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Submit a Manuscript to the Journal
Behaviour & Information Technology

For a Special Issue on
Digital mental health and wellbeing

Manuscript deadline
14 August 2023

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Special Issue Editor(s)

Professor Raymond Bond, Ulster University
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Professor Maurice Mulvenna, Ulster University
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Dr Edel Ennis, Ulster University
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Digital mental health and wellbeing

Mental health and wellbeing are crucial to a healthy life and more research is needed to identify how digital technologies can promote mental wellbeing as well as treat and manage mental ill health. This is a special issue call for high quality paper submissions that are related to 'digital mental health and wellbeing research'. We welcome papers that undertake trials of digital mental health interventions as well as data science research in the mental health and wellbeing domain. Papers can be interdisciplinary. All researchers are welcome to submit to this special issue. Both high quality literature reviews and research articles are also welcome.  This special issue call is also associated with a digital mental health and wellbeing conference being hosted at Ulster University in June 2023.

Topics (not exhaustive):

  • Digital mental health interventions
  • Mental health apps / web apps / software in mental health
  • Data science/analytics/machine learning in mental health
  • Speech analytics, NLP and smart speaker applications for mental health
  • Conversational user interfaces / chatbots for mental health
  • AI applications in mental health
  • Web technologies in mental healthcare
  • VR / AR applications in mental health
  • Sensors and wearable technologies in mental health
  • Affective computing / positive computing / digital empathy
  • Databases and real world datasets in mental health
  • Cyberpsychology and digital wellbeing
  • Mood analysis and data visualisation
  • User interfaces, interaction design, HCI and UX in mental health
  • Digital phenotyping

Submission Instructions

  • Select this special issue title on ScholarOne when submitting your paper
  • Both high quality literature reviews and research articles are welcome
  • Papers should be ~5000 words in length

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