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Ciarán P. Friel and Carol Ewing Garber

for the parent study included being 18 years of age or older, a resident of United States, and a current or former user of a PAM. The parent study advertisement asked, “Do you currently use, or have you ever used, a wearable activity monitor (e.g., Fitbit, Apple Watch, etc.)?” and included a link to

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Rachel Tinius, Kolbi Edens, Kim Link, M. Susan Jones, Scott Lyons, Tatum Rebelle, Kevin J. Pearson and Jill Maples

for third best among 8 commercial fitness tracking devices (ie, Mi Band ranked ahead of the The Apple Watch 2, which scored a mean absolute percentage error of 0.42). All participants were asked to wear the tracker continuously (day and night) for 1 week. At the end of the week, participants used

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Anthony D. Pizzo, Bradley J. Baker, Gareth J. Jones and Daniel C. Funk

users to use MYZONE in a variety of settings. While there is also a growing trend of wrist-based wearable devices (e.g., Apple Watch, Fitbit Activity Trackers), these devices are primarily designed and marketed for individual use and not for use in tandem with health and fitness facilities. Thus, MYZONE

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Marianne I. Clark and Holly Thorpe

Apple Watch ( Ledger & McCaffrey, 2014 ), and one in five New Zealander’s are reported to own a fitness tracker of some sort ( Chisholm, 2019 ). These devices consist of a small sensor embedded in a wearable wristband or similar that capture and quantify an array of bodily metrics including step count

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, sustaining healthy behaviors, and maintaining clinical adherence. Methods: This study was designed to develop CoolCraig, a wearable and connected system that combines an Apple Watch 5, mobile phone app, and secure web portal. The first aim was to engage children and caregivers in design sessions and collect