S87. Toward Emotion Prosthetics: Emotion Regulation Through Wearable Vibroacoustic Stimulation

      Chronic stress is prevalent, expensive, and has a negative effect on people’s lives. Current technologies for changing reactions to stress generally involve therapies that can take months yielding techniques that may not be accessible by individuals in the moment, and medications that have undesirable side effects, all of which are associated with response in only about half of those who receive them. Thus, there is a priority on developing novel, often technology-based approaches that are easy and inexpensive to implement, and ideally, that target implicated mechanisms directly to apply the ideals of personalized medicine.
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