June 17, 2010
I use Proactive Sleep to track =my sleep amount, sleep hygiene, morning grogginess, exercise, diet, productivity, alcohol use, medication use, caffeine use, and to keep personal notes about my day.
Recently I conducted an experiment that will appear in a book chapter in the 3rd international conference of human factors and applied cognition about how simple games can be used to measure the components of sleep.
My name is Daniel Gartenberg. I'm a Ph.D. student at George Mason University in the Psychology program for Human Factors and Applied Cognition. I also have developed an iPhone app called Proactive Sleep that monitors sleep and other behaviors.