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Analysing the Performance of Stress Detection Models on Consumer-Grade Wearable Devices [article]

Van-Tu Ninh and Sinéad Smyth and Minh-Triet Tran and Cathal Gurrin
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Electrodermal Activity (EDA) signals from consumer-grade wearable devices to identify stress patterns.  ...  In this paper, we concentrate on performing statistical analyses on the stress detection capability of two popular approaches of training stress detection models with stress-related biometric signals:  ...  Acknowledgements This research was conducted with the financial support of ADAPT Core under Grant Agreement No. 13  ... 
arXiv:2203.09669v1 fatcat:xwcruxg5lfg7lhk6xjkysye2ma

An Improved Subject-Independent Stress Detection Model Applied to Consumer-grade Wearable Devices [article]

Van-Tu Ninh and Manh-Duy Nguyen and Sinéad Smyth and Minh-Triet Tran and Graham Healy and Binh T. Nguyen and Cathal Gurrin
2022 arXiv   pre-print
they allow for the deployment of stress level detection and management systems in consumer-grade wearable devices without requiring training data for the end-user.  ...  Using our proposed model architecture, we compare the accuracy between stress detection models that use measures from each individual signal source, and one model employing the fusion of multiple sensor  ...  This publication is funded as part of Dublin City University's Research Committee and research grants from Science Foundation Ireland under grant numbers SFI/13/RC/2106, SFI/13/RC/2106_P2, and 18/CRT/6223  ... 
arXiv:2203.09663v1 fatcat:3hurqnotzffibnezbupkhz4uyu

Smart Consumer Wearables as Digital Diagnostic Tools: A Review

Shweta Chakrabarti, Nupur Biswas, Lawrence D. Jones, Santosh Kesari, Shashaanka Ashili
2022 Diagnostics  
The increasing usage of smart wearable devices has made an impact not only on the lifestyle of the users, but also on biological research and personalized healthcare services.  ...  Data from such devices have enabled the prediction and detection of various physiological as well as psychological conditions and diseases.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/diagnostics12092110 pmid:36140511 pmcid:PMC9498278 fatcat:j6lq7lbwcvfvzkugo5wtettn4a

Guidelines for wrist-worn consumer wearable assessment of heart rate in biobehavioral research

Benjamin W. Nelson, Carissa A. Low, Nicholas Jacobson, Patricia Areán, John Torous, Nicholas B. Allen
2020 npj Digital Medicine  
This paper provides a brief overview of research using commercial wearable devices to measure heart rate, reviews literature on device accuracy, and outlines the challenges that non-standardized reporting  ...  Researchers have increasingly begun to use consumer wearables or wrist-worn smartwatches and fitness monitors for measurement of cardiovascular psychophysiological processes related to mental and physical  ...  The next steps for consumer wearable HR device accuracy research will require meta-analyses in order to summarize the current state of consumer wearable HR accuracy.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41746-020-0297-4 pmid:32613085 pmcid:PMC7320189 fatcat:g6ovc7uhqfcgxpcusrm7f7lyqi

Role of IoT and data analysis in determining mental well-being

Prabhav Sharma, Jyoti Jyoti
2022 International Journal of Health Sciences  
IoT devices like Fitness bands and smartwatches can play a key role in determining the mental health of people.  ...  We analysed, data from The DISCover project to build a classification model in Logistic Regression to find if the patients mental health is declining, using the physical symptoms monitored in the commercially  ...  participated in the DiSCover Project, a one-year longitudinal research in which they wore consumer-grade wearable devices during the study and answered monthly questionnaires regarding their mental health  ... 
doi:10.53730/ijhs.v6ns3.7945 fatcat:wozlvpnnefdylebn2rtm3mbawe

Harnessing consumer smartphone and wearable sensors for clinical cancer research

Carissa A. Low
2020 npj Digital Medicine  
As smartphones and consumer wearable devices become more ubiquitous, there is a growing opportunity to capture rich mobile sensor data continuously, passively, and in real-world settings with minimal burden  ...  Over the past few years, small studies across a variety of cancer populations support the feasibility and potential clinical value of mobile sensors in oncology.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work was supported in part by the National Cancer Institute (K07CA204380 and R37CA242545) and by the Hillman Fellows for Innovative Cancer Research Program funded by the Henry L.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41746-020-00351-x pmid:33134557 pmcid:PMC7591557 fatcat:i6hlpfezsbamtbfjd4spel6gau

Predictive Modeling of Mental Illness Onset Using Wearable Devices and Medical Examination Data: Machine Learning Approach

Tomoki Saito, Hikaru Suzuki, Akifumi Kishi
2022 Frontiers in Digital Health  
The features relating to the wearable data were sleep, activity, and resting heart rate, measured by a consumer-grade wearable device (specifically, Fitbit).  ...  In summary, the predictive model showed useful accuracy for grouping the risk of mental illness onset, suggesting the potential of predictive detection, and preventive intervention using wearable devices  ...  A predictive model was built using data acquired from a consumer-grade wearable device (i.e., Fitbit).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fdgth.2022.861808 pmid:35493532 pmcid:PMC9046696 fatcat:e2nh2nsexvckhcxgf7b2lsyuly

The Feasibility of Wearable and Self-Report Stress Detection Measures in a Semi-Controlled Lab Environment

Sara Aristizabal, Kunjoon Byun, Nadia Wood, Aidan F. Mullan, Paige M. Porter, Carolina Campanella, Anja Jamrozik, Ivan Z. Nenadic, Brent A. Bauer
2021 IEEE Access  
The model was able to detect stress periods with 96% accuracy when using the combined wearable device and survey data, compared to the wearable device dataset alone (88% accuracy).  ...  Although there are a variety of techniques for stress detection using physiological signals, there is still limited research on the ability of behavioral measures to improve the performance of stress detection  ...  The funding did not influence any aspect of this study design and reporting of results.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3097038 fatcat:skzbrmdfnrel3mjp7vallsebjq

Wearable Sleep Technology in Clinical and Research Settings

Massimiliano de Zambotti, Nicola Cellini, Aimee Goldstone, Ian M Colrain, Fiona C Baker
2019 Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise  
The current state-of-the-art review aims to highlight use, validation and utility of consumer wearable sleep-trackers in clinical practice and research.  ...  The boom in wearable technology is part of the digital health revolution and is producing many novel, highly sophisticated and relatively inexpensive consumer devices collecting data from multiple sensors  ...  Within this scenario, it is unclear if a line of consumer products and platforms more focused on the needs of researchers and clinicians would fit the consumer wearable companies" business model.  ... 
doi:10.1249/mss.0000000000001947 pmid:30789439 pmcid:PMC6579636 fatcat:p3prfd6twzf4vlxjgbvj77yitu

A Critical Review of Consumer Wearables, Mobile Applications, and Equipment for Providing Biofeedback, Monitoring Stress, and Sleep in Physically Active Populations

Jonathan M. Peake, Graham Kerr, John P. Sullivan
2018 Frontiers in Physiology  
Looking to the future, the rapidly expanding market of health and sports performance technology has much to offer consumers.  ...  To get the best value, consumers should carefully select such products, not only based on their personal needs, but also according to the strength of supporting evidence and effectiveness of the products  ...  FUNDING This work was supported by funding from Sport Performance Innovation and Knowledge Excellence at the Queensland Academy of Sport, Brisbane, Australia.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fphys.2018.00743 pmid:30002629 pmcid:PMC6031746 fatcat:ygtromebafd4dkxu7awileiycy

Emotional Intelligence Via Wearables: A Method For Detecting Frustration

Nectarios Costadopoulos
2018 Zenodo  
Abstract: The research discussed in this paper is part of a pilot study in the use of wearable devices incorporating electroencephalogram (EEG) and heartrate sensors to sense for the emotional responses  ...  Preliminary results indicate that degree of task completion has an effect on emotions and can be detected by EEG and heartrate changes.  ...  The work discussed in this paper is part of a pilot research to investigate the potential use of wearable devices such electroencephalogram (EEG) headsets and consumer heartrate sensors to detect emotions  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1467490 fatcat:uf54wsgx55hfjns2jtx3suygxq

Wearable Technologies for Developing Sleep and Circadian Biomarkers: A Summary of Workshop Discussions

Christopher M Depner, Philip C Cheng, Jaime K Devine, Seema Khosla, Massimiliano de Zambotti, Rébecca Robillard, Andrew Vakulin, Sean P A Drummond
2019 Sleep  
Finally, sleep and circadian scientists must actively engage in the development and use of wearable devices to maintain the rigor of scientific findings and public health messages based on wearable technology  ...  Given the state of the current science and technology, the limited validation of wearable devices against gold standard measurements is the primary factor limiting large-scale use of wearable technologies  ...  Acknowledgments The  ... 
doi:10.1093/sleep/zsz254 pmid:31641776 pmcid:PMC7368340 fatcat:al53sgw7j5gybbk4ya57hbc2tu

Wearables for Engagement Detection in Learning Environments: A Review

Maritza Bustos-López, Nicandro Cruz-Ramírez, Alejandro Guerra-Hernández, Laura Nely Sánchez-Morales, Nancy Aracely Cruz-Ramos, Giner Alor-Hernández
2022 Biosensors  
This work is a review of current student engagement detection initiatives in the educational domain.  ...  Similarly, stress and surprise are key features of student engagement.  ...  Commercially available consumer wearable devices using sensors for engagement detection in learning environments; 4.  ... 
doi:10.3390/bios12070509 pmid:35884312 pmcid:PMC9312492 fatcat:vfnvxlo6vjgv3m5d3lx5rxdi2m

Editorial: Wearable Sensor Technology for Monitoring Training Load and Health in the Athletic Population

Billy Sperlich, Kamiar Aminian, Peter Düking, Hans-Christer Holmberg
2020 Frontiers in Physiology  
Type of article Review Athletes involved Physically active individuals Sensor(s) employed Consumer-grade wearables Research aim(s) A critical review of consumer wearables, mobile applications, and equipment  ...  Frontiers in Physiology | EVALUATION OF THE QUALITY OF NEW TECHNOLOGY Peake et al. critically reviewed consumer-grade wearables, mobile applications, and equipment designed to provide  ...  Conflict of Interest: The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fphys.2019.01520 pmid:31969826 pmcid:PMC6960165 fatcat:ohchqcupcfcfxb6xk2dquv42iu

Beyond fitness tracking: The use of consumer-grade wearable data from normal volunteers in cardiovascular and lipidomics research

Weng Khong Lim, Sonia Davila, Jing Xian Teo, Chengxi Yang, Chee Jian Pua, Christopher Blöcker, Jing Quan Lim, Jianhong Ching, Jonathan Jiunn Liang Yap, Swee Yaw Tan, Anders Sahlén, Calvin Woon-Loong Chin (+6 others)
2018 PLoS Biology  
The use of consumer-grade wearables for purposes beyond fitness tracking has not been comprehensively explored.  ...  Our findings demonstrate the potential for wearables in biomedical research and personalized health.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank the volunteers for their participation, as well as the NHCS and Sin-gHEART Clinical Research Coordinators.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.2004285 pmid:29485983 pmcid:PMC5828350 fatcat:rf45vibgnbc7rakeizokvd5h7u
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