Using Multimodal Wearable Technology to Detect Conflict among Couples Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • 2017 IEEE. By monitoring human behavior unobtrusively, mobile sensing technologies have the potential to improve our daily lives. Initial results from a field study demonstrate that such passive technologies can detect a complex psychological state in an uncontrolled, real-life environment. In the web extra at https://youtu.be/n8Ap3Z44ojQ, guest editor Katarzyna Wac interviews authors Adela Timmons and Theodora Chaspari, quality-of-life technology researchers at the University of Southern California.

published proceedings

  • COMPUTER

altmetric score

  • 89.35

author list (cited authors)

  • Timmons, A. C., Chaspari, T., Han, S. C., Perrone, L., Narayanan, S. S., & Margolin, G.

citation count

  • 22

complete list of authors

  • Timmons, Adela C||Chaspari, Theodora||Han, Sohyun C||Perrone, Laura||Narayanan, Shrikanth S||Margolin, Gayla

publication date

  • March 2017