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Dissertation presentation for Eric Swanson.
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Goals of research:
1. Develop a design-centric model of subjective experience
2. Construct an Information framework based on model
3. Build a mechanism to encode research findings
4. Develop process to integrate findings into everyday design practices by:
-- Creating toolkit from information model (Goal 2),

-- enabling the encoding of qualitative findings (Goal 3).
-- and integrating findings into systems development (Goal 4).

The Contextual–Scenario Framework for Representing Subjective Experience Eric Swanson Dissertation Presentation  Institute of Design 16 April 2013

Background Why subjective experience? Research goal Research approach

Background Research goals Increase integration of empirical findings in evocative tools • In practice, Personas & Narratives disconnected from research
 • Enable re-use of empirical findings (McInerney, 2003; Guo, 2011) Align to use • Increase designer ability to imagine life in the user’s world & design for it
 (Forlizzi & Battarbee, 2004) Reduce bias • • 3 Designs embody designer’s understanding of world of use
 Without understanding experience, substitute own world for user’s
 (Chalmers, 2004) (Grudin, 1991; Button, 2001; Cooper, 1999; Forsythe, 1999) Swanson © Eric Swanson | /Dissertation: Contextual Scenario Framework /| 16 Apr. 2013 Contextual–Scenario Framework 16 April 2013

Background Research approach 1. Develop a design-centric model of subjective experience 2. Construct an Information framework based on model 3. Build a mechanism to encode research findings 4. Develop process to integrate findings into everyday design processes 5. Toolkit using the information model (Goal 2),
 enabling encoding of findings (Goal 3),
 and integration of findings into systems development (Goal 4). 4 Swanson © Eric Swanson | /Dissertation: Contextual Scenario Framework /| 16 Apr. 2013 Contextual–Scenario Framework 16 April 2013

Background Research positioning Phenomenology: • Conceptual models regarding lived experience, subjectivity
 Simulation: • Models for integrating complex data into tangible situations
 Narrative theory: • 5 Models connecting storytelling to the way we comprehend © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Existing Approaches at the intersection Situating Approaches Empathetic representations Computational Simulations Ubiquitous Computing Scenarios and Narratives

Situating approaches Ethnomethodology Understand activity from within, in particular detail (Anderson, 1994) Practices that produce ordinary social facts. 
 Context of use Direct Interaction Interviews (Button & Dourish, 1996) Observation ! But: Ethnomethodologist Document review Work activity Current-practice focus risks reinforcing status quo
 (Button & Dourish, 1996) 7 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Situating approaches Participatory Design Incorporate participants into innovation process itself
 (Hartswood et al., 2002) Understanding through shared activity As equals and co-designers
 (Kyng, 1995) Creates shared understandings between designers and users
 (Muller, 2009) ! But: Typically only used for special projects
 Designer Understanding through the design Users (Harrison et al., 2007) 8 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Empathy-generating approaches Personas Personas are hypothetical archetypes of actual users.
 (Cooper, 1999; Guo, Shamdasani & Randall, 2011) Derived from rigorous linkage to original research
 (Cooper, 1999; Pruitt & Grudin, 2003) Documents Marketing demographics Ethnomethodology Secondary research Interviews Empathy via theory of mind
 Analyst design action theory of mind (Pruitt & Grudin, 2003) But: In practice, link to research often weak, or disbelieved
 Designer Composite archetype Representations Scenarios design decisions (Guo et al., 2011) 9 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Narrative approaches Scenarios 10 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Narrative approaches Scenarios Scenarios are stories, telling sequences of events over time
 (Carroll, 1999; Potts, 1995) 10 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Narrative approaches Scenarios Scenarios are stories, telling sequences of events over time
 (Carroll, 1999; Potts, 1995) Common in technology development, for example: 10 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Narrative approaches Scenarios Scenarios are stories, telling sequences of events over time
 (Carroll, 1999; Potts, 1995) Common in technology development, for example: • 10 Cross-disciplinary communication
 (e.g. Leite, 2000) © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Narrative approaches Scenarios Scenarios are stories, telling sequences of events over time
 (Carroll, 1999; Potts, 1995) Common in technology development, for example: • 10 ... ! Cross-disciplinary communication
 • ? Eliciting responses from stakeholders
 (e.g. Leite, 2000) (e.g. Bødker, 2000) © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Narrative approaches Scenarios Scenarios are stories, telling sequences of events over time
 (Carroll, 1999; Potts, 1995) Common in technology development, for example: • 10 ! Eliciting responses from stakeholders
 • ... Cross-disciplinary communication
 • ? Guiding user tests
 (e.g. Leite, 2000) (e.g. Bødker, 2000) (e.g. Weidenhaupt.p 1998) © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Narrative approaches Scenarios Scenarios are stories, telling sequences of events over time
 (Carroll, 1999; Potts, 1995) Common in technology development, for example: • 10 Guiding user tests
 • ! Eliciting responses from stakeholders
 • ... Cross-disciplinary communication
 • ? Recording domain research
 (e.g. Leite, 2000) (e.g. Bødker, 2000) (e.g. Weidenhaupt.p 1998) (Bardram, 2000) © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Narrative approaches Scenarios Scenarios are stories, telling sequences of events over time
 (Carroll, 1999; Potts, 1995) Common in technology development, for example: • Recording domain research
 • 10 Guiding user tests
 • Making iterative design moves
 ! Eliciting responses from stakeholders
 • ... Cross-disciplinary communication
 • ? (e.g. Leite, 2000) (e.g. Bødker, 2000) (e.g. Weidenhaupt.p 1998) (Bardram, 2000) What if? What if? (Fillipidou, 1998) © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Narrative approaches Scenarios 11 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Narrative approaches Scenarios But: 11 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Narrative approaches Scenarios But: • People are confused about how to write scenarios
 (Leite, 2000) 11 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Narrative approaches Scenarios But: • People are confused about how to write scenarios
 • Scenarios can be based on unrealistic characters
 (Leite, 2000) (Nielsen, 2002, Wright, 2008) 11 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Narrative approaches Scenarios But: • People are confused about how to write scenarios
 • Scenarios can be based on unrealistic characters
 • There are only limited systematic processes for creating scenarios 
 (Leite, 2000) (Nielsen, 2002, Wright, 2008) (Philhon, 1998) 11 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Phenomenological Model of Subjective Experience Subjectivity Experience of the moment Experience over time

Phenomenological model Subjectivity • • • 13 Mineness Point-of-view worlds To err is human and also necessary © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Subjectivity “Mineness” of experience Proposition: Subjective experience is first-person experience 14 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Subjectivity “Mineness” of experience Proposition: Subjective experience is first-person experience 14 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Subjectivity “Mineness” of experience Proposition: Subjective experience is first-person experience Always one and only one person for whom a particular experience is “my experience”.
 (Husserl, 1931) 14 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Subjectivity “Mineness” of experience Proposition: Subjective experience is first-person experience Always one and only one person for whom a particular experience is “my experience”.
 (Husserl, 1931) This gives experiences the quality of “Mineness” 
 (Zahavi, 2005) 14 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Subjectivity “Mineness” of experience Proposition: Subjective experience is first-person experience Always one and only one person for whom a particular experience is “my experience”.
 (Husserl, 1931) This gives experiences the quality of “Mineness” 
 (Zahavi, 2005) Cannot see into another’s subjective experience in the same way one cannot borrow their headache.
 (Searle, 1992; Zahavi, 2005) 14 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Subjectivity Point-of-View worlds Proposition: Every individual lives in a world built from his or her point of view 15 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Subjectivity Point-of-View worlds Proposition: Every individual lives in a world built from his or her point of view Pink’s Point-of-Viewdefined world Green’s Point-of-Viewdefined world Outwardly verifiable features of the world 15 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Subjectivity Point-of-View worlds Proposition: Every individual lives in a world built from his or her point of view “...my access to the world ... is always perspectival, always from my point of view.”
 Pink’s Point-of-Viewdefined world Green’s Point-of-Viewdefined world (Searle, 1992) Outwardly verifiable features of the world 15 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Subjectivity Point-of-View worlds Proposition: Every individual lives in a world built from his or her point of view “...my access to the world ... is always perspectival, always from my point of view.”
 Pink’s Point-of-Viewdefined world Green’s Point-of-Viewdefined world (Searle, 1992) There is always meaning, 
 always something “in mind”
 (Husserl, 1931) Outwardly verifiable features of the world 15 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Subjectivity Point-of-View worlds Proposition: Every individual lives in a world built from his or her point of view “...my access to the world ... is always perspectival, always from my point of view.”
 Pink’s Point-of-Viewdefined world Green’s Point-of-Viewdefined world (Searle, 1992) There is always meaning, 
 always something “in mind”
 (Husserl, 1931) This point-of-view world is the fabric from which subjective experience is built. Outwardly verifiable features of the world 15 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Subjectivity Point-of-View worlds Proposition: Every individual lives in a world built from his or her point of view “...my access to the world ... is always perspectival, always from my point of view.”
 Pink’s Point-of-Viewdefined world Green’s Point-of-Viewdefined world (Searle, 1992) There is always meaning, 
 always something “in mind”
 (Husserl, 1931) This point-of-view world is the fabric from which subjective experience is built. Outwardly verifiable features of the world 15 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

To Err is Human and Also Necessary Proposition: Contradictions, errors & truths are ordinary features of experience 16 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

To Err is Human and Also Necessary Proposition: Contradictions, errors & truths are ordinary features of experience Do I contradict myself? Very well then I contradict myself, (I am large, I contain multitudes) 
 (Walt Whitman, Song of myself, 1965, Section 51, 1860) 16 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

To Err is Human and Also Necessary Proposition: Contradictions, errors & truths are ordinary features of experience We can never know our subjective experience completely
 (Husserl, 1931) 16 Do I contradict myself? Very well then I contradict myself, (I am large, I contain multitudes) 
 (Walt Whitman, Song of myself, 1965, Section 51, 1860) © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

To Err is Human and Also Necessary Proposition: Contradictions, errors & truths are ordinary features of experience We can never know our subjective experience completely
 (Husserl, 1931) We contain tensions and contradictions within themselves 
 (Mateas & Sengers, 1999; Nielsen, 20002; Umaschi-Bers, 1999). 16 Do I contradict myself? Very well then I contradict myself, (I am large, I contain multitudes) 
 (Walt Whitman, Song of myself, 1965, Section 51, 1860) © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

To Err is Human and Also Necessary Proposition: Contradictions, errors & truths are ordinary features of experience We can never know our subjective experience completely
 (Husserl, 1931) We contain tensions and contradictions within themselves 
 (Mateas & Sengers, 1999; Nielsen, 20002; Umaschi-Bers, 1999). We prove relatively immune to information conflicting with current state
 Do I contradict myself? Very well then I contradict myself, (I am large, I contain multitudes) 
 (Walt Whitman, Song of myself, 1965, Section 51, 1860) (Nowak, Teser, Vallacher & Borkowski, 2000) 16 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

To Err is Human and Also Necessary Proposition: Contradictions, errors & truths are ordinary features of experience We can never know our subjective experience completely
 (Husserl, 1931) We contain tensions and contradictions within themselves 
 (Mateas & Sengers, 1999; Nielsen, 20002; Umaschi-Bers, 1999). We prove relatively immune to information conflicting with current state
 Do I contradict myself? Very well then I contradict myself, (I am large, I contain multitudes) 
 (Walt Whitman, Song of myself, 1965, Section 51, 1860) (Nowak, Teser, Vallacher & Borkowski, 2000) Mistaken beliefs and true beliefs are the same kinds of thing. 16 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Phenomenological model Experience of the moment • • 17 Influence diversity Vertical unity © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience of the moment Influence diversity Proposition: Experience is influenced by a diverse constellation of factors 18 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience of the moment Influence diversity Proposition: Experience is influenced by a diverse constellation of factors Organizational influences Social influences Physical influences Cultural influences Other Influences Biographical influences 18 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience of the moment Influence diversity Proposition: Experience is influenced by a diverse constellation of factors Loosely-related elements from many types of sources influence experience
 Organizational influences (Dahlbom & Matthiassen, 1993, p. 9) Social influences Physical influences Cultural influences Other Influences Biographical influences 18 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience of the moment Influence diversity Proposition: Experience is influenced by a diverse constellation of factors Loosely-related elements from many types of sources influence experience
 Organizational influences (Dahlbom & Matthiassen, 1993, p. 9) Physical
 Technological
 Cognitive
 Social
 Cultural
 Biographical
 Organizational
 Etc...
 (Swanson, Galvao & Sato, 2003) 18 Social influences Physical influences Cultural influences Other Influences Biographical influences © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience of the moment Vertical Unity Proposition: Features of a moment are integrated into seamless whole 19 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience of the moment Vertical Unity Features of a conscious state Proposition: Features of a moment are integrated into seamless whole t1 19 t2 t3 t4 t5 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience of the moment Vertical Unity Vertical Unity is “the simultaneous awareness of all the diverse features of any conscious state”. 
 (Searle, 1992, p. 129) Features of a conscious state Proposition: Features of a moment are integrated into seamless whole t1 19 t2 t3 t4 t5 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience of the moment Vertical Unity Vertical Unity is “the simultaneous awareness of all the diverse features of any conscious state”. 
 (Searle, 1992, p. 129) Features of a conscious state Proposition: Features of a moment are integrated into seamless whole t1 t2 t3 t4 t5 Vertical Unity [ Simultaneous awareness of all features of this conscious state ] 19 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience of the moment Vertical Unity Vertical Unity is “the simultaneous awareness of all the diverse features of any conscious state”. 
 (Searle, 1992, p. 129) Every feature of a moment is integrated into this unity
 (Tononi, 2008) Features of a conscious state Proposition: Features of a moment are integrated into seamless whole t1 t2 t3 t4 t5 Vertical Unity [ Simultaneous awareness of all features of this conscious state ] 19 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Phenomenological model Experience over time • • • 20 Horizontal unity Reconstitution Reflective lag © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience over time Horizontal Unity Features of a conscious state Proposition: Personal subjective experience is a continuous, evolving stream t1 t2 t3 t4 t5 Vertical Unity [ Simultaneous awareness of all features of this conscious state ] 21 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience over time Horizontal Unity Proposition: Personal subjective experience is a continuous, evolving stream Horizontal Unity is the remembered present, connecting our pasts to our now
 Features of a conscious state (Searle, 1992) t1 t2 t3 t4 t5 Vertical Unity [ Simultaneous awareness of all features of this conscious state ] 21 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience over time Horizontal Unity Proposition: Personal subjective experience is a continuous, evolving stream Horizontal Unity is the remembered present, connecting our pasts to our now
 Horizontal Unity [ Remembered present] Features of a conscious state (Searle, 1992) t1 t2 t3 t4 t5 Vertical Unity [ Simultaneous awareness of all features of this conscious state ] 21 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience over time Horizontal Unity Proposition: Personal subjective experience is a continuous, evolving stream Horizontal Unity is the remembered present, connecting our pasts to our now
 Horizontal Unity [ Remembered present] Retention of the past makes experience a continuous stream.
 (Husserl, 1931) Features of a conscious state (Searle, 1992) t1 t2 t3 t4 t5 Vertical Unity [ Simultaneous awareness of all features of this conscious state ] 21 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience over time Reconstitution Proposition: An experience of ‘now’ is built by evolving the parts of ‘just passed’ 22 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience over time Reconstitution Proposition: An experience of ‘now’ is built by evolving the parts of ‘just passed’ The prior moment’s subjective experience The current moment’s subjective experience 22 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience over time Reconstitution Proposition: An experience of ‘now’ is built by evolving the parts of ‘just passed’ Every ‘now’ passes into retained memory. The prior moment’s subjective experience The current moment’s subjective experience 22 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience over time Reconstitution Proposition: An experience of ‘now’ is built by evolving the parts of ‘just passed’ Every ‘now’ passes into retained memory. But every new ‘now’ relies on the memory of moments passed. The prior moment’s subjective experience The current moment’s subjective experience 22 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience over time Reconstitution Proposition: An experience of ‘now’ is built by evolving the parts of ‘just passed’ Every ‘now’ passes into retained memory. But every new ‘now’ relies on the memory of moments passed. The prior moment’s subjective experience The moment passed is continuously annexed by the new
 (Husserl, 1931) The current moment’s subjective experience 22 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience over time The Reflective Lag Proposition: Only moments retained or recalled are available to reflect upon The prior moment’s subjective experience The current moment’s subjective experience 23 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience over time The Reflective Lag Proposition: Only moments retained or recalled are available to reflect upon Think about your mood. The prior moment’s subjective experience The current moment’s subjective experience 23 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience over time The Reflective Lag Proposition: Only moments retained or recalled are available to reflect upon Think about your mood. You will not find it as just started the moment you focused on it. The prior moment’s subjective experience The current moment’s subjective experience 23 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience over time The Reflective Lag Proposition: Only moments retained or recalled are available to reflect upon Think about your mood. You will not find it as just started the moment you focused on it. The prior moment’s subjective experience Instead, “it is already there as a concern, previously experienced but not held before the eye.”
 (Husserl, 1931, p. 151, italics in original). The current moment’s subjective experience 23 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Experience over time The Reflective Lag Proposition: Only moments retained or recalled are available to reflect upon Think about your mood. You will not find it as just started the moment you focused on it. The prior moment’s subjective experience Instead, “it is already there as a concern, previously experienced but not held before the eye.”
 (Husserl, 1931, p. 151, italics in original). The current moment’s subjective experience 23 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

From conceptual model to information model Once upon a time... Strategies Structures Demonstration scenario

Once upon a time... CST 25 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... 1. Write scenario opening CST 25 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... 1. Write scenario opening On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. CST 25 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. 2. Describe Situation CST 25 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. 2. Describe Situation CST < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed 25 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. 3. CST locates attributes for each character CST < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed 25 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. 3. CST locates attributes for each character CST < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed 25 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. 3. CST locates attributes for each character CST < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward 25 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. CST < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence 4. Write next moment, building on attributes 25 < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. CST < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence 4. Write next moment, building on attributes 25 < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. CST < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence Final Moment? 25 < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. CST < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence Final Moment? NO. 25 < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. CST < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence Final Moment? NO. Repeat. 25 < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. CST 5. Revise description of each character’s Situation < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward 25 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. CST 5. Revise description of each character’s Situation < is engaged in > napping < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward 25 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... 6. CST revises attributes for each character CST On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. < is engaged in > napping < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward 25 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... 6. CST revises attributes for each character CST On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. < is engaged in > napping < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward 25 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... 6. CST revises attributes for each character CST On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. < is engaged in > napping < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence may be unable to rouse self appropriately < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward 25 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. CST 7. Write next moment. building on attributes 25 < is engaged in > napping < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence may be unable to rouse self appropriately < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. The tortoise quietly passes the hare and continues on to the finish line. CST 7. Write next moment. building on attributes 25 < is engaged in > napping < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence may be unable to rouse self appropriately < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. The tortoise quietly passes the hare and continues on to the finish line. CST Final Moment? 25 < is engaged in > napping < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence may be unable to rouse self appropriately < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. The tortoise quietly passes the hare and continues on to the finish line. CST Final Moment? YES. 25 < is engaged in > napping < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence may be unable to rouse self appropriately < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. The tortoise quietly passes the hare and continues on to the finish line. CST Final Moment? YES. Finished. 25 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Once upon a time... On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. The tortoise quietly passes the hare and continues on to the finish line. CST 25 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Point-of-view indexing Experiential vectors Narrative storytelling 26 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Point-of-view indexing Strategy: Index both research & characters to individual point of view 27 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Point-of-view indexing Strategy: Index both research & characters to individual point of view Many research findings apply to 
 certain individuals in
 specific situations.
 27 “Hares running in foot races are prone towards overconfidence, when not drunk.” © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Point-of-view indexing Strategy: Index both research & characters to individual point of view Many research findings apply to 
 certain individuals in
 specific situations.
 “Hares running in foot races are prone towards overconfidence, when not drunk.” A hypothetical character is 
 this individual in
 this situation.
 “Frank, as brash a young hare as they come, has found himself another foot-race.” 27 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Point-of-view indexing Strategy: Index both research & characters to individual point of view Many research findings apply to 
 certain individuals in
 specific situations.
 “Hares running in foot races are prone towards overconfidence, when not drunk.” A hypothetical character is 
 this individual in
 this situation.
 “Frank, as brash a young hare as they come, has found himself another foot-race.” Point-of-View Indexing identifies whether the character’s hypothetical situation contains the finding’s specific situation. < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < embodies > state of drunkenness 27 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change 28 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change Not possible to re-create the entirety of someone’s subjective experience—even one’s own.
 (Husserl, 1931) 28 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change Not possible to re-create the entirety of someone’s subjective experience—even one’s own.
 (Husserl, 1931) 28 ? © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change Instead, identify factors that set or alter its trajectory - its experiential effects. ? 28 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change Instead, identify factors that set or alter its trajectory - its experiential effects. ? 28 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change Instead, identify factors that set or alter its trajectory - its experiential effects. ? 28 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change Instead, identify factors that set or alter its trajectory - its experiential effects. ? 28 ?’ © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change Instead, identify factors that set or alter its trajectory - its experiential effects. ? 28 ?’ © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change Instead, identify factors that set or alter its trajectory - its experiential effects. ?’ ?’’ 28 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change Instead, identify factors that set or alter its trajectory - its experiential effects. ?’ ?’’ 28 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change Instead, identify factors that set or alter its trajectory - its experiential effects. ?’’’ ?’’ 28 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change Instead, identify factors that set or alter its trajectory - its experiential effects. As effects aggregate, comprehension improves. ?’’’ ?’’ 28 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change Instead, identify factors that set or alter its trajectory - its experiential effects. As effects aggregate, comprehension improves. 28 ?’’’ © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change Instead, identify factors that set or alter its trajectory - its experiential effects. As effects aggregate, comprehension improves. 28 ?’’’ ?’’’’ © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change Instead, identify factors that set or alter its trajectory - its experiential effects. As effects aggregate, comprehension improves. 28 ?’’’ ?’’’’ © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Experiential vectors Strategy: Track subjective experience indirectly by tracking what could change Instead, identify factors that set or alter its trajectory - its experiential effects. As effects aggregate, comprehension improves. 28 ?’’’’ © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies The primal narrative Strategy: Leverage narrative’s strength as the way we understand the world O time... A nce upon 29 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies The primal narrative Strategy: Leverage narrative’s strength as the way we understand the world “... narrative and self are inseparable”
 (Ochs & Capps, 1995, pp. 20-21) 29 O time... A nce upon © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies The primal narrative Strategy: Leverage narrative’s strength as the way we understand the world “... narrative and self are inseparable”
 (Ochs & Capps, 1995, pp. 20-21) When we see intentional behavior... we try to understand it by organizing it into a kind of story
 O time... A nce upon (Sengers, 2000) 29 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Primal narrative 30 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Primal narrative Another advantage: 30 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Primal narrative Another advantage: • Experiences inherently 1st-person Pink’s Point-of-Viewdefined world Green’s Point-of-Viewdefined world Outwardly verifiable features of the world 30 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Primal narrative Another advantage: • • Experiences inherently 1st-person But narratives can be 3rd-person Pink’s Point-of-Viewdefined world Green’s Point-of-Viewdefined world Outwardly verifiable features of the world 30 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Modeling strategies Primal narrative Another advantage: • • • Experiences inherently 1st-person But narratives can be 3rd-person Pink’s Point-of-Viewdefined world Green’s Point-of-Viewdefined world More can be specified than verified Specifiable features of hypothetical world 30 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures of the CST The Situation Component The Subjective Feature The Scenario 31 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Situation Component A Situation Component (UC) provides the point-of-view index. 32 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Situation Component A Situation Component (UC) provides the point-of-view index. It has two parts: 32 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Situation Component A Situation Component (UC) provides the point-of-view index. It has two parts: Situation Primitive (UP): 
 Entity or state. Always a noun.
 Not always tangible. hare Situation Primitive (UP) 32 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Situation Component A Situation Component (UC) provides the point-of-view index. It has two parts: Situation Primitive (UP): 
 Entity or state. Always a noun.
 Not always tangible. < is embodying > Actor–Primitive Relation (AR):
 relation between an individual and a Situation Primitive from that individual’s point of view 32 hare Actor-Element Situation Relation (AR) Primitive (UP) © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Subjective Pattern A Subjective Pattern (JP) encodes a research finding. 33 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Subjective Pattern A Subjective Pattern (JP) encodes a research finding. Necessary Situation Components {+UC}
 UCs that must be present to match 33 < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race/contest of speed © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Subjective Pattern A Subjective Pattern (JP) encodes a research finding. Necessary Situation Components {+UC}
 UCs that must be present to match < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race/contest of speed Nullifying Situation Components {–UC}
 UCs that must not be present < embodies > state of drunkenness 33 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Subjective Pattern A Subjective Pattern (JP) encodes a research finding. Necessary Situation Components {+UC}
 UCs that must be present to match < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race/contest of speed Nullifying Situation Components {–UC}
 UCs that must not be present < embodies > state of drunkenness Subjective Attribute (JA)
 Change to/setting of experience is prone towards over-confidence 33 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Subjective Pattern A Subjective Pattern (JP) encodes a research finding. Necessary Situation Components {+UC}
 UCs that must be present to match < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race/contest of speed Nullifying Situation Components {–UC}
 UCs that must not be present < embodies > state of drunkenness Subjective Attribute (JA)
 Change to/setting of experience is prone towards over-confidence Source–Data Chunk (DC)
 A snippet from the source material 33 “Hares running in foot races are prone towards over-confidence, when not drunk.” © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Subjective Pattern A Subjective Pattern (JP) encodes a research finding. Necessary Situation Components {+UC}
 UCs that must be present to match < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race/contest of speed Nullifying Situation Components {–UC}
 UCs that must not be present < embodies > state of drunkenness Subjective Attribute (JA)
 Change to/setting of experience is prone towards over-confidence Source–Data Chunk (DC)
 A snippet from the source material Source–Data Chunk File (DCF)
 Link to JA’s source file 33 “Hares running in foot races are prone towards over-confidence, when not drunk.” Hare-psychology.pdf © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Scenario Each Scenario tells sequence of Episodic Moments (EM) in linear order 34 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Scenario Each Scenario tells sequence of Episodic Moments (EM) in linear order EM0 On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. 34 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Scenario Each Scenario tells sequence of Episodic Moments (EM) in linear order EM0 On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. EM1 The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. 34 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Scenario Each Scenario tells sequence of Episodic Moments (EM) in linear order EM0 On a quiet road, a tortoise and a hare stand ready to race. A fox drops a flag and off they run. EM1 The hare has raced so far ahead that he feels he can take a nap and still win easily. EM2 The tortoise quietly passes the hare and continues on to the finish line. 34 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Character-in-Moment Each Episodic Moment has one Character–in–Moment (CM) per Character Situation Components {UC}
 validated Subjective Attributes {JA} 
 a Thought Hare at start of EM2 35 Tortoise at start of EM2 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Character-in-Moment Each Episodic Moment has one Character–in–Moment (CM) per Character Situation Components {UC}
 validated Subjective Attributes {JA} 
 a Thought Hare at start of EM2 {UC} 35 Tortoise at start of EM2 < is engaged in > napping < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Character-in-Moment Each Episodic Moment has one Character–in–Moment (CM) per Character Situation Components {UC}
 validated Subjective Attributes {JA} 
 a Thought Hare at start of EM2 {UC} {JA} 35 Tortoise at start of EM2 < is engaged in > napping < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence may be unable to rouse self appropriately < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed feels no choice but to keep going forward © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Character-in-Moment Each Episodic Moment has one Character–in–Moment (CM) per Character Situation Components {UC}
 validated Subjective Attributes {JA} 
 a Thought Hare at start of EM2 {UC} {JA} Thought 35 Tortoise at start of EM2 < is engaged in > napping < is embodying > hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed is prone towards over-confidence may be unable to rouse self appropriately < is embodying > tortoise < is engaged in > race / contest of speed [ zzzzz ] “Left left right right” feels no choice but to keep going forward © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments [ Hare’s experience ] t1 [ Hare’s PoV ] t1 < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping 36 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments {JA}CH1 = { JA ti JP : {+ U C }JP 1 {U C}CH1 , { U C }JP ti 1 {U C}CH1 = } ti [ Hare’s experience ] t1 [ Hare’s PoV ] t1 < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping 36 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments {JA}CH1 = { JA ti JP : {+ U C }JP 1 {U C}CH1 , { U C }JP ti 1 {U C}CH1 = } ti [ Hare’s experience ] t1 [ Hare’s PoV ] t1 < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping 36 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments {JA}CH1 = { JA ti JP : {+ U C }JP 1 {U C}CH1 , { U C }JP ti 1 {U C}CH1 = } ti [ Hare’s experience ] t1 [ Hare’s PoV ] t1 {UC}Hare t1 36 < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments {JA}CH1 = { JA ti JP : {+ U C }JP 1 {U C}CH1 , { U C }JP ti 1 {U C}CH1 = } ti [ Hare’s experience ] t1 is prone towards overconfidence [ Hare’s PoV ] t1 {UC}Hare t1 36 < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments {JA}CH1 = { JA ti JP : {+ U C }JP 1 {U C}CH1 , { U C }JP ti 1 {U C}CH1 = } ti [ Hare’s experience ] t1 JA∈JPover [ Hare’s PoV ] t1 {UC}Hare t1 36 is prone towards overconfidence < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments {JA}CH1 = { JA ti JP : {+ U C }JP 1 {U C}CH1 , { U C }JP ti 1 {U C}CH1 = } ti [ Hare’s experience ] t1 JA∈JPover [ Hare’s PoV ] t1 is prone towards overconfidence {UC}JPover ⊆ {UC}Hare t1 {UC}Hare t1 36 < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments {JA}CH1 = { JA ti JP : {+ U C }JP 1 {U C}CH1 , { U C }JP ti [ Hare’s experience ] t1 1 {U C}CH1 = } ti may be unable to rouse self appropriately JA∈JPover [ Hare’s PoV ] t1 is prone towards overconfidence {UC}JPover ⊆ {UC}Hare t1 {UC}Hare t1 36 < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments {JA}CH1 = { JA ti JP : {+ U C }JP 1 {U C}CH1 , { U C }JP ti [ Hare’s experience ] t1 JA∈JPnap JA∈JPover [ Hare’s PoV ] t1 1 {U C}CH1 = } ti may be unable to rouse self appropriately is prone towards overconfidence {UC}JPover ⊆ {UC}Hare t1 {UC}Hare t1 36 < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments {JA}CH1 = { JA ti JP : {+ U C }JP 1 {U C}CH1 , { U C }JP ti [ Hare’s experience ] t1 may be unable to rouse self appropriately JA∈JPnap JA∈JPover [ Hare’s PoV ] t1 1 {U C}CH1 = } ti is prone towards overconfidence {UC}JPover ⊆ {UC}Hare t1 {UC}JP ⊆ nap {UC}Hare t1 36 Hare {UC} t1 < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments {JA}CH1 = { JA ti JP : {+ U C }JP 1 {U C}CH1 , { U C }JP ti [ Hare’s experience ] t1 [ Hare’s PoV ] t1 may be unable to rouse self appropriately JA∈JPnap {JA} Hare t2 JA∈JPover 1 {U C}CH1 = } ti is prone towards overconfidence {UC}JPover ⊆ {UC}Hare t1 {UC}JP ⊆ nap {UC}Hare t1 36 Hare {UC} t1 < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments {JA}CH1 = { JA ti JP : {+ U C }JP 1 {U C}CH1 , { U C }JP ti [ Hare’s experience ] t1 [ Hare’s PoV ] t1 may be unable to rouse self appropriately JA∈JPnap {JA} Hare t2 JA∈JPover 1 {U C}CH1 = } ti is prone towards overconfidence {UC}JPover ⊆ {UC}Hare t1 {UC}JP ⊆ nap {UC}Hare t1 36 Hare {UC} t1 < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments {JA}CH1 = { JA ti JP : {+ U C }JP 1 {U C}CH1 , { U C }JP ti [ Hare’s experience ] t1 [ Hare’s PoV ] t1 may be unable to rouse self appropriately JA∈JPnap {JA} Hare t2 JA∈JPover 1 {U C}CH1 = } ti is prone towards overconfidence {UC}JPover ⊆ {UC}Hare t1 {UC}JP ⊆ nap {UC}Hare t1 36 Hare {UC} t1 < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments {JA}CH1 = { JA ti JP : {+ U C }JP 1 {U C}CH1 , { U C }JP ti [ Hare’s experience ] t2 [ Hare’s PoV ] t1 may be unable to rouse self appropriately JA∈JPnap {JA} Hare t2 JA∈JPover 1 {U C}CH1 = } ti is prone towards overconfidence {UC}JPover ⊆ {UC}Hare t1 {UC}JP ⊆ nap {UC}Hare t1 36 Hare {UC} t1 < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments {JA}CH1 = { JA ti JP : {+ U C }JP 1 {U C}CH1 , { U C }JP ti [ Hare’s experience ] t2 [ Hare’s PoV ] t1 may be unable to rouse self appropriately JA∈JPnap Write next moment
 {JA} Hare t2 JA∈JPover 1 {U C}CH1 = } ti is prone towards overconfidence {UC}JPover ⊆ {UC}Hare t1 {UC}JP ⊆ nap {UC}Hare t1 36 Hare {UC} t1 < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Structures Linking attributes to moments {JA}CH1 = { JA ti JP : {+ U C }JP 1 {U C}CH1 , { U C }JP ti [ Hare’s experience ] t2 [ Hare’s PoV ] t2 may be unable to rouse self appropriately JA∈JPnap Write next moment
 {JA} Hare t2 JA∈JPover 1 {U C}CH1 = } ti is prone towards overconfidence {UC}JPover ⊆ {UC}Hare t1 {UC}JP ⊆ nap {UC}Hare t1 36 Hare {UC} t1 < is embodying > Hare < is engaged in > race / contest of speed < is engaged in > Napping © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Demonstration scenario specifiable elements MF0 Prerequisites: • Physician has requested account on behalf of patient • Physician has delivered website access instruction MF1 sheet MF2 MF3 MF4 MF5 MF6 MFEND 37 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Demonstration scenario Diane’s experience world from Diane’s PoV specifiable elements MF0 Prerequisites: • Physician has requested account on behalf of patient • Physician has delivered website access instruction MF1 sheet MF2 MF3 MF4 MF5 MF6 MFEND 37 t0 Diane, 26, lives in rural Minnesota. Since her layoff from teaching last year, she’s been a stay-home mother to her two young sons while seeking work, and an informal caregiver to her grandmother Carla. A recent visit to her grandmother’s geriatrician in Minneapolis revealed that Carla’s Alzheimer’s is worsening. Daily caregiving will be necessary months or even weeks. Carla’s geriatrician has suggested Diane set up distance monitoring. © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Demonstration scenario Diane’s experience < embodying > Caregiver - Elder < member of > Caregiving family (multi-gen) < embodying > College graduate world from Diane’s PoV specifiable elements MF0 Prerequisites: • Physician has requested account on behalf of patient • Physician has delivered website access instruction MF1 sheet MF2 MF3 MF4 MF5 MF6 MFEND 37 t0 Diane, 26, lives in rural Minnesota. Since her layoff from teaching last year, she’s been a stay-home mother to her two young sons while seeking work, and an informal caregiver to her grandmother Carla. A recent visit to her grandmother’s geriatrician in Minneapolis revealed that Carla’s Alzheimer’s is worsening. Daily caregiving will be necessary months or even weeks. Carla’s geriatrician has suggested Diane set up distance monitoring. © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Demonstration scenario Point-of-view < embodying > Caregiver - Elder Diane’s experience < member of > Caregiving family (multi-gen) < embodying > College graduate world from Diane’s PoV specifiable elements MF0 Prerequisites: • Physician has requested account on behalf of patient • Physician has delivered website access instruction MF1 sheet MF2 MF3 MF4 MF5 MF6 MFEND 37 t0 Diane, 26, lives in rural Minnesota. Since her layoff from teaching last year, she’s been a stay-home mother to her two young sons while seeking work, and an informal caregiver to her grandmother Carla. A recent visit to her grandmother’s geriatrician in Minneapolis revealed that Carla’s Alzheimer’s is worsening. Daily caregiving will be necessary months or even weeks. Carla’s geriatrician has suggested Diane set up distance monitoring. © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Demonstration scenario “in role w/out defined procedures or standard structure.” “may yearn for world beyond childhood relationships.” “may believe in caring for recipient caring for self” Point-of-view < embodying > Caregiver - Elder Diane’s experience < member of > Caregiving family (multi-gen) < embodying > College graduate world from Diane’s PoV specifiable elements MF0 Prerequisites: • Physician has requested account on behalf of patient • Physician has delivered website access instruction MF1 sheet MF2 MF3 MF4 MF5 MF6 MFEND 37 t0 Diane, 26, lives in rural Minnesota. Since her layoff from teaching last year, she’s been a stay-home mother to her two young sons while seeking work, and an informal caregiver to her grandmother Carla. A recent visit to her grandmother’s geriatrician in Minneapolis revealed that Carla’s Alzheimer’s is worsening. Daily caregiving will be necessary months or even weeks. Carla’s geriatrician has suggested Diane set up distance monitoring. © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Demonstration scenario “in role w/out defined procedures or standard structure.” “may yearn for world beyond childhood relationships.” “may believe in caring for recipient caring for self” Point-of-view < embodying > Caregiver - Elder Diane’s experience < member of > Caregiving family (multi-gen) < embodying > College graduate world from Diane’s PoV specifiable elements MF0 MF1 Patient logs in to technology provider website MF2 MF3 MF4 MF5 MF6 MFEND 37 t0 Diane, 26, lives in rural Minnesota. Since her layoff from teaching last year, she’s been a stay-home mother to her two young sons while seeking work, and an informal caregiver to her grandmother Carla. A recent visit to her grandmother’s geriatrician in Minneapolis revealed that Carla’s Alzheimer’s is worsening. Daily caregiving will be necessary months or even weeks. Carla’s geriatrician has suggested Diane set up distance monitoring. © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Demonstration scenario “in role w/out defined procedures or standard structure.” “may yearn for world beyond childhood relationships.” “may believe in caring for recipient caring for self” Diane’s experience < embodying > Caregiver - Elder < member of > Caregiving family (multi-gen) < embodying > College graduate world from Diane’s PoV specifiable elements MF0 MF1 Patient logs in to technology provider website MF2 MF3 MF4 MF5 MF6 MFEND t0 t1 After a few moment’s navigation of MedCentro’s website, 0 37 © Eric Swanson / Contextual–Scenario Framework / 16 April 2013

Demonstration scenario “in role w/out defined procedures or standard structure.” “may yearn for world beyond childhood relationships.” “may believe in caring for recipient caring for self” Diane’s experience < embodying > Caregiver - Elder < member of > Caregiving family (multi-gen) < embodying > College graduate world from Diane’s PoV < performing > Getting care-recipie

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