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Mobile Phone Sensor Correlates of Depressive Symptom Severity in Daily-Life Behavior: An Exploratory Study
Background Depression is a common, burdensome, often recurring mental health disorder that frequently goes undetected and untreated. Mobile phones are ubiquitous and have an increasingly largeExpand
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The Behavioral Intervention Technology Model: An Integrated Conceptual and Technological Framework for eHealth and mHealth Interventions
A growing number of investigators have commented on the lack of models to inform the design of behavioral intervention technologies (BITs). Expand
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Behavioral intervention technologies: evidence review and recommendations for future research in mental health.
OBJECTIVE A technical expert panel convened by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and the National Institute of Mental Health was charged with reviewing the state of research onExpand
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Pursuit of pleasure, engagement, and meaning: Relationships to subjective and objective measures of well-being
Pleasure, engagement, and meaning are all unique predictors of individuals’ well-being. We explored the relationship between the pursuit of each of these pathways and well-being. Participants (N =Expand
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Preferences for positive psychology exercises
Positive psychologists have developed a variety of techniques to increase well-being. This study explored whether preferences for some interventions are linked to preferences for other interventions.Expand
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Continuous evaluation of evolving behavioral intervention technologies.
Behavioral intervention technologies (BITs) are web-based and mobile interventions intended to support patients and consumers in changing behaviors related to health, mental health, and well-being.Expand
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The relationship between mobile phone location sensor data and depressive symptom severity
Background Smartphones offer the hope that depression can be detected using passively collected data from the phone sensors. The aim of this study was to replicate and extend previous work usingExpand
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Disseminating Self-Help: Positive Psychology Exercises in an Online Trial
Background The recent growth of positive psychology has led to a proliferation in exercises to increase positive thoughts, behaviors, and emotions. Preliminary evidence suggests that these exercisesExpand
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Personal Sensing: Understanding Mental Health Using Ubiquitous Sensors and Machine Learning.
Sensors in everyday devices, such as our phones, wearables, and computers, leave a stream of digital traces. Personal sensing refers to collecting and analyzing data from sensors embedded in theExpand
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