Parkinson's disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disorder characterized by several motor and non-motor symptoms. These last, widely, concern affective disorders, among which, alexithymia has great impact on the amount and quality of social relationship and on caregiver well-being. Ubiquitous and quantitative monitoring of patients' emotional status may help to better understand affective disorders. This study proposes a preliminary approach to investigate the feasibility of emotion recognition in PD using physiological data collected by a smartwatch.

Smartwatch based emotion recognition in Parkinson's disease / Pepa, L.; Capecci, M.; Ceravolo, M. G.. - (2019), pp. 23-24. (Intervento presentato al convegno 23rd IEEE International Symposium on Consumer Technologies, ISCT 2019 tenutosi a ita nel 2019) [10.1109/ISCE.2019.8901033].

Smartwatch based emotion recognition in Parkinson's disease

Pepa L.;Capecci M.;Ceravolo M. G.
2019-01-01

Abstract

Parkinson's disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disorder characterized by several motor and non-motor symptoms. These last, widely, concern affective disorders, among which, alexithymia has great impact on the amount and quality of social relationship and on caregiver well-being. Ubiquitous and quantitative monitoring of patients' emotional status may help to better understand affective disorders. This study proposes a preliminary approach to investigate the feasibility of emotion recognition in PD using physiological data collected by a smartwatch.
2019
978-1-7281-3570-0
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