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Emotion Sense is an Android application that lets you explore how your mood relates to the data that your smartphone can invisibly capture as you carry it throughout the day. Download it today!GET IT ON Google Play
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As part of our research, we are also building a collection of Android libraries to quickly build applications that collect sensor, mobile phone usage, and survey response data from participants of human interaction or social psychology experiments. These tools are fully configurable: social scientists can define what sensor data they would like to collect, a range of surveys with questions they would like to ask, and the conditions that should trigger each survey. Similarly, participants can set the application to meet their own personal preferences, by setting when they are available to answer surveys. The application is fully automated, and its configuration can be remotely updated, in order to adapt experiments as they are ongoing.
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Smartphones for Large-scale Behaviour Change Interventions. To appear, IEEE Pervasive Computing. N. Lathia, V. Pejovic, K. Rachuri, C. Mascolo, M. Musolesi, P. J. Rentfrow.