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Emotionally Responsive Wearable Technology and Stress Detection for Affective Disorders.

  title={Emotionally Responsive Wearable Technology and Stress Detection for Affective Disorders.},
  author={J. Tillotson},
  journal={Psychiatria Danubina},
  volume={29 Suppl 3},
  • J. Tillotson
  • Published 1 September 2017
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychiatria Danubina
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