Remote state anxiety detection and monitoring using multimodal wearable sensors (RAD-Wear) Study
The Mobility and Fall Prevention Research Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is currently studying how we can best monitor health and wellness during daily activities using a combination of wearable sensors and COVID-19 experiences. Dr. Hernandez, director of the Mobility and Fall Prevention Research Laboratory, has been looking for adults.
If you agree to participate, you will be asked to wear sensors in a smart shirt, smartphone, and wristband during the day in unison with daily assessments at the end of the day and self-reported questions about medical history, demographics, cognitive, mental health, and physical function. Your participation will consist of two at-home data collection sessions of approximately 2 weeks each, within 1 year, and up to 2 in-lab sessions of approximately 3-4 hours each.
You will receive a gift card of up to $300, based on the number of at-home and in-person sessions completed.
If you are interested in the study, please fill out the sign-up questionnaire and the research assistants will be in touch with you. Women and underrepresented minorities are strongly encouraged to participate.