Publications

Dissertation

ON BEING ‘FITTER, HAPPIER, AND MORE PRODUCTIVE’: THE IMPACT OF IMPLICIT GOALS IN AFFECTIVE PERSONAL INFORMATICS
Hollis, V.
Qualifying Exam and Dissertation Committee Members: Steve Whittaker, Leila Takayama, Doug Bonett, Jean E. Fox Tree, and Katherine Isbister

In preparation

(In prep) Insight or Insult? Reasoning Strategies When Personal Informatics Contradict Self Beliefs.
Hollis, V., Springer, A., & Whittaker, S.

2018

On Being Told How We Feel: How Algorithmic Sensor Feedback Influences Emotion Perception.
Hollis, V., Pekurovsky, A., Wu, N. & Whittaker, S.
Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies (IMWUT)

Mood Modeling: Accuracy Depends on Active Logging and Reflection
Springer, A., Hollis, V., & Whittaker, S.
Personal and Ubiquitous Computing.

Estimating Causal Effects of Exercise from Mood Logging Data.
Sridhar, D., Springer, A., Hollis, V., Getoor, L., & Whittaker, S.
AAMAS Workshop on Machine Learning for Causal Inference, Counterfactual Prediction, and Autonomous Action (CausalML).

2017

Tangibles vs. Mouse in Educational Programming Games: Influences on Enjoyment and Self-Belief
Melcer, E., Hollis, V., and Isbister, K.
CHI ’17 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems.

Dice in the Black Box: User Experiences with an Inscrutable Algorithm
Springer, A., Hollis, V., & Whittaker, S.
AAAI Symposium

2016

‘Don’t Waste My Time’: Use of Time Information Improves Focus
Whittaker, S., Kalnikaite, V., Hollis, V., & Guydish, A.
CHI ’16

What Does All This Data Mean For My Future Mood? Actionable Analytics & Targeted Reflection for Emotional Well-Being
Hollis, V., Konrad, A., Springer, A., Antoun, M., Antoun, C., Martin, R., & Whittaker, S.
Human-Computer Interaction.

2015

Change of Heart: Emotion Tracking to Promote Behavior Change
Hollis, V., Konrad, A. & Whittaker, S.
CHI ’15

2013

Echoes From the Past: How Technology Mediated Reflection Improves Well-Being
Isaacs, E., Konrad, A., Walendowski, A., Lenning, T., Hollis, V. & Whittaker, S.
CHI ’13
Awarded Best Paper Honorable Mention (top 5% of admits)

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