Leveraging the Potential of Personality Traits for Digital Health Interventions: A Literature Review on Digital Markers for Conscientiousness and Neuroticism

@inproceedings{Regger2017LeveragingTP,
  title={Leveraging the Potential of Personality Traits for Digital Health Interventions: A Literature Review on Digital Markers for Conscientiousness and Neuroticism},
  author={Dominik R{\"u}egger and Mirjam Stieger and Christoph Fl{\"u}ckiger and Mathias Allemand and Tobias Kowatsch},
  booktitle={MCIS 2017},
  year={2017}
}
Digital health interventions (DHIs) are designed to help individuals manage their disease, such as asthma, diabetes, or major depression. While there is a broad body of literature on how to design evidence-based DHIs with respect to behavioral theories, behavior change techniques or various design features, targeting personality traits has been neglected so far in DHI designs, although there is evidence of their impact on health. In particular, conscientiousness, which is related to therapy… CONTINUE READING

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