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Nudging vs. boosting: designing self-monitoring features for digital wellbeing apps
Americas Conference on Information Systems
Due to the increasing occurrence of IT-enabled behavioral addictions, many IS scholars have been focusing their work on strategies to mitigate smartphone overuse. Although there are many digital wellbeing apps that provide self-monitoring features, research that explores how to design such features is still scarce. Our research aims to bridge this gap by investigating the role of nudges vs boosts to aid users' cognitive processing of self-monitoring information. We expect to contribute with adblp:conf/amcis/WalserR21 fatcat:skconlf6rbcc3arcyqi5xhlr6i