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Paul S.


Berkeley, CA
Hometown: Berkeley

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September 18, 2011


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Experimental psychologist. Interested in health management, experienced with behavioral economics as guide to interaction design with wealth mgt. Dissertation research http://www-psych....­

What Paul S. is saying about this Meetup Group

Very stimulating community. Like its older sibling, QSelf, it can be a mixed bag, some crazies, some geniuses, and people like me who aspire to be both. The challenge is to corral the spontaneity of crowdsourcing to create perspectives that are cumulative, building on one another's work. It's not yet large enough to break into working subgroups, but the last 2 meetups have given me a great deal to think about. I've found the intersection of Habit Design + QSelf to be as stimulating and generative as my time in grad school at Stanford in the late 1990s.

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