Evidence-based practice is important but there is debate on how best to achieve evidence-based behavior change.
Agile science targets three products that, when combined, match the complexity of real-world behavior change.
- Behavior change modules, which are self-contained and repurposable intervention components.
- Computational models, which specify complex interactions between modules, individuals, and context.
- Personalization algorithms, which are decision rules for intervention personalization and adaptation.
The Agile Science process emphasizes early-and-often sharing to support the collective development and evaluation of highly precise behavior change interventions.
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