Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Emotional Intelligence Training in Mobile Applications

This project aims to use literature evidences and data analysis techniques to develop new mobile games that train people’s “emotional intelligence”. The company will build the product prototypes based on current literature evidences and theoretical models. Then the data generated from the games will be evaluated to inform product performance, efficacy, and future developments. This internship will enable the company to integrate research in the heart of the product development and implementation from the begging to the end. The intern will use critical literature review skills to inform prototype development, previous data analysis experience to design post-product launch analysis strategies, and software programming languages and statistical methods to analyze data generated by the first emotion training application developed by Fit Brains, Rosetta Stone Canada.

Faculty Supervisor:

Catharine Rankin


Conny Lin


Rosetta Stone Canada




Medical devices


University of British Columbia



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