Ulrich Atz: Experience Sampling of My Stress

March 25, 2012

Ulrich Atz was curious about measuring his stress levels. He chose three methods to do this: experience sampling, day reconstruction method, and heart rate. In the video below, he helpfully describes how he went about designing his experiment, how the different methods work and the challenges of each one, and what he learned. He was surprised to discover which method worked best! (Filmed at the QS Europe conference in Amsterdam.)

Experience sampling of my stress by Ulrich Atz from Quantified Self Amsterdam on Vimeo.

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