Federal Government of Canada on mySleepButton and The Cognitive Shuffle
The Government of Canada’s health research investment agency featured mySleepButton™ and the cognitive shuffle this week!
The Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR/IRSC) posted two entries about mySleepButton and Luc’s research on the cognitive shuffle.
- On their Health Research in Canada/La recherche en santé au Canada) Facebook pages.
- On Canada’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR)/Le patient d’abord Facebook pages
Simon Fraser University researcher Luc Beaudoin has created mySleepButton, a first-of-its-kind app that harnesses the power of the imagination to help users nod off.
mySleepButton is a CogSci Apps Corp. Luc P. Beaudoin is a co-founder of CogSci Apps Corp.
We appreciate the Canadian government’s moral support of mySleepButton and our R&D. User feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, suggesting that the cognitive shuffle taps into mechanisms that are involved in regulating sleep onset.
Shuffle your thoughts to sleep!™