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How the PMD app integrates self-regulation—evaluating

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series PaceMyDay and Self-Regulation

Before we jump to the last phase, let’s do a quick review of how we’re defining self-regulation and its first two phases. Self-regulation — planning, monitoring, and evaluating your behaviors in order to learn from and optimize end results over time. Planning phase — considering various aspects of a situation and establishing a plan (e.g., … Continue reading How the PMD app integrates self-regulation—evaluating

How the PMD app integrates self-regulation—monitoring

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series PaceMyDay and Self-Regulation

Let’s do a quick review of how we defined self-regulation in our last post before we jump into the next phase of the process. Self-regulation is the process of planning, monitoring, and evaluating your behaviors in order to learn from and optimize end results over time. We discussed planning previously, so you should have a … Continue reading How the PMD app integrates self-regulation—monitoring

How the PMD app integrates self-regulation—planning

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series PaceMyDay and Self-Regulation

Self-regulation is the process of planning, monitoring, and evaluating your behaviors in order to learn from and optimize end results over time. The PaceMyDay app encourages self-regulation in a number of ways. Onboarding — The onboarding process is a one-time process to establish certain app-related guidelines such as wake-up time, bedtime routine, and lights-out time … Continue reading How the PMD app integrates self-regulation—planning

What is the PaceMyDay app?

You’re probably asking yourself, “What is the PaceMyDay app?” You’ve come to the right place. The BEST app blog will provide information about the PaceMyDayapp app (and many more), the concepts upon which the app is based, the app development process, and much more. Let’s start with some basic information about fatigue. According to the … Continue reading What is the PaceMyDay app?

Smart devices as cognitive prosthetics

Smart devices can be used as cognitive prosthetics, e.g., as memory or organization aids for people with cognitive challenges. At this time, iOS devices make better cognitive prosthetics than Android devices. Here’s why. The term “cognitive prosthetic” is becoming more and more popular. You are probably familiar with the use of the term “prosthetic” to … Continue reading Smart devices as cognitive prosthetics