Automatic Stress Detection in Working Environments From Smartphones’ Accelerometer Data: A First Step

@article{GarciaCeja2016AutomaticSD,
  title={Automatic Stress Detection in Working Environments From Smartphones’ Accelerometer Data: A First Step},
  author={Enrique Garcia-Ceja and Venet Osmani and Oscar Mayora-Ibarra},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics},
  year={2016},
  volume={20},
  pages={1053-1060}
}
Increase in workload across many organizations and consequent increase in occupational stress are negatively affecting the health of the workforce. Measuring stress and other human psychological dynamics is difficult due to subjective nature of selfreporting and variability between and within individuals. With the advent of smartphones, it is now possible to monitor diverse aspects of human behavior, including objectively measured behavior related to psychological state and consequently stress… CONTINUE READING
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