Methods | Overview
Fitbit Charge 3 Watch: This wireless fitness tracking device allows us to collect information surrounding activity, heart rate, and sleep quality and stages in the daily lives of our participants.
Dreem 2 EEG: This portable, wireless EEG headband records, stores, and analyzes physiological data. We are currently using this device to objectively measure sleep in our participants.
AthenaCX App: This smartphone application uses ecological momentary assessments to capture sleep, pain, energy level, and mobility responses from our participants and securely transmit them to the research team.
Cambridge Cognition App: This smartphone application is used by our participants to assess global cognitive ability and psychomotor vigilance.
Calm-It App: This smartphone application was created by the National Institute of Mental Health to assess inhibitory control.