Understanding the Context for Health Behavior Change with Cognitive Work Analysis and Persuasive Design

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2018-01-03
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Burns, Catherine
Sadat Rezai, Leila
St. Maurice, Justin
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Cognitive Work Analysis (CWA) and Persuasive Design (PD) can be complementary approaches for designing behavior change systems. CWA can provide insights into persuasive context, identify ineffective behavior paths and suggest more effective behaviors. However, PD can contribute design ideas to create that behavior change. These methods, and how they can be used together, are discussed. The example of blood pressure management is used to show how new behavior change paths can be identified and encouraged.
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Health Behavior Change Support Systems, behavior change, blood pressure, cognitive work analysis, human factors, persuasive design
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8 pages
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Proceedings of the 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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