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You power research. We power you.



Chicago

The Center for Behavioral Intervention Technologies (CBITs) is a research center within the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. We focus on developing and evaluating behavioral intervention technologies (BITs). These include web, mobile and sensor technologies that help people make positive behavior changes to support health, mental health, and wellness.

CBITs includes researchers from many disciplines, including psychologists, physicians, software engineers, human factors engineers, computer scientists, implementation scientists, and statisticians. The center includes two overlapping arms: an academic research group and a technology development core. We collaborate with teams from all over the world to develop and evaluate innovative intervention technologies. 

We invite you to explore our website and work.

 

 

Technology

Find out how we can work with you to take your project to the next level.

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Research

We’ve collaborated on over 50 projects and over 25 NIH grants around the world.

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Join one of our research studies for free access to mental health treatments.

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Our BIT development services are used by universities spanning the globe, some examples of them are:

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We’ve collaborated on over 50 projects and over 25 NIH grants around the world.


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We’ve collaborated on over 50 projects and over 25 NIH grants around the world.


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