Our paper “From good intentions to behaviour change: Probabilistic Feature Diagrams for Behaviour Support Agents” with Malte Kliess and Marielle Stoelinga has been accepted for the 22nd International Conference on Principles and Practice of Multi-Agent Systems (PRIMA’19)! It provides a formal model that allows users of support agents to specify their own desired daily behaviour, eg to improve their health, instead of it being prescribed by the tech. And a way of interpreting the user‘s compliance with this behaviour that allows some variation. This forms the basis for a more flexible kind of support that doesn’t immediately jump in for small deviations from the desired behaviour. The paper was written as part of my Vidi project CoreSAEP.