 2

Digital technologies have made their way into all the aspects of our lives that, according to psychology, influence our wellbeing—everyth...

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Rafael Calvo on Positive Computing Part 1

DescriptionDigital technologies have made their way into all the aspects of our lives that, according to psychology, influence our wellbe...

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Rafael Calvo on Positive Computing Part 2 Q&A

Digital technologies have made their way into all the aspects of our lives that, according to psychology, influence our wellbeing—everyth...

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Rafael Calvo on Positive Computing Part 1 Q&A

Digital technologies have made their way into all the aspects of our lives that, according to psychology, influence our wellbeing—everyth...

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Christina A. Roberto on Improving Diet Through Evidence-based Policies

Christina A. Roberto, PhDStrategic Science: Improving diet through evidence-based policiesAbstract Poor diet and obesity are worldwide publi

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Katherine Milkman on The Fresh Start Effect

The popularity of New Year’s resolutions suggests people are more likely to tackle their goals right after salient temporal landmarks. If tr

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Adam Gazzaley on Video Games and Neuroscience

A fundamental challenge for modern society is the development of effective approaches to enhance brain function and cognition in both health

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Temple Grandin: Different Kinds of Minds Contribute to Society

This event is co-sponsored by the Media Lab and the Simons Center for the Social Brain and is open to the public.There will be an America...

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Jeffrey "Lyte" Lin on Shaping Behavior in Online Games

When online communities first emerged on the Internet, they developed without structure; there were no consequences so users “grew up” think

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Neema Moraveji on Breath as a Calming Technology

Advancing Wellbeing Seminar SeriesBreath as a Calming TechnologyNeema Moraveji, PhDCalming Technology Lab, Stanford UniversityABSTRACTChroni

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Lisa Mosconi on Nutritional Medicine

DescriptionAlzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia, currently affecting over 5 million people in the USA alone. Age-...

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Dinesh John: Active Workstations to Combat Sedentary Behavior

This talk is part of the Advancing Wellbeing seminar series at the MIT Media Lab. For information about future talks, please join our mai...

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Matthew Nock on Prediction of Suicidal Behavior

DescriptionIn his talk, Dr. Nock will describe recent findings from epidemiologic studies on the prevalence, characteristics and risk fac...

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Ben Sawyer on Games for Health

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Chuck Czeisler on sleep, performance and health in a 24/7 culture

DescriptionSleep deficiency and circadian disruption are endemic in our 24/7 society. Both are particularly prevalent on college campuses...

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Tools for Wellbeing: From Depression to Resilience

Our tastes and predilections for food are based neither on instinct or information, but cultural factors that are frequently derived from...

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Robert Morris on Crowdsourcing Mental Health and Emotional Well-Being

DescriptionThis talk is part of the Advancing Wellbeing seminar series at the MIT Media Lab. For information about future talks, please j...

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Walter Willett on Tools for Wellbeing

For much of the last 25 years the focus of nutritional advice has been to reduce total fat intake and consume large amounts of carbohydra...

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Rosalind Picard on measuring stress, engagement and positive affect

Two of the main components of wellbeing are engagement and positive affect. Stress is often derided as harmful, but it can also be helpfu...

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Martha Herbert: A Whole Body Approach to Brain Health

AbstractPhysical and biological needs of the brain must be met as a precondition for "higher" functions to be performed. Basic phy

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Marko Ahtisaari: Optimizing Human Performance

Marko Ahtisaari is a technology entrepreneur and designer. For the last four years he was executive vice president of design at Nokia, re...

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Dr. John Ratey: Exercise and the Brain

AbstractDr. Ratey will address the connection between exercise and the brain's performance and the benefits of utilizing movement to pre

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Natasha Dow Schüll: Self-Tracking Devices

ABSTRACTDigital self-tracking, sometimes called ‘life hacking’ or ‘personal analytics,’ involves parsing ones experience (e.g. bodily proces

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Stephen Schueller on Optimizing Mental Health (Part 2): Designing and Implementing Mobile Phone Interventions to Combat Depression

Stephen Schueller: "Optimizing Mental Health: Technology to Improve Well-Being and Combat Depression"Tuesday, October 01, 2013 | 1

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Stephen Schueller on Optimizing Mental Health (Part 1): Investigating Well-being and Character in Psychology

Stephen Schueller: "Optimizing Mental Health: Technology to Improve Well-Being and Combat Depression"Tuesday, October 01, 2013 | 1