Accepted Papers 16′


Accepted for full presentation:

1Human Support for Behavioral Intervention Technologies for Mental Health: The Efficiency Model PDF
Stephen M. Schueller, Emily G. Lattie, Kathryn Noth Tomasino, David C. Mohr
Northwestern University Department of Preventive Medicine
2Designing Interventions for Health and Wellbeing PDF
Mary Czerwinski, Ran Gilad-Bachrach
Microsoft Research
3Designing to Support Recovery Communities PDF
Svetlana Yarosh
University of Minnesota, Computer Science & Engineering
4Moderated Online Social Therapy In Youth Mental Health: Seizing The Opportunity PDF
Mario Alvarez-Jimenez, Simon Rice Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health Melbourne, Australia
John Gleeson, Australian Catholic University, School of Psychology
Greg Wadley, Reeva Lederman, Simon D’Alfonso, Department of Computing and Information Systems University of Melbourne
5Computerized Art Therapy – Extended Abstract PDF
Efrat Gilad, Antioch University
Ran Gilad-Bachrach, Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research
6Providing Patient Context to Mental Health Professionals Using Mobile Applications PDF
Niels van Berkel, Simo Hosio, Tony Durkee, Vladimir Carli, Danuta Wasserman, Vassilis Kostakos
Center for Ubiquitous Computing, Oulu, Finland
7Intervening for Wellbeing: Developing Social-Emotional Competencies with Technology PDF
Petr Slovák, Human Computer Interaction Group, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Ran Gilad-Bachrach, Microsoft Research
Geraldine Fitzpatrick, Human Computer Interaction Group, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
8Computational study of psychosis symptoms and facial expressions PDF
Supriya Vijay, Tadas Baltrusaitis, Louis-Philippe Morency, Carnegie Mellon University
Luciana Pennant, Dost Öngür, Justin Baker, Harvard Medical School
9The Benefits of Digital Games for the Assessment and Treatment of Mental Health PDF
Max V. Birk and Regan L. Mandryk
Department of Computer Science, University of Saskatchewan
10Mind the Gap: the Importance of Pluralistic Discourse in Computing for Mental Health PDF
R. Jordan Crouser, Smith College
Morganne Ray Crouser, Justice Resource Institute, Needham, Massuchusetts,
11From Theory to Design: Technological Interventions for Coping with Stress and Anxiety PDF
Shruti Sannon, Natalya N. Bazarova
Cornell University
12SNAPSHOT Expose: Stage Based and Social Theory Based Applications to Reduce Stress and Improve Wellbeing PDF
Miriam Zisook, Sara Taylor, Akane Sano, Rosalind Picard
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Accepted for poster presentation:

1Biofeedback and Gaming-Style Smartphone Applications as a Stress Reduction Intervention PDF
Alison Dillon, Mark Kelly, Ian Robertson, Deirdre Robertson
Trinity College of Dublin
2Sensitivity to push notifications at problematic smartphone users using ERP PDF
Seul-Kee Kim, So-Yeong Kim, Hang-Bong Kang
Catholic University of Korea
3Mitigating Confounding Factors in Depression Detection Using an Unsupervised Clustering Approach PDF
Michelle Renee Morales, The Graduate Center CUNY
Rivka Levitan, Brooklyn College, CUNY
4An Affectively Aware Virtual Therapist for Depression Counseling PDF
Lazlo Ring, Timothy Bickmore Northeastern University
Paola Pedrelli, Massachusetts General Hospital
5Menthal - Running a Science Project as a Start-Up PDF
Ionut Andone, Konrad Błaszkiewicz, Boris Trendafilov, Mark Eibes, University of Bonn
Christian Montag, Universoty of Ulm
Alexander Markowetz,
6A trial of real-time text-based support for young people PDF
David N. Milne, Simon Hoermann, Rafael A. Calvo
University of Sydney
7In Strong Hands: eHealth Support for Mental Health Carers PDF
Dana Bradford, Australian eHealth Research Centre, Brisbane, Australia
Alison F Palmer, Metro North Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Service, Caboolture, Australia
8Online Community and Suicide Prevention: Investigating the Linguistic Cues and Response Bias PDF
Hsiao-Ying Huang, Masooda Bashir
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
9Developing an Automated Report Card for Addiction Counseling: The Counselor Observer Ratings Expert for MI (CORE-MI) PDF
James Gibson, Shrikanth Narayan, UC LA School of Engineering
Geoff Gray, Tad Hirsch, University of Washington, Seattle Devision of Design
Zav Imel, University of Utah Department of Educational Psychology
David Atkins, University of Washington, Seattle Department of Psychiatry
10An application of eye tracking technology to detect attention bias for suicide related stimuli PDF
Steven Vannoy, Samuel Gable, Madeline Brodt, Melanie Cadet, Bonnie Andrews, Meredith Maloney
University of Massachusetts, Boston, Department of Counseling Psychology
11SAD: Social Anxiety and Depression Monitoring System for College Students PDF
Philip Chow, Haoyi Xiong, Karl Fua, Wes Bonelli, Bethany A. Teachman, Laura E. Barnes
University of Virginia
12Embodied Self-Regulation with Tangibles PDF
Katherine Isbister, UC Santa Cruz
Michael Karlesky, NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering
13Introspectibles: Tangible Interaction to Foster Introspection PDF
Renaud Gervais Joan Sol Roo, Martin Hachet Inria, France
Jérémy Frey, University of Bordeaux, France
14Language Signals Preceding Suicide Attempts PDF
Anthony Wood, Jessica Shiffman, Ryan Leary, Glen Coppersmith
15The Mindful Commute PDF
Pablo Paredes, James Landay, Wendy Ju
Stanford University
16 A Wearable Social Interaction Aid for Children with Autism PDF
Peter Washington, Catalin Voss, Nick Haber, Serena Tanaka, Serena Tanaka
Jena Daniels, Carl Feinstein, Terry Winograd, Dennis Wall
Stanford University

Accepted as workshop participant (submissions closed)

1 Differences in Self Reported Symptoms of Major Depressive Disorder with Paper/Pencil vs Smartphone App
John Torous Brigham and Women’s Hospital , Department of Psychiatry
Charlie Lin, Pocket Gems
Steven Chan UC Davis, Department of Psychiatry
2 Using Affect Response to Dangerous Stimuli to Classify Suicide Risk
Steven Vannoy, Samuel Gable, Madeline Brodt, Bonnie Andrews, Meredith Maroney, U.Mass Boston, Department of Psychology
Rana el Kaliouby, Daniel McDuff, Affectiva
3 Realistic Avatars as a Positive, Affective CHI
Michael Seymour
Sydney University
4 Connecting the Dots: Crowdsourced Mental Health Treatments
Andrew Cavallaro, Tufts University
5 Positive Psychology in Photography and Social Media
Yu Chen, Gloria Mark, UC Irvine, Department of Informatics
6 From Neuroscience to eHealth Technologies
DanaKai Bradford, Australian eHealth Research Centre
Alison Palmer, Metro North Mental Health and Drug & Alcohol Service, Caboolture
7 Problematic and beneficial video gaming
Michelle Colder Carras, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Mental Health
8 Team Clasp: Expression of Interest
Maria Angela Ferrario, Will Simm, Lancaster University, School of Computing & Communications
9 Well-Being Technologies for Past, Present and Prospective Thinking
Victoria Hollis, Artie Konrad, Steve Whittaker , UC Santa Cruz
10 Mental Health, Self-Harm and Computing
Nataly Birbeck, Open Lab, Newcastle University
11 Computing and Mental Health Applications
Adam Miner, Stanford University
12 Population & Behavioral Health Informatics Group at the University of Utah
Mike Conway, Albert Park, University of Utah, Department of Biomedical Informatics
13 Understanding the Online Social Lives of Young Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury
Jessica L. Feuston, Anne Marie Piper, Northwestern University
14 Towards a Playful Digital Wellness Assistant
Gustavo F. Tondello, Lennart Nacke, University of Waterloo
15 Keeping the Human in the Loop with Subjective Experience in Mental Health Tracking
Jakob Eg Larsen, Technical University of Denmark
Kasper Eskelund, Danish Defence Military Psychology Unit
Thomas Blomseth Christiansen, Konsulent Blomseth and TOTTI Labs
16 Mobile Phone Use at Night
Mattias Rost, John Rooksby, Zhou Fang, School of Computing Science, University of Glagow
17 Using technology to support mental health interventions
David Coyle, School of Computer Science University College Dublin
18 Therapist and Client Experience of Unlimited Text-Message Based Therapy Solutions
Simone Lanette, Melissa Mazmanian, UC Irvine
19 Therapy Bot: A Self-Taught Computerized Therapist
Michael Tanana, Christina Soma, Unversity of Utah
David Atkins, University of Washington
20 Applying Natural Language Processing to Mental Health
William Jarrold, Nuance Communications
21 Proactive Social Media Intervention for Suicide Prevention
Jordan Bates, Pat Pataranutaporn, Arizona State University
Ram Polur, Humanity X
22 Exploring the Design Space of Online Cognitive Therapy
Katie O’Leary
University of Washington
Information School | DUB Group Seattle,
23 MoodText: Automated text messaging for Depression
Adrian Aguilera, Emma Bruehlman-Senecal
University of California, Berkeley
24 Mental Health eClinic (MHeC): breaking down traditional mental health care barriers by utilising new and emerging technologies
Tracey Davenport, Laura Ospina-Pinillos, Ian Hickie, University of Sydney
Jane Burns, Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre
25 Wellness in Urban Bangladesh
Nova Ahmed, North South University Dhaka, Bangladesh
26 Music Affective Computing for Wellbeing
Kejun Zhang, Lekai Zhang, Hui Zhang, Zhejiang University Hangzhou, China
Baixi Xing, Hangzhou Dianzi Univeristy Hangzhou, China
27 Predicting Psychotic Symptom Relapse Using Social Media Based Signals
Michael Birnbaum, MD. Department of Psychiatry Zucker Hillside Hospital Glen Oaks, NY, USA
28 Perceptions of Telemental Health among Youth
Tammy Toscos, Maria Wright, Michael Mirro, Parkview Research Center
29 Technological Addiction of Smart Devices
Uichin Lee, KAIST Daejeon, South Korea
30 Fostering Social Support through Technology for Mental Health Care
Arpita Bhattacharya, Human Centered Design and Engineering, DUB Group, University of Washington
31 Computational Methods to Improve Smartphone Apps that Measure Mental Wellbeing
Orianna DeMasi, Benjamin Recht, Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University of California, Berkeley
32 Smartphone- and Computing-based Technologies to Enhance Individualized Therapy of Mental Disorders: Opportunities and Challenges
Gunther Meinlschmidt, Esther Stalujanis, Marion Tegethoff, University of Basel
33 Towards automatic analysis of gestures and body expressions in depression
Marwa Mahmoud, Peter Robinson, University of Cambridge
34 Augmenting Collaborative Care for Depression through Mobile Health: A Pilot Study
Amy M. Bauer, Matthew Iles-Shih, Reza Hosseini Ghomi, Sarah Monsell, University of Washington