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    • Design and Implementation of Conversational User Interfaces for Health 

      Langevin, Raina Hope
      Conversational user interfaces (CUIs) have the potential to support users across varied health domain areas. Yet barriers remain to the implementation and adoption of CUIs, such as lack of trustworthiness and consideration ...
    • Designing Engaging Conversational Interactions for Health & Behavior Change 

      Kocielnik, Rafal Dariusz
      The recent popularity of chat and voice-based conversational interactions fueled by advances in natural language processing (NLP) has opened up opportunities for re-imagining user interactions in health & behavior change ...
    • Designing for Human Supported Evidence-Based Planning 

      Agapie, Elena
      Behavior planning is a technique that can help people bridge goals with the actions that will help them accomplish those goals. Although more than half of all Americans set goals for changing behavior every year, people ...
    • Designing for Temporal Motivation 

      Suh, Minhyang Mia
      Time is an inseparable factor in human behavior, affecting how people think and what they value. The temporal dynamics of human perception has been a long-standing topic of interest in a broad range of disciplines including, ...
    • Technology Support for Online Science Communication 

      Williams, Spencer Russell
      As researchers, we have an obligation to share our scholarship and act as advocates for scientific knowledge. Participatory platforms like social media have become an important way for researchers to connect with the public, ...
    • Understanding and Tooling Translational Research in Human-Computer Interaction 

      Colusso, Lucas Franco
      Successfully bridging research and practice in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) can lead to better products and services that benefit society, as well as refined research questions and theories. However, groups of HCI ...