Utilizing emerging technologies (including wearables, smartphone applications, & other novel devices) and health behavior change interventions to understand the dynamic interplay of sleep, sedentary, and more active behaviors, and how collectively these behaviors may be harnessed for health promotion and disease prevention.
Under the direction of Dr. Matthew Buman, the lab has conducted research about different behaviors across the 24 hour day. Explore our past research to learn more about sleeping, working, and recreation.
Research cannot get done if we have no data! Go to our current studies page to see what research is actively happening in the lab and if you are eligible to participate in one of our studies!
Are you an undergraduate student at Arizona State University with an interest in learning more about behaviors across the 24 hour cycle, research, or any other analytical skill? We would love to have your join our team!
Going from an idea to a published paper requires a lot of work from people with a lot of different experiences. Meet the team that all have a hand in keeping this lab running smoothly.