WELLNESS RESEARCH OVERVIEW

2020

PROPOSING AN EYE-TRACKING APP THAT HELPS WITH SELF-DIAGNOSING ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD)

  • Researched under the guidance of Dr. Turner-Essel of the Stanford University Psychology Department

  • Proposed a prototype of an app that has an eye-tracking ability which diagnoses a user based on patterns in eye movements detected by a deep learning mechanism

2019

DESIGNING AN ALGORITHM THAT MODIFIES MUSIC BASED ON STRESS LEVELS OF THE LISTENER

  • Wrote an algorithm in python that varies in beat and length of each segment of the music that I composed depending on the listener's current stress levels with the goal to calm down students so that they can focus before studying.

  • Tested 150 juniors at Monta Vista High School and calculated their change in a heartbeat and self-evaluated stress levels

  • Analyzed the data through chi-squared analysis and drew conclusions.

2017

PROPOSING A PEER MATCHING PROGRAM AS A MECHANISM TO IMPROVE MENTAL HEALTH

  • 'The Most Creative Award' winning project @ the 2017 Stanford Mental Health Innovation Challenge

  • Proposed AMI-Co, a matching program where students of similar interests from different districts can become each others' "amigo" while maintaining some anonymity, as a solution to the increasing suicide rates at Silicon Valley High Schools.

  • Moved to implement real-life to see actual results in mental health improvement, however, was met with liability issues of school district rules.

 

PROPOSING AN EYE-TRACKING APP THAT HELPS SELF-DIAGNOSE ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD)

 
 

DESIGNING AN ALGORITHM THAT MODIFIES MUSIC BASED ON STRESS LEVELS OF THE LISTENER

 
 

PROPOSING A PEER MATCHING PROGRAM AS A MECHANISM TO IMPROVE MENTAL HEALTH