We are delighted to announce that one of our new research papers was accepted and published in Pilot and Feasibility Studies. Congratulations to Drs Brenna Lin and Christopher Prickett. Stress can negatively impact an individual’s health and well-being and high levels of stress are noted to exist among college students today. In the present pilot study, we assessed the feasibility of using a real-time respiratory-based biofeedback device in preparation for a larger study using a randomized controlled trial design. The study’s main aims were to assess device-adherence and collaboration with the company that develops and sells the device.

Are you curious about the effectiveness of wearable biofeedback devices?  A copy of the paper can be found in our publication section!