While the technology powering Moodspark has been built on countless peer-reviewed biology, psychology, and neuroscience studies, we have prioritized highlighting research studies that is primarily focused on the product’s ability to reduce anxiety and mood symptoms, use cognitive or motivational stimulation to promote behavioral change, and reduce the burden of care.
A Systematic, Automated, Digital Reminiscence Therapy Platform for Patients with Dementia: A Pilot Project
A Digital Therapeutic (DTx) approach for preventing loneliness, anxiety, and depression in demential patients.
Research presented to the Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC), July 24, 2021.
A Sensors-Based Approach to Detecting Sundowning Anxiety and Providing Digital Redirection for Caregiver Support
Follow-on pilot study focused on using MoodSpark to redirect patients during high anxiety sundowning moments. Primary design to assess the effectiveness of digital caregiver support as a means of reducing caregiver anxiety and caregiver turn over.