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The lack of healthy behaviors - such as physical activity and balanced diet - in modern society is responsible for a large number of diseases and high mortality rates in the world. Adaptive behavioral interventions have been suggested as a way to promote sustained behavioral changes to address these issues. These adaptive interventions can be modeled as closed-loop control systems, and thus applying control systems engineering and system identification principles to behavioral settings might provide a novel way of improving the quality of such interventions. Good understanding of the dynamic processes involved in behavioral experiments is a fundamental step in …
- Seixas, Gustavo Mesel Lobo, Rivera, Daniel E, Peet, Matthew M, et al.
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