This project studies the lived experiences and self-monitoring practices of individuals who track their moods through both digital and low/no-tech tools. We work with general populations as well as people with serious mental illness. A particular focus is individuals with bipolar disorder, in order to design assessment and intervention technologies that are more personalized and illness-tailored than generic personal informatics tools and more preemptive and broadly deployable than traditional clinical treatments.
2014 - 2020
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