HomeASEAN Journal of Engineering Researchvol. 5 no. 1 (2016)

Physiological Stress Monitoring System

Queensette Chelline A Sanao | Carl Gabriel L Plariza | Barby Jay G Putong | Emmanuel C. Fernandez Jr.



The study aimed to create a device that measures the physiological parameters that detects the stress level of an individual. The physiological parameters used are heart rate, hand temperature and galvanic skin response. The researchers used the experimental development design, descriptive survey and statistical method in gathering, summarizing, analyzing, and interpreting data of the research. The statistical methods used in this study are mean and one sample t-test. Based on the results, the heart rate measurement and hand temperature measurement has no significant difference compared to the standard device of the parameters. An Android application was also developed for the data to be displayed. The research evaluation results were proof that the device was able to detect and measure the physiological parameters relating to stress.