Do you wear an Apple Watch?

Curious about your emotions, self-awareness and well-being? The Center for BrainHealth and IntentWave are actively recruiting Apple Watch and iPhone users to participate in the Mindcurrent (previously known as Intentwave) Behavioral Study with Apple Watch. The purpose of this study is to increase our understanding of how daily activities influence emotions and an individual’s overall sense of mental well-being, specifically in regards to stress. With artificial intelligence, physiological and behavioral data can be analyzed in an effort to bring increased awareness to wearers of his or her emotional states.


In order to participate in this study you must own an Apple Watch, be over the age of 18, and speak English fluently.


Participants are asked to reflect and identify their current emotion several times a day using their Apple Watch and iPhone via the IntentWave, MindCurrent app.

This research is jointly conducted by The University of Texas at Dallas and Mindcurrent. Participation is voluntary and lasts for 45 days beginning the first day you receive a prompt through your apple watch.

If you would like to read more about this study, or are ready to begin the consent process, please click the link below. Detailed processes and procedures are explained in length within the online consent.

Mindcurrent Behavioral Study Consent Form

For questions please contact the research coordinator, Aaron Tate at or (972) 883-3318