MouStress: detecting stress from mouse motion

@inproceedings{Sun2014MouStressDS,
  title={MouStress: detecting stress from mouse motion},
  author={David Sun and Pablo Paredes and John F. Canny},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2014}
}
Stress causes and exacerbates many physiological and mental health problems. Routine and unobtrusive monitoring of stress would enable a variety of treatments, from break-taking to calming exercises. It may also be a valuable tool for assessing effects (frustration, difficulty) of using interfaces or applications. Custom sensing hardware is a poor option, because of the need to buy/wear/use it continuously, even before stress-related problems are evident. Here we explore stress measurement from… CONTINUE READING
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