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MyTime

Alexis Hiniker, Sungsoo (Ray) Hong, Tadayoshi Kohno, Julie A. Kientz
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '16  
We conducted a design exercise and online survey to map the design space of interventions for smartphone non-use and distilled these into a small taxonomy of intervention categories.  ...  Using these findings, we implemented "MyTime," an intervention to support people in achieving goals related to smartphone non-use.  ...  We would like to thank Sean Munson for his feedback and advice, Adam Lerner and Peter Ney for their design input, and pilot testers Nique Roosa, Earl Roosa, Bryan Wezwick, Alex Dyczko, Michaele Dyczko,  ... 
doi:10.1145/2858036.2858403 dblp:conf/chi/HinikerHKK16 fatcat:c5iycsddobf7jblc5forjguh6m

Self-Control in Cyberspace

Ulrik Lyngs, Kai Lukoff, Petr Slovak, Reuben Binns, Adam Slack, Michael Inzlicht, Max Van Kleek, Nigel Shadbolt
2019 Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '19  
Second, we adapt and apply an integrative dual systems model of self-regulation as a framework for organising and evaluating the design features found.  ...  design features and intervention strategies afforded by current tools for digital self-control.  ...  the model may be used directly to guide research and intervention design.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3290605.3300361 dblp:conf/chi/LyngsLSBSIKS19 fatcat:mjdnmf3z7jdelgqjtouj23x53a

Reflect, not Regret: Understanding Regretful Smartphone Use with App Feature-Level Analysis

Hyunsung Cho, DaEun Choi, Donghwi Kim, Wan Ju Kang, Eun Kyoung Choe, Sung-Ju Lee
2021 Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was supported by the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) grant funded by the Ministry of Science and ICT (MSIT) of Korea (No.NRF-2020R1A2C1004062).  ...  To promote less regretful smartphone use, intervention designs have been proposed to regulate smartphone use.  ...  The nuanced understanding of regretful smartphone use offers new insights into social media app designs and intervention designs for digital well-being. Fig. 1 . 1 Fig. 1.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3479600 fatcat:35knhcmra5fm3isoxi2cpoeoku

Mind-proofing Your Phone: Navigating the Digital Minefield with GreaseTerminator [article]

Siddhartha Datta, Konrad Kollnig, Nigel Shadbolt
2022 arXiv   pre-print
This work introduces GreaseTerminator to enable researchers to develop, deploy, and test interventions against these harms with end-users.  ...  We demonstrate the ease of intervention development and deployment, as well as the broad range of harms potentially covered with GreaseTerminator in five in-depth case studies.  ...  If researchers use GreaseTerminator, they should design studies such that participants are specifically evaluating interventions based on their design and requirements, and not based on deployment limitations  ... 
arXiv:2112.10699v3 fatcat:prfbs5ypd5a4tkhfrmz4hx5dia

Monitoring Screen Time or Redesigning It?

Mingrui Ray Zhang, Kai Lukoff, Raveena Rao, Amanda Baughan, Alexis Hiniker
2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
Existing designs helping people manage their social media use include: 1) external supports that monitor and limit use; 2) internal supports that change the interface itself.  ...  Participants valued our internal supports and said that our external supports were for "other people. " Our fndings suggest that design patterns promoting agency may serve users better than screen time  ...  Interrater reliability was assessed using Cohen's kappa, with κ = 0.80, indicating substantial agreement ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank Ningyuan Lee for his help in resolving issues during the  ... 
doi:10.1145/3491102.3517722 fatcat:tfs6zdybzvhqpfxn6dp6bgbb5u

Effect of a 14-Day Mindfulness Intervention on Daily Desire Experiences and Desire Regulation

Nabila Jahan
2019
The desire domains included basic need-based desires (i.e., for food, drink, sleep) and secondary desires (e.g., for sex, media, social interactions, work), assessed for 7 days pre-and post-intervention  ...  The present exploratory randomized controlled trial examined the effect of a 14-day smartphone-based mindfulness intervention (versus a coping control intervention) on the frequency, intensity, duration  ...  Such literature suggests that when taking an objective, non-evaluative attentional stance, mindfulness can teach one to notice and disambiguate the physiological and emotional antecedents and processes  ... 
doi:10.25772/gqvb-xr92 fatcat:eqjllgjpknctfcex7frqddxocy

An Examination of Parenting Strategies for Children's Online Safety

Abigail Marsh
2018
Teenagers are using the internet for a variety of social and identity-based activities, but in doing so, they are exposed to risky situations.  ...  In this thesis, we investigate how parents and teens perceive online risks, the eff ects of using current tools designed to keep teens safe online, and fi nally, the usability of currentlyavailable online  ...  [50] designed an application called "MyTime" intended to assist adult users reduce smartphone use and tested it with 23 adult participants (mean age 33.5).  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/7188881 fatcat:u2a2dktlj5cqxfou4sziofqmra