... that innovation is the application of technology to solve human problems. The School of Psychology at the University of Surrey is currently working on new ways to gather data in every-day situations.
The latest app-technology opens new possibilities for psychological research. It enables us to get accurate real-time feedback of your mood, feelings and work-related thoughts during the time you are not at work…
… and it works on all smartphones.
Don’t want to read through all the information?
Listen to Nick Wallis interviewing Eva Hanisch about the
Surrey Smartphone Study on BBC Radio (16th July 2012).
The upcoming study has benefits for both, you and us: your participation will help US to a new perspective on the subject of work-life balance. YOU will get individual feedback on how you manage your balance compared to the rest of the population if you wish and you can win a £50 Amazon voucher.
On this website you will find all information you need about the study which will run from the 24th July to 7th August 2012. There are only a few things to do. Click through the buttons on the left and find out more.