The study of brain-body coupled dynamics in single individuals, dyads and social groups ought to move from the confines of the laboratory to real life situations. Science on the go is a new paradigm-shifting method to take our lab to the home environment, the school, the clinic and assess the emotional component of our social, educational and clinical behavioral interactions. Using wearable technologies to harness nervous systems bio signals, we can longitudinally track.
Our lab designs new outcome measures for assessments of treatments effectiveness or risks, within the contexts of naturalistic social exchange built through methods that use smart sensing and intelligent computing.
Our lab believes that clinical advancements are best made in a way that can impact the largest economic groups, allowing treatments and assessments to be available to the largest segment of the population, by using low-cost, highly available sensors, with a minimal loss in clinical viability.