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研究生(外文):Kuo-Cheng Wang
論文名稱(外文):SoberDiary: A Phone-based Support System for Assisting Recov-ery from Alcohol Dependence
外文關鍵詞:Mobile support systemRecovery of alcohol dependence
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Alcohol dependence is a chronic disorder associated with severe harm in multiple areas, and relapsing is easy despite treatment. For alcohol-dependent patients, complet-ing alcohol withdrawal treatment is an achievement. However, returning to daily life and remaining sober are often more challenging tasks. This study proposes SoberDiary, a phone-based support system that enables alcohol-dependent patients to self-monitor and self-manage their behavior to remain sober in their daily lives. Through a portable Bluetooth breathalyzer wirelessly connected to the patients’ smartphones and various supporting functions provided by the SoberDiary client, SoberDiary can facilitate alco-hol-dependent patients’ self-monitoring and self-management to prevent relapse. The results from a 12-week user study involving 14 clinical patients from Taipei City Psy-chiatric Center show that patients can self-monitor their alcohol use by completing at least 1.9 breath alcohol tests per day and self-managing their alcohol use behavior to significantly reduce their total alcohol consumption and the number of drinking or heavy drinking days after intervention through SoberDiary. Compared with patients who received only standard treatment, SoberDiary users exhibited reduced alcohol craving and a lower drop-out rate, indicating that SoberDiary shows potential to provide continuing care for relapse prevention.

Acknowledgement i
摘要 ii
Abstract iii
Figure Index viii
Table Index ix
Chapter 1 - Introduction 1
2.1 Background of Current Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment 6
2.2 Theoretical Foundation 8
Chapter 3 - System Overview 10
3.1 Portable Bluetooth Breathalyzer 11
3.2 Phone Application: SoberDiary 12
3.3 Backend Server 14
4.1 User Interface 15
4.2 Supporting Functional Blocks 16
4.2.1 Alcohol use detection 16
4.2.2 Progress feedback 19
4.2.3 Storytelling visualization 22
4.2.4 Managing skill suggestion 26
4.2.5 Mood sampling 27
4.3 App Use Logging 28
4.4 Behavioral Data Store 28
5.1 Hardware Component 29
5.2 Software Components 31
Chapter 6 - USER STUDY 32
6.1 Participants 33
6.2 Apparatus 37
6.3 Design and Procedure 37
6.4 Evaluation metrics 41
6.5 Quantitative Results 42
6.5.1 Completeness on taking BrAC test for self-monitoring 42
6.5.2 Impact of mouth alcohol on the screening threshold 43
6.5.3 Control-Case comparison 45
6.5.4 Application usage behavior and effectiveness 46
6.6 Qualitative results 49
6.6.1 Convenience and alcohol screening coverage 49
6.6.2 Coupon earning and encouragement 50
6.6.3 Relationship between storytelling visualization and craving reduction 50
Chapter 7 – Discussion 52
7.1 Breathalyzer maintenance 52
7.2 Substances containing alcohol and screening outcomes 52
7.3 Primary phone effects 53
Chapter 8 - RELATED WORK 54
Chapter 9 – CONCLUSION 57
Reference 58

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