The Positive Computing Lab
The Positive Computing Lab is an interdisciplinary initiative of researchers & practitioners based at the University of Sydney with collaborators at institutions in Australia and worldwide. The lab's mission is to support the research and development of technology that supports psychological wellbeing.
Director: Rafael Calvo
Creative Leader: Dorian Peters
Postdoctoral Researchers: David Milne, Simon Hoermann
Developers: Ming Li, Yunyao Yao
Black Dog Institute
Brain and Mind Centre
Cambridge Wellbeing Institute
Charles Perkins Centre
Virtual Human Interaction Lab, Stanford
EQ Clinic - Communication skills for future doctors
EQ Clinic website.
JSiento, a low-cost portable open-source platform that provides resources for researchers to collect physiological signals, extract features and classify affective states.
Moderator Assistant - Support for Mental Health ModeratorsReachOut.com on the use of intelligent web technologies with social media, we've developed Moderator Assistant (see paper) and CyberMate, two projects which apply NLP to support support positive mental health in young people by increasing efficacy and resilience in the peer-support staff who do life-saving work via mental health forums and chat lines.
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Well@Work - Workplace wellbeing
nform the design and evaluation of an e-Mental Health Clinic for young people aged 16 to 25 years. The e-Mental Health Clinic aims to place the young person at the centre of care and use technologies to enhance engagement and reduce the traditional barriers to accessing services. - See more at: http://www.youngandwellcrc.org.au/research/user-driven-and/emental-health-clinic/#sthash.Au85kOQv.dpufWell@Work project is dedicated to improving mental health in the workplace, with a focus on male-dominated workplaces such as Fire and Rescue for which work-related depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress are critical issues, and stigma is a powerful barrier to help-seeking. The project is funded by Movember and BeyondBlue. See the Well@Work website.