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Experience sampling of my stress - Ulrich Atz

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    • 1. Measuring StressSmartphone-Based Experience Sampling and other methods Ulrich Atz
    • 2. Quantified Self1. How can we measure stress?2. What is the “best” way to do so?3. What can you take away?
    • 3. Three methods1. Experience Sampling2. Day Reconstruction Method3. Heart Rate
    • 4. ESM user interface
    • 5. Day Reconstruction Method
    • 6. Memory Belt
    • 7. Heart Rate 90 80SampleHR 70 60 5005jun2011 08:50:00 05jun2011 09:06:40 05jun2011 09:23:20 05jun2011 09:40:00 05jun2011 09: time Source: Author
    • 8. 80 70Stress by DRM 60 50 40 30 2 1 0 1 2 Stress by ESM (standardised) Excluding three outliers Hollow circles are used for treatment occasions, full circles otherwise Light blue indicates a low number of ESM measurements, dark blue a high one Source: Author
    • 9. What can you learn?Simplicity, avoid biophysical measuresPlanning, e.g. number of observations: 3 to 4 weeksBest method? Type of person, ask yourself ESM – do you carry around a smartphone? DRM – do you have a routine and discipline?Careful when trying to change somethingKeep it simple!