PUBLICATIONS WITH THE FORK
4 publications and a thesis with the Slow Control fork
1 - Efficiency to slow down
2 - Improved chewing
3 - Demonstrated weight loss
4 - Analysis of the causes of effectiveness
The Dutch researcher Sander Hermsen integrated our tool into his thesis, in 2019, on the study of the effectiveness of different tools promising to modify behavior. Among the tools were those of the biggest brands in electronics. We have been rated as the most effective tool. A tool that keeps its promise "The Slow Control fork was an exceptional case in terms of efficiency". The reason being that the feedback (feedback in scientific terms), visual (light) or sensory (vibration) stimuli that the user receives is concomitant with the cause that provoked these stimuli (eating too quickly) This simultaneity has two merits 1 – for the present, it warns the user who succeeds in eating slowly for the duration of an attention cycle 2 – for the future, it anchors a new engram which, by dint of repetition, will constitute the path of decision of new, slower automatisms.