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Regaining Joy of Life: Theory-Driven Development of Mobile Psychotherapy Support Systems

@inproceedings{Neben2015RegainingJO,
  title={Regaining Joy of Life: Theory-Driven Development of Mobile Psychotherapy Support Systems},
  author={Tillmann Neben and Anna-Maria Seeger and Tommi Kramer and Andrew J. White},
  booktitle={ICIS},
  year={2015}
}
This paper addresses the theory-driven design of a mobile health (mHealth) application that supports modern psychotherapy with information communication technology (ICT). It presents the initial stage of a larger multi-disciplinary project involving researchers from clinical psychology and information systems (IS). We derive guidelines for developing ICT that support cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), a form of psychotherapy that is well established for the treatment of several mental… 

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