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Use of the Consumer-Based Meditation App Calm for Sleep Disturbances: Cross-Sectional Survey Study

Use of the Consumer-Based Meditation App Calm for Sleep Disturbances: Cross-Sectional Survey Study

, and use of sleep aids), and four questions about their app engagement (ie, reason for downloading Calm, frequency and time of Calm use, and how Calm was used at night).

Jennifer Huberty, Megan E Puzia, Linda Larkey, Michael R Irwin, Ana-Maria Vranceanu

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(11):e19508

Cancer Patients’ and Survivors’ Perceptions of the Calm App: Cross-Sectional Descriptive Study

Cancer Patients’ and Survivors’ Perceptions of the Calm App: Cross-Sectional Descriptive Study

Interest in Calm specifically for cancerWould you be more likely to use Calm if it was specifically made for cancer patients and survivors (ie, Calm for Cancer)?

Jennifer Huberty, Megan Puzia, Ryan Eckert, Linda Larkey

JMIR Cancer 2020;6(1):e16926

Characteristics and Usage Patterns Among 12,151 Paid Subscribers of the Calm Meditation App: Cross-Sectional Survey

Characteristics and Usage Patterns Among 12,151 Paid Subscribers of the Calm Meditation App: Cross-Sectional Survey

Other content that Calm offers includes Calm Breathe (breathing training exercises), Calm Music (relaxing, soothing music and nature sounds), Calm Masterclass (monthly series of in-depth audio classes, delivered by experts that teach skills to deal with common

Jennifer Huberty, Ana-Maria Vranceanu, Colleen Carney, Michael Breus, Michael Gordon, Megan Elizabeth Puzia

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(11):e15648

Smartphone-Based Meditation for Myeloproliferative Neoplasm Patients: Feasibility Study to Inform Future Trials

Smartphone-Based Meditation for Myeloproliferative Neoplasm Patients: Feasibility Study to Inform Future Trials

Group 1 received the 10% Happier app followed by the Calm app; Group 2 received the Calm app followed by the 10% Happier app; Group 3 received educational control followed by the 10% Happier app; and Group 4 received educational control followed by the Calm

Jennifer Huberty, Ryan Eckert, Linda Larkey, Jonathan Kurka, Sue A Rodríguez De Jesús, Wonsuk Yoo, Ruben Mesa

JMIR Form Res 2019;3(2):e12662

Parents’ Perceptions of Their Children’s Engagement in a Consumer-Based Meditation Mobile App: Cross-Sectional Survey Study

Parents’ Perceptions of Their Children’s Engagement in a Consumer-Based Meditation Mobile App: Cross-Sectional Survey Study

Do your children use Calm?- Yes- No2. What are the gender(s) of your children who use Calm?- Boys- Girls- Other3. How old are your children who use Calm?4. Why do your children use Calm?

Megan Puzia, Breanne Laird, Jeni Green, Jennifer Huberty

JMIR Pediatr Parent 2020;3(2):e24536

Adapting Coordinated Anxiety Learning and Management for Veterans Affairs Community-Based Outpatient Clinics: Iterative Approach

Adapting Coordinated Anxiety Learning and Management for Veterans Affairs Community-Based Outpatient Clinics: Iterative Approach

CALM: Coordinated Anxiety Learning Management, CBT: cognitive behavioral therapy.In this study, we sought to adapt the original CALM program for use in VA outpatient settings, thus, supporting VA CBOC mental health providers in delivering CBT to veterans with

Traci H Abraham, Kathy Marchant-Miros, Michael B McCarther, Michelle G Craske, Geoffrey M Curran, Lisa K Kearney, Carolyn Greene, Jan A Lindsay, Michael A Cucciare

JMIR Ment Health 2018;5(3):e10277

Experiences of Using a Consumer-Based Mobile Meditation App to Improve Fatigue in Myeloproliferative Patients: Qualitative Study

Experiences of Using a Consumer-Based Mobile Meditation App to Improve Fatigue in Myeloproliferative Patients: Qualitative Study

We used the Calm app for this study, as Calm is one of the most popular consumer-based mobile apps (ie, Apple’s app of the year in 2017), the team developed a relationship with Calm to conduct research using the app, and Calm agreed to provide the memberships

Jennifer Huberty, Ryan Eckert, Linda Larkey, Lynda Joeman, Ruben Mesa

JMIR Cancer 2019;5(2):e14292

A Smart Toy Intervention to Promote Emotion Regulation in Middle Childhood: Feasibility Study

A Smart Toy Intervention to Promote Emotion Regulation in Middle Childhood: Feasibility Study

When picked up, the toy emits a frantic heartbeat that slows down if the child uses calm stroking movements, as registered by the embedded sensors (see Figure 2).

Nikki Theofanopoulou, Katherine Isbister, Julian Edbrooke-Childs, Petr Slovák

JMIR Ment Health 2019;6(8):e14029