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Discover the studies taking place at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute and see if you could be a perfect participant.
Evaluation of therapy homework app
We are looking for participants to test the digital system (Maia) created for managing your clients, assigning therapy homework and tracking their progress.
Using multimodal measures for emotion recognition in conversational settings
The objective of the project is to recognize emotion during a watching video task and having a conversation with an intern psychologist.
Fascia imaging research study
Be part of a study that investigates the role of fascia and its contribution to the human musculoskeletal system.
Abdominal MRI for visualisation and analysis of the stomach and intestine contractions
This Study will help us get a better understanding of the effect of stomach movements on the food breakdown and mixing caused by the contractions in the GI tract.
How does a child learn to walk?
You could help us learn about how an infant develops important walking skills.
Measuring Baby Movements
We want to improve existing methods of measuring baby movements to help us better understand early development.
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