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mood, emotion, mental health[1][2]

Usually tracked through self survey and less quantitatively through journaling. Watch out for Alexithymia[3], the subclinical inability to identify or describe own emotions.\

Automatic Therapy Apps[edit | edit source]

Far cheaper than therapy. Most are based on cognitive behavioral therapy which is well proven but solves symptoms not causes and encourages patience to be their own therapist.[4]

Over a thousand stress management and psychosocial wellness intervention apps exist on smart phones but only 21 have public peer reviewed research.[5]

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Personal Science (book), Tools for journaling, thoughts and note taking, Tools to survey symptoms and states
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100 Days of Summer, 17 Years of Location Tracking, 30 Days of Rejection Therapy, 4 Months Of Emotion Tracking, A Four-Year Journal, A Life Of Fractals, A Reversed Calendar, A Testosterone and Diet Experiment, Achieving the Good Life via Positive Psychology-Based QS, Authoring Algorithm for Daily Score, Building Myself Back Up, Butterfly Project: Swimming Goggles To Measure Heart Rate, Celiac Discovery: Regaining My Health and Well-Being, Concussions, Headaches and the Whole30 Elimination Diet, Crying, Daily Well being Tracking as a Couple, Data Exploration With Fluxtream/BodyTrack, Deciphering My Brain Fog, Does Biofeedback Help Improve Focus And Meditation?, Does Diet Affect My Sleep?, Draw a Face a Day, Estrogen And Invention, Finding The Optimal Training Zone, Fit 50s, Sound 60s, Grandma Was A Lifelogger, Happsee, How I Zapped My Brain With A 9v Battery To Overcome Analysis Paralysis, How My Life Automation System Quantifies My Life, Know Thy Cycle, Know Thyself, Landmines & Zombies, Leaning into Grief, Learning from Gratitude, Learning from Self-Report, Lessons From the Gray Zone Between QS and CBT, Managing My Time with A Dashboard View, Measuring the Moment, Meditation and Brain Function, Memomics And Longevity, Memorizing My Daybook, Memory and Learning, Meta-Effects of Happiness Tracking, Mindtrack, Mood tracking with Emostrong cards, Moodscope, subjective ratings and body blogging, My Life In 40 Variables, My Spreadsheet from Hell, My experience with a smartphone brainscanner, Nasal Breathing Improves Wellbeing, Over-Instrumented Running: What I Learned From Doing Too Much, Panic... further results
Self researchers related to this topic  
ErikBjare Konstantin Augemberg, Stephen Cartwright, Mark Moschel, Matteo Lai, Morris Villarroel, Justin Timmer, Danielle Roberts, Maximilian Gotzler, Jeff Fajans, Inhwa Song, Maggie Delano, Hind Hobeika, Katrina Rodzon, Steven Zhang, Robin Weis, Jon Cousins, Anne Wright, Mark Drangsholt, Agnieszka Krzemińska, Denise Lorenz, Ellis Bartholomeus, Shara Raqs, Ralph Pethica, Maria Benet, Kitty Ireland, Vik Paruchuri, JD Leadam, Tahl Milburn, Ilyse Magy, Chris Bartley, Dana Greenfield, Dan Armstrong, Brian Levine, Michael Kazarnowicz, Eric Mann, Ajay Chander, Peter Lewis, Stuart Calimport, Steven Jonas, Steven Jonas, Alex Tarling, Tara Thiagarajan, Jon Cousins, Ute Kreplin, Justin Timmer, Kathryn McCurdy, Jakob Eg Larsen, Scott Wolf, Thomas Blomseth Christiansen, Evan Savage... further results
We talked about this topic in the following meetings  
2022-06-09 Self-Research Chat, 2022-11-10 Self-Research Chat