Happy with a 20% chance of sadness


Publication/Creation Date
October 30 2018
Creators/Contributors
Matt Kaplan (creator)
Matthew Nock (contributor)
Harvard University (contributor)
Massachusetts General Hospital (contributor)
Rosalind Picard (contributor)
Massachusetts Institute Of Technology (MIT) (contributor)
MIT Media Lab (contributor)
Verily Life Sciences (contributor)
Empatica (contributor)
Akane Sano (contributor)
Mindstrong Health (contributor)
Paul Dagum (contributor)
Louis-Philippe Morency (contributor)
Carnegie Mellon University (contributor)
Jonathan Gratch (contributor)
University Of Southern California (contributor)
National Institute Of Mental Health (NIMH) (contributor)
Tom Insel (contributor)
Evan Kleiman (contributor)
Barbara Fredrickson (contributor)
University Of North Carolina (contributor)
Justin Baker (contributor)
McLean Institute For Technology In Psychiatry (contributor)
Stanford University (contributor)
MIT Affective Computing Group (contributor)
Media Type
Journal Article
Persuasive Intent
Information
Description
This article discusses research that explores how technologies such as smart wristbands and apps can predict people's moods, depression, and even suicidal thoughts. 
HCI Platform
Wearables
Location on Body
Wrist, Skin
Source
https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-018-07181-8