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Increasing User Motivation of a Mobile Health Application based on applying Operant Conditioning

Götze, Michael (2015) Increasing User Motivation of a Mobile Health Application based on applying Operant Conditioning. Bachelor thesis, Institute of Databases and Information Systems.

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Abstract

In times of demographic change, especially in western countries, it’s getting more and more important to come up with cheap and efficient solutions to care for older people and their medical conditions. Now that smart phones are widely spread, they should be used to make life easier for their users. This characteristic can be achieved e.g. by developing mobile health applications for daily usage. In this bachelor thesis an approach is presented how the motivation of diabetes diseased people can be increased, to check for their own health, by applying concepts of operant conditioning. These concepts will be presented and how they result in a psychological impact on the user. Furthermore, an implementation of the designed concepts will be shown.

Item Type:Thesis (Bachelor)
Subjects:DBIS Research > Master and Phd-Thesis
ID Code:1333
Deposited By: Herr Marc Schickler
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Deposited On:10 Dec 2015 13:05
Last Modified:16 Sep 2016 06:40

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