PopTherapy: coping with stress through pop-culture

@inproceedings{Paredes2014PopTherapyCW,
  title={PopTherapy: coping with stress through pop-culture},
  author={Pablo Paredes and Ran Gilad-Bachrach and Mary Czerwinski and Asta Roseway and Kael Rowan and Javier Hernandez},
  booktitle={PervasiveHealth},
  year={2014}
}
Stress is considered to be a modern day “global epidemic"; so given the widespread nature of this problem, it would be beneficial if solutions that help people to learn how to cope better with stress were scalable beyond what individual or group therapies can provide today. Therefore, in this work, we study the potential of smart-phones as a pervasive medium to provide therapy for the general population "popular therapy". The work melds two novel contributions: first, a micro-intervention… CONTINUE READING

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