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Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on Persuasive Technology

Fullname:Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Persuasive Technology
Editors:Samir Chatterjee; Parvati Dev
Location:Claremont, California
Dates:2009-Apr-26 to 2009-Apr-29
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN: 1-60558-376-6, 978-1-60558-376-1; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: Persuasive09
Papers:46
Pages:279
  1. Keynote lecture 1
  2. Persuasion in practice
  3. Persuasive design techniques
  4. Persuading for healthy lifestyle
  5. Panel
  6. Persuasion and climate/energy change
  7. Influence and trust
  8. Distinguished lecture 1
  9. New metrics for earned engagement
  10. Behavior change applications
  11. Posters
  12. Distinguished lecture 3
  13. Design & evaluation of persuasive systems

Keynote lecture 1

Meeting people where they are BIBAFull-Text 1
  Brenda Laurel

Persuasion in practice

Understanding persuasive software functionality in practice: a field trial of polar FT60 BIBAFull-Text 2
  Marja Harjumaa; Katarina Segerståhl; Harri Oinas-Kukkonen
Towards a handy interactive persuasive diary for teenagers with a diagnosis of autism BIBAFull-Text 3
  Anja Meiland Ranfelt; Tony Wigram; Peter Øhrstrøm
A persuasive interactive mannequin for shop windows BIBAFull-Text 4
  W. Reitberger; A. Meschtscherjakov; T. Mirlacher; T. Scherndl; H. Huber; M. Tscheligi

Persuasive design techniques

Influencing interaction: development of the design with intent method BIBAFull-Text 5
  Dan Lockton; David Harrison; Tim Holley; Neville A. Stanton
Design methods for ethical persuasive computing BIBAFull-Text 6
  Janet Davis
Designing empathic computers: the effect of multimodal empathic feedback using animated agent BIBAFull-Text 7
  Hien Nguyen; Judith Masthoff

Persuading for healthy lifestyle

Goal-setting considerations for persuasive technologies that encourage physical activity BIBAFull-Text 8
  Sunny Consolvo; Predrag Klasnja; David W. McDonald; James A. Landay
Understanding user cognitions to guide the tailoring of persuasive technology-based physical activity interventions BIBAFull-Text 9
  Joyca Lacroix; Privender Saini; Annelies Goris
Hallym Jikimi 3rd system: web-based monitoring for u-health care service BIBAFull-Text 10
  Yong-Joong Kim; Kyung-Kwon Jung; Seon-Woo Lee; Gyu Moon; Dong-Sik Shin; Ho-Youl Kang

Panel

Designing for persuasion: mobile services for health behavior change BIBAFull-Text 11
  Sunny Consolvo; Kendra Markle; Kevin Patrick; Kara Chanasyk

Persuasion and climate/energy change

Using negative and positive social feedback from a robotic agent to save energy BIBAFull-Text 12
  Cees Midden; Jaap Ham
Using individual, social and economic persuasion techniques to reduce CO2 emissions in a family setting BIBAFull-Text 13
  Miyuki Shiraishi; Yasuyuki Washio; Chihiro Takayama; Vili Lehdonvirta; Hiroaki Kimura; Tatsuo Nakajima
Climate persuasive services: changing behavior towards low-carbon lifestyles BIBAFull-Text 14
  Jorge Luis Zapico; Marko Turpeinen; Nils Brandt

Influence and trust

Does it make a difference who tells you what to do?: exploring the effect of social agency on psychological reactance BIBAFull-Text 15
  Maaike Roubroeks; Cees Midden; Jaap Ham
Subtle persuasion: the unobtrusive effect of website-banner congruence on trust BIBAFull-Text 16
  Peter de Vries; Thomas J. L. van Rompay
Communication-based influence components model BIBAFull-Text 17
  Brian Cugelman; Mike Thelwall; Phil Dawes

Distinguished lecture 1

Three possible futures for persuasive technology BIBAFull-Text 18
  BJ Fogg

New metrics for earned engagement

New metrics for liquid media BIBFull-Text 19
  Martha G. Russell
Buzz, fuzz and numbers that really matter BIBFull-Text 20
  Blaine Baggett
The screen consumption quotient BIBFull-Text 21
  Neal M. Burns
The power score BIBFull-Text 22
  Maury Giles
Lifestyle mapping BIBFull-Text 23
  Louis-David Mangin
The community health index BIBFull-Text 24
  Michael Wu

Behavior change applications

Persuading users through counseling dialogue with a conversational agent BIBAFull-Text 25
  Daniel Schulman; Timothy Bickmore
"show-me": water consumption at a glance to promote water conservation in the shower BIBAFull-Text 26
  Karin Kappel; Thomas Grechenig
The persuasive qualities of maps BIBAFull-Text 27
  Louise Nørgaard Glud; Anders Albrechtslund; Henrik Harder

Posters

Organizational transformation: a new application of persuasive technology BIBAFull-Text 28
  William Seidman; Michael McCauley
Can ambient persuasive technology persuade unconsciously?: using subliminal feedback to influence energy consumption ratings of household appliances BIBAFull-Text 29
  Jaap Ham; Cees Midden; Femke Beute
Persuasive system design: state of the art and future directions BIBAFull-Text 30
  Kristian Torning; Harri Oinas-Kukkonen
GuideView: a system for developing structured, multimodal, multi-platform persuasive applications BIBAFull-Text 31
  M. Sriram Iyengar; Jose F. Florez-Arango; Carlos A. Garcia
ePsychology: a pilot study on how to enhance social support and adherence in digital interventions by characteristics from social networking sites BIBAFull-Text 32
  Elin Olsen; Pål Kraft
Self-setting of physical activity goals and effects on perceived difficulty, importance and competence BIBAFull-Text 33
  Privender Saini; Joyca Lacroix
Geocaching in a persuasive perspective BIBAFull-Text 34
  Lasse Burri Gram-Hansen
Factors that persuade continued use of Facebook among new members BIBAFull-Text 35
  Susan Shepherd Ferebee; James Wayne Davis
The portal monitor: a privacy-enhanced event-driven system for elder care BIBAFull-Text 36
  John Duncan; L. Jean Camp; William R. Hazelwood
Designing games to motivate physical activity BIBAFull-Text 37
  Shlomo Berkovsky; Dipak Bhandari; Stephen Kimani; Nathalie Colineau; Cécile Paris
10 uses of texting to improve health BIBAFull-Text 38
  BJ Fogg; Enrique Allen
Designing for video engagement on social networks: a video marketing case study BIBAFull-Text 39
  Nikki Serapio; BJ Fogg
A behavior model for persuasive design BIBAFull-Text 40
  BJ Fogg
Generating a sense of community in a graduate educational setting through persuasive technology BIBAFull-Text 41
  Daniel Firpo; Sumonta Kasemvilas; Peter Ractham; Xuesong Zhang
The Behavior Grid: 35 ways behavior can change BIBAFull-Text 42
  BJ Fogg

Distinguished lecture 3

The role of individualization in ePsychology interventions BIBAFull-Text 43
  P. Kraft

Design & evaluation of persuasive systems

Creating persuasive technologies: an eight-step design process BIBAFull-Text 44
  BJ Fogg
A theory-based framework for evaluating exergames as persuasive technology BIBAFull-Text 45
  Marc A. Adams; Simon J. Marshall; Lindsay Dillon; Susan Caparosa; Ernesto Ramirez; Justin Phillips; Greg J. Norman
Social influence of a persuasive agent: the role of agent embodiment and evaluative feedback BIBAFull-Text 46
  Suzanne Vossen; Jaap Ham; Cees Midden