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A comparison of wearable heart rate sensors for HRV biofeedback in the wild: an ethnographic study

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A comparison of wearable heart rate sensors for HRV biofeedback in the wild : an ethnographic study. / Umair, Muhammad; Chalabianloo, Niaz; Sas, Corina; Ersoy, Cem .

2020. Paper presented at 25th annual international CyberPsychology, CyberTherapy & Social Networking Conference, Milan, Italy.

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Umair, M, Chalabianloo, N, Sas, C & Ersoy, C 2020, 'A comparison of wearable heart rate sensors for HRV biofeedback in the wild: an ethnographic study', Paper presented at 25th annual international CyberPsychology, CyberTherapy & Social Networking Conference, Milan, Italy, 5/06/20.

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Umair, M., Chalabianloo, N., Sas, C., & Ersoy, C. (Accepted/In press). A comparison of wearable heart rate sensors for HRV biofeedback in the wild: an ethnographic study. Paper presented at 25th annual international CyberPsychology, CyberTherapy & Social Networking Conference, Milan, Italy.

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Umair M, Chalabianloo N, Sas C, Ersoy C. A comparison of wearable heart rate sensors for HRV biofeedback in the wild: an ethnographic study. 2020. Paper presented at 25th annual international CyberPsychology, CyberTherapy & Social Networking Conference, Milan, Italy.

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Umair, Muhammad ; Chalabianloo, Niaz ; Sas, Corina ; Ersoy, Cem . / A comparison of wearable heart rate sensors for HRV biofeedback in the wild : an ethnographic study. Paper presented at 25th annual international CyberPsychology, CyberTherapy & Social Networking Conference, Milan, Italy.

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