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Contribution of EEG biosignals for Stress Detection
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  • Jonah Fernandez,
  • Raquel Martínez,
  • Bianca Innocenti,
  • Beatriz López
Jonah Fernandez

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Raquel Martínez
Bianca Innocenti
Beatriz López

Abstract

Stress is a prevalent global concern impacting individuals across various life aspects. This paper investigates stress detection using electroencephalographic (EEG) signals, which have proven valuable for studying neural correlates of stress. Stress was induced in participants, and physiological data was recorded as part of the experimental setup. Different feature sets were extracted and four machine learning models, including LightGBM, Convolutional Neural Network (CNN), K-Nearest Neighbors (KNN), and Support Vector Machine (SVM), were utilized for classification tasks. The findings indicate that the mean and standard deviation of 19 channels consistently outperform other feature sets. LightGBM demonstrates superior performance across all scenarios compared to CNN, KNN, and SVM. Overall, this study presents an effective stress detection approach using EEG signals and demonstrates the potential of integrating simple statistical features for enhanced classification accuracy. The findings contribute to the advancement of stress monitoring technologies, with potential applications in wearables and BCIs for real-time stress management.
21 May 2024Submitted to TechRxiv
30 May 2024Published in TechRxiv