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Wristbands Keep Tabs on Fitness

14 November 2012

New York Times

Studies have shown that if there’s some visible, omnipresent monitor of your negative behaviour — spending too much money, eating too much food, using too much power in your home — you’re far more likely to correct that behaviour. That’s the idea behind personal activity-tracking bracelets that make you constantly aware of how active you are (or aren’t), and  therefore motivate you to make changes that add up.

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Keywords: characteristics of technological outcomes, changing behavior, activity-tracking bracelets

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