Below are validation studies for our apps:

Brunet, J. F., Dagenais, D., Therrien, M., Gartenberg, D., & Forest, G. (accepted). Validation of sleep-2-Peak: A smartphone application that can detect fatigue-related changes in reaction times during sleep deprivation. Behavior Research Methods     PDF

Collecting longitudinal and repeated data on the smart phone: Mental models, cost of collection, and perceived benefit of feedback. Gartenberg, D., & Thornton, R., Mortazavi, M., Pfannenstiel, D., Taylor, D., & Parasuraman, R. (2012). Pers Ubiquit Comput, doi: 10.1007/s00779-012-0508-3.     PDF

A smartphone PVT application is successfully used to identify one’s sleep schedule associated with better daytime alertness. Gartenberg, D., Forest, G., & Therrien, M. (2012). Associated Professional Sleep Societies.      In Press

High correlation and predictive value between alertness measured by reaction time and physical performance. Therrien, M., Hebert, M., Gartenberg, D., De Koninck, J., & Forest, G (2012). Associated Professional Sleep Societies.      In Press

Proactive Sleep: Reducing the costs of data collection and increasing the benefits of data access. 1st Annual Quantified Self Conference. Gartenberg, D. & Pfannenstiel, D. (2011). San Francisco, CA: Quantified Self.      PDF

Development and evaluation of a neuroergonomic smart phone application to assess vigilance and arousal. Gartenberg, D. McGarry, R., Phannenstiel, D., Cisler, D., Shaw, T., & Parasuraman, R. (2012). 4th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics.      In Press

Understanding Brain Arousal and Sleep Quality Using a Neuroergonomic Smart Phone Application. Gartenberg, D. & Parasuraman, R. (2010). In Marek, T., Karwowski, W., & Rice, V. (Eds.), Advances in Understanding Human Performance, 3rd International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (pp. 210-220).     PDF

Sleep and Health on the Smart Phone: Applications towards Behavioral Treatment For
Insomnia. Gartenberg, D. (November 2010). Sleep Review Magazine.     PDF

US Patent Application 12/795283 “Cyclical Behavior Modification,” D. I. Gartenberg, Filed May 21, 2010.