On-body Sensing of Cocaine Craving, Euphoria and Drug-Seeking Behavior Using Cardiac and Respiratory Signals

@article{Gullapalli2019OnbodySO,
  title={On-body Sensing of Cocaine Craving, Euphoria and Drug-Seeking Behavior Using Cardiac and Respiratory Signals},
  author={Bhanuteja Gullapalli and A. Natarajan and G. Angarita and R. Malison and Deepak Ganesan and Tauhidur Rahman},
  journal={Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies},
  year={2019},
  volume={3},
  pages={1 - 31}
}
Drug addiction is a chronic brain-based disorder that affects a person's behavior and leads to an inability to control drug usage. Ubiquitous physiological sensing technologies to detect illicit drug use have been well studied and understood for different types of drugs. However, we currently lack the ability to continuously and passively measure the user state in ways that might shed light on the complex relationships between cocaine-induced subjective states (e.g., craving and euphoria) and… Expand

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