Welcome to NUHome!

The NUHome Laboratory is behavioral monitoring assessment and intervention. Located on the 4th floor of Richards Hall at 360 Huntington Avenue, the NUHome Lab is 600 square foot enclosed space architected as a one bedroom apartment with an adjacent computer control room. It is equipped with a full spectrum of sensors, including set of 2D […]

CTPC welcomes Iman Khaghani Far!

In June 2016, CTPC welcomed its first postdoctoral research associate, Iman Khaghani Far. Iman was a visiting scholar with CTPC in Fall 2015 and finished his PhD in Human Computer Interaction under mentor Fabio Casati at the University of Trento, Italy in March 2016. He is helping CTPC to refine and expand its health coaching […]

Open Science Collaboration finds that only 39% of psychology studies are reproducible

The August 28th issue of Science published an article by the Open Science Collaboration which found that the results of only 39% of psychology studies were reproducible. CTPC member Misha Pavel is one of 270 authors on this paper. Abstract Reproducibility is a defining feature of science, but the extent to which it characterizes current research […]