HeatherShawMember since May 2023 • Last active May 2023
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Thank you very much @nravanelli and for getting in touch via email as well. I was thinking of open source solutions that mirrored the ethos of of the Bangle.js
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Found another article entitled "Activity tracker-based intervention
to increase physical activity in patients
with type 2 diabetes and healthy individuals:
study protocol for a randomized controlled trial: ! https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s13063-022-06550-z
Found one article which aimed to validate the bangle.js2 with a very popular existing research watch: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12662-022-00813-2
I am a researcher at Lancaster University UK wondering if anyone has used the Bangle.js 2 in any academic research looking into behaviour change/behaviour biometrics or wellbeing. I am interested in exploring how wearable and mobile technologies can be used to study these topics.
My university email is firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a lecturer of Psychology at Lancaster University UK
My research expertise is in the field of behaviour analytics and behaviour change with a focus on how we can study behaviours using new technologies. I examine how computational methods can test theories of psychology and behaviour in contemporary ways and how we can use technologies to encourage behaviour change. However, this requires an understanding of the technical, ethical and privacy considerations of studying behaviour using digital means. Therefore, I am interested in how psychological research can improve the way digital footprint and sensor data is created, obtained, and used for public good.