Clara Caldeira
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Mobile apps for mood tracking: an analysis of features and user reviews
C Caldeira, Y Chen
AMIA, 2017
Mapping and taking stock of the personal informatics literature
DA Epstein, C Caldeira, MC Figueiredo, X Lu, LM Silva, L Williams, ...
Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous …, 2020
Self-tracking for fertility care: collaborative support for a highly personalized problem
M Costa Figueiredo, C Caldeira, TL Reynolds, S Victory, K Zheng, Y Chen
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 1 (CSCW), 1-21, 2017
When fitness meets social networks: Investigating fitness tracking and social practices on werun
X Gui, Y Chen, C Caldeira, D Xiao, Y Chen
Proceedings of the 2017 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2017
Engaging with health data: The interplay between self-tracking activities and emotions in fertility struggles
M Costa Figueiredo, C Caldeira, EV Eikey, M Mazmanian, Y Chen
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 2 (CSCW), 1-20, 2018
Senior care for aging in place: balancing assistance and independence
C Caldeira, M Bietz, M Vidauri, Y Chen
Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative …, 2017
Gendered experiences of software engineers during the COVID-19 crisis
LS Machado, C Caldeira, MG Perin, CRB de Souza
Ieee Software 38 (2), 38-44, 2020
Beyond self-reflection: introducing the concept of rumination in personal informatics
EV Eikey, CM Caldeira, MC Figueiredo, Y Chen, JL Borelli, M Mazmanian, ...
Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 25 (3), 601-616, 2021
Surveying the impacts of COVID-19 on the perceived productivity of Brazilian software developers
E Oliveira Jr, G Leal, MT Valente, M Morandini, R Prikladnicki, ...
Proceedings of the XXXIV Brazilian Symposium on Software Engineering, 586-595, 2020
Seniors and self-tracking technology
C Caldeira, Y Chen
Perspectives on human-computer interaction research with older people, 67-79, 2019
Hugging with a Shower Curtain: Older Adults' Social Support Realities During the COVID-19 Pandemic
N Nurain, CF Chung, C Caldeira, K Connelly
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 5 (CSCW2), 1-31, 2021
“I hope I never need one”: Unpacking Stigma in Aging in Place Technology
C Caldeira, N Nurain, K Connelly
Proceedings of the 2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2022
Managing healthcare conflicts when living with multiple chronic conditions
C Caldeira, X Gui, TL Reynolds, M Bietz, Y Chen
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 145, 102494, 2021
Routine self-tracking of health: reasons, facilitating factors, and the potential impact on health management practices
M Figueiredo, C Caldeira
AMIA, 2017
Crisis readiness: revisiting the distance framework during the COVID-19 pandemic
C Caldeira, C RB de Souza, L Machado, M Perin, P Bjørn
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 32 (2), 237-273, 2023
Supporting caring among intergenerational family members through family fitness tracking
Q Li, C Caldeira, DA Epstein, Y Chen
Proceedings of the 14th EAI International Conference on Pervasive Computing …, 2020
Looking for the unusual: how older adults utilize self-tracking techniques for health management
C Caldeira, M Bietz, Y Chen
Proceedings of the 10th EAI international conference on pervasive computing …, 2016
Challenges, Tensions, and Opportunities in Designing Ecosystems to Support the Management of Complex Health Needs
T Ongwere, ABL Berry, C Caldeira, RI Arriaga, A Ayobi, ER Burgess, ...
CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Extended Abstracts, 1-7, 2022
Older adults’ experiences of autonomy during COVID-19 pandemic
N Nurain, C Caldeira, K Connelly
Extended Abstracts of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing …, 2021
Towards supporting data-driven practices in stroke telerehabilitation technology
C Caldeira, M Costa Figueiredo, L Dodakian, CRB de Souza, SC Cramer, ...
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 5 (CSCW1), 1-33, 2021
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