Margaret Morris: The new sharing of emotions
About this talk: Margaret Morris wondered if a smart phone could add a new dimension to fostering mental health. She reveals how subjects successfully interacted with their phones throughout the day, mapping moods, charting physical responses, and getting instant ideas on confronting situations. And rather than expressing concerns about privacy, they wanted to share their emotions with others.
About this speaker
Margaret is a clinical psychologist who strives to make technologies that are emotionally helpful. She is a senior research scientist at Intel, where she works closely with engineers and designers to promote emotional connectedness and personal change via social media, mobile phones and embedded sensing. Prior to joining Intel, she was an experience Modeler at Sapient. Margaret received her BA from Haverford College, her PhD from the university of new Mexico, and completed her postdoctoral fellowship from Stanford university.
About this event
TED@Intel was a TED-curated event featuring a diverse group of speakers from across Intel's organization. Jointly produced by TED and Intel, the speakers shared ideas and visions about "Future in progress."