This CHI 2014 workshop will focus on how to design, build and study persuasive technologies that can be adapted to meet the individualized needs of target users. The goal of this workshop is to connect the diverse group of behavior change researchers and practitioners interested in personalization to share their experiences, ideas, and discuss how to move the field forward. We will identify the key challenges in this area and brainstorm solutions to tackle these issues. Discussion and ideas generated from this workshop will be archived online to be available to the larger research community. This workshop ties into a number of special interests for the CHI community, including health, sustainability, intelligent user interfaces, serious games, and persuasive technology.
This workshop date is April 27, 2014.
Participants & Position Papers
Cecchinato, M.E., Bird, J., & Cox, A.N. Personalized Email Tools: A Solution to Email Overload?
Entwistle, J.M., Rasmussen, M.K., & Brewer, R. The Contextual Wheel of Practice
Jeske, D., Coventry, L., Briggs, P., & van Moorsel, A. Nudging whom how: IT proficiency, impulse control and secure behavior
Lessel, P., & Kruger, A. The Crowd and Persuasion - A Necessity for Individualized Persuasive Technologies?
Matias, J.N., Agapie, E., D’Ignazio, C., & Graeff, E. Challenges for Personal Behavior Change Research on Information Diversity
Meschtscherjakov, A., Gärtner, M., & Tscheligi, M. The Younger Me: Utilizing Past Behavior Changes to Inform Personalized Persuasive Strategies
Paruthi, G. User-Similarity for Recommending Lifestyle and Behavior changes
Pollack, A. Personalizing Behavior Change Technologies: Improving Outcomes for Children with Chronic Disease
Sah, Y.J., Peng, W., & Huh, J. How Do We Benefit From Online Social Comparison?
Schrammel, J., Prost, S., & Tscheligi, M. Personalized Persuasion: Addressing Target Behavior, Persuadability and Persuasive Agents within PEACOX
Singh, A., Bianchi-Berthouze, N., & Williams, A. One size fits none! Making affective state a key variable of behaviour change technology for chronic pain
Sleeper, M., & Leon, P.G. Building Personalized "Nudges" to Encourage Privacy Behaviors on Online Social Networks
Stawarz, K., Cox, A.L., & Blandford, A. Personalized routine support for tackling medication non-adherence
Wilcox, L., & Sun, J. Supporting Patient Assessment of Risk using Patient Similarity: Implications for Behavior Change