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Yanick Xavier Lukic

Yanick Xavier Lukic
ETH Zurich | ETH Zürich · Department of Management, Technology, and Economics

Master of Science

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Publications (10)
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BACKGROUND Slow-paced breathing training can have beneficial effects on physiological and psychological well-being. Unfortunately, usage statistics indicate that adherence to breathing training apps is low. Recent work suggests that gameful breathing training may help to overcome this challenge. OBJECTIVE This study aims to introduce and evaluate...
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Background: Slow-paced breathing has been shown to be positively associated with psychological and physiological health. In practice, however, there is little long-term engagement with breathing training, as shown by the usage statistics of breathing training apps. New research suggests that gameful smartphone-delivered breathing training may addre...
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Effective interventions for the prevention and treatment of child and adolescent obesity play an important role in reducing the global health and economic burden of non-communicable diseases. Although multi-component interventions targeting various health behaviors are deemed promising, evidence for their effectiveness is still limited. Self-regula...
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BACKGROUND Slow-paced breathing has been shown to be positively associated with psychological and physiological health. In practice, however, there is little long-term engagement with breathing training, as shown by the usage statistics of breathing training apps. New research suggests that a gameful smartphone-delivered breathing training may addr...
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Background Slow-paced breathing training (6 breaths per minute [BPM]) improves physiological and psychological well-being by inducing relaxation characterized by increased heart rate variability (HRV). However, classic breathing training has a limited target group, and retention rates are very low. Although a gameful approach may help overcome thes...
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Hintergrund: Langsames Atmen hat eine positive Wirkung auf die Herzfunktion und auf das psychische Wohlbefinden. Daher werden entsprechende Atemübungen oft bei chronischen Krankheiten empfohlen; sie werden allerdings aus verschiedenen Gründen nur von bestimmten Personengruppen ausgeübt und haben somit eine eingeschränkte Reichweite und Wirkung. Zi...
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Background: Slow-paced breathing training (6 breaths/min) improves physiological and psychological well-being by inducing relaxation characterized by increased heart rate variability (HRV). However, classic breathing trainings have a limited target group, and retention rates are very low. While a gameful approach may help to overcome these challeng...
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Slow-paced biofeedback-guided breathing training has been shown to improve cardiac functioning and psychological well-being. Current training options, however, attract only a fraction of individuals and are limited in their scalability as they require dedicated biofeedback hardware. In this work, we present Breeze, a mobile application that uses a...
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Deep learning, especially in the form of convolutional neural networks (CNNs), has triggered substantial improvements in computer vision and related fields in recent years. This progress is attributed to the shift from designing features and subsequent individual sub-systems towards learning features and recognition systems end to end from nearly u...

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see www.c4dhi.org The Center for Digital Health Interventions has the objective to design behavior-oriented, scalable and self-learning digital health interventions that are more effective and cost-efficient than existing interventions. In the CSS Health Lab, a collaboration with CSS Insurance, we focus on interventions for the empowered asthma and diabetes patient. By contrast, projects of the Health Information Systems (IS) Lab focus on various other diseases related to mental health, obesity or drug addiction; the Health IS projects are funded by public bodies and other third-parties.