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Socio‐biosensor device that can be used for the simultaneous or real‐time measurement of bio‐behavioral, social and/or environmental data.
Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) has developed a wearable socio‐biosensor device that can be used for the simultaneous or real‐time measurement of bio‐behavioral data, social data, and/or environmental data related to a subject who is wearing the device. The device may be worn by multiple subjects in a group, for instance, to employ the gathered data to assess the health impact of social interaction engaged in and by the subject wearing the device, as well as the quality of life of the subject. The resulting sociopsychological assessment is more comprehensive, accurate and valid than traditional assessments, which are often based on self‐reported data or external observation. Other physiological and environmental data simultaneously measured along with the socio‐psychological data
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