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  • noun medicine An accelerometer, worn by a sleeping subject, that records sleep activities

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Examples

  • The volunteers wore a wristwatch-like device called an actigraph for two weeks.

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  • People in the behavioral group had greater improvements in self-reported sleep quality as well as better outcomes on an objective measure of sleep-wake patterns called an actigraph, compared with the information-only group.

    Sleep better without drugs

  • And for an objective measurement of sleep time, the children wore a device on their wrist called an actigraph, which logs sleep duration by recording movement.

    Lack of sleep in kids linked to ADHD symptoms

  • An actigraph records movement, providing an objective measure of a child's activity level and sleep time.

    Active days mean better bedtimes

  • And for an objective measurement of sleep time, the children wore a device on their wrist called an actigraph, which logs sleep duration by recording movement.

    Lack of sleep in kids linked to ADHD symptoms

  • An actigraph records movement, providing an objective measure of a child's activity level and sleep time.

    Active days mean better bedtimes

  • The study included 519 healthy 7-year-olds from New Zealand, who each wore a device called an actigraph for 24 hours.

    Active days mean better bedtimes

  • The study included 519 healthy 7-year-olds from New Zealand, who each wore a device called an actigraph for 24 hours.

    Active days mean better bedtimes

  • Wearing the actigraph, I sat before a computer in a small windowless room and took working-memory tests.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • My actigraph scores confirmed that I wasn't operating normally for a 38-year-old adult.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

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