Investigating the Role of Bio-Behavioural Feedback to Promote Behaviour Change
Maxine’s research covers the area of bio-behavioural feedback in relation to physical activity and sedentary behaviour. This encompasses the suggestion that there is great potential regarding the use of real-time, continuous physiological feedback (e.g. continuously fluctuating glucose levels) to facilitate the nudging of individuals toward improved behaviour choices (i.e. increases in physical activity levels and reductions in time spent sedentary).