Predicting Subjective Well-Being by Smartphone Usage Behaviors

@inproceedings{Gao2014PredictingSW,
  title={Predicting Subjective Well-Being by Smartphone Usage Behaviors},
  author={Yusong Gao and H. Li and T. Zhu},
  booktitle={HEALTHINF},
  year={2014}
}
Subjective Well-Being (SWB) refers to how people experience the quality of their lives, thus to acquire people’s SWB levels timely and effectively is very important. Self-report and interviewing are mostly used techniques for assessing SWB, but cannot be done in time. This study aims to predict one’s SWB levels by smartphone usage behaviours. We collect users’ smartphone usage and self-reported subjective well-being, and found that several usage behaviours correlate with SWB, especially… Expand
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