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Last Updated: 05 July 2022

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Control Systems Engineering for Counteracting Notification Fatigue: An Examination of Health Behavior Change.

Participants will be able to wear a Fitbit Versa 3 and use the study software, JustWalk, for 270 days. This system identification experiment would include two experimentally altered components: 1 notifications that will increase a person's steps within the next 3 hours, whether urge to walk or via bout planning; and two realistic daily step goal goals. If daily step goals were previously achieved, possibility i. e. , the next three hours is a time window for planning short walks within the next three hours, and receptivity i. e. , a person who has walked for fewer than 6 hours after notification were sent has been sent. This is a hypothesis-driven attempt to better comprehend notification fatigue by ensuring that notifications are only needed when they are wanted, when a person has the opportunity to act on them, and is open to receiving assistance. In addition, the suggested daily step goals would also be varied across time. If a person follows their suggested step goals, the goals will continue to get more difficult. Participants will wear a Fitbit for the duration of the study and fill out ecological momentary assessment surveys of psychological constructs hypothesized to be key variables in the targeted dynamic computational models.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05273437

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