Assessment of Macro Movements during Acute Psychosocial Stress

We see macro movements as changes in facial expressions, body posture, and movement. Such macro movements are often an expression of human emotions and thus have the potential to be promising biomarkers for complementing the established methods for stress measurement.

Thus, in D03 we explore how acute psychosocial stress influences macro movements and how these changes can be used to gain a better understanding of the human stress response.


Examples of macro movement assessment during acute stress