Margaret (Margie) Morris is a clinical psychologist and senior researcher at Intel. She examines how people relate to technology, and creates mobile and social applications to invite self-awareness and change. Margie developed the embedded assessment approach to early detection and has led a variety of projects including sensor based visualizations for social engagement, Facebook applications for health change, and integrated wearable sensing and mobile feedback to carry psychotherapy into daily life.
She is currently focusing on interpersonal relatedness and emotional attunement as inspiration for technology innovation. Margie completed her B.A. at Haverford College, her Ph.D. at University of New Mexico and Post-doctoral Fellowship at Stanford University. Prior to joining Intel, Margie studied technology adoption at Sapient.