Monthly Archives: August 2011

A feedback example – dynamic speed displays: do they change driver behaviour?

Dynamic speed displays are large digital sign-boards that broadcast your speed as you travel past. Although they admonish you to slow down if you exceed the speed limit, do they provide effective feedback that changes driver behaviour and reduces risk … Continue reading

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Mobile social networking, self-monitoring, and health behaviour change

This week features a guest post by Richard, an undergraduate student working in the CDSM lab for the summer. His main project for the summer has been working on identifying iPhone apps that promise to help with weight management and … Continue reading

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