Publications

Moraveji, N. (2012). Augmented Self-Regulation. Ph.D. Dissertation at Stanford University.

Moraveji, N., Hagiwara, T. (2012). BreathTray: Augmenting Respiration Self-Regulation without Cognitive Deficit. Extended abstracts of ACM CHI 2012. Austin, TX.

Wongsuphasawat, K., Gamburg, A., Moraveji, N. (2012). You Can’t Force Calm: Designing and Evaluating Respiratory Regulating Interfaces for Calming Technology. Extended abstracts of ACM UIST, Cambridge, MA, USA.

Moraveji, N. Soesanto, C. (2012). Towards Stress-less User Interfaces: 10 Heuristics Based on the Psychophysiology of Stress. Extended abstracts of ACM CHI 2012. Austin, TX.

Moraveji, N., Pea, R. (2011). Social Augmentation of Self-Regulation: Influencing User Physiology During Information Work. NSF LIFE Site Visit 2011. Seattle, WA.

Moraveji, N., Oppezzo, M., Habif, S., Pea, R. (2011). A Theoretical Model of Calming Technology: Designing to Mitigate Stress and Increase Calm. Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (AMIA WISH 2011). Washington, DC.

Moraveji, N., Olson, B., Nguyen, T., Saadat, M., Khaligi, Y., Pea, R., Heer, J. (2011). Peripheral Paced Respiration: Influencing User Physiology During Information Work. ACM UIST. Santa Barbara, CA.

Moraveji, N., Marr, E., Staubo, C., Habif, S., Oppezzo, M. (2011). Calming Technology Design Cards.  First published at the August Quantified Self Silicon Valley: Health Meetup.

Moraveji, N., Pea, R. (2011). Social Augmentation of Self-Regulation: Influencing User Physiology During Information Work. NSF LIFE Center Site Visit, Seattle WA.

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