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Apptimistic research: Studying well-being and behaviour change using sensor data from mobile phone apps

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The speakers will talk about the opportunities for and challenges of using smartphones for social science research. They will describe an app that collects self-reported mood and compares it with data collected from the phone’s sensors, an app developed to help people quit smoking, and an app that will allow researchers to collect their own sensor data.

There will be free pizza, beer and wine! This session is open to all staff and students in the university. Everyone is welcome!

Click here for the map of the venue: Gurdon Institute Tea Room

This talk is part of the "Postdoc Masterclass" for All Life Scientists series.

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