Statistical Resultant Analysis of Psychosomatic Survey on Various Human Personality Indicators: Statistical Survey to Map Stress and Mental Health

Statistical Resultant Analysis of Psychosomatic Survey on Various Human Personality Indicators: Statistical Survey to Map Stress and Mental Health

Rohit Rastogi (ABES Engineering College, India), Devendra Kumar Chaturvedi (Dayalbagh Educational Institute, India), Pallavi Sharma (ABES Engineering College, India), Vishwas Yadav (ABES Engineering College, India), Sumit Chauhan (ABES Engineering College, India), Muskan Gulati (ABES Engineering College, India), Mayank Gupta (Tata Consultancy Services, India) and Parv Singhal (ABES Engineering College, India)
Copyright: © 2019 |Pages: 21
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-8431-5.ch022
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Machines are getting intelligent day by day. Modern science has gifted us many boons but simultaneously the mental, physical and spiritual disorders have surprisingly disturbed smile, peace and definite attitude and lifestyle of individual and all human beings. The stress has been the biggest challenge against mankind like nuclear weapons, global warming, and epidemics. It leads towards tension, frustration, and depression and ultimately in extreme cases towards the suicide or murder of innocents. The happiness index, safety of individual, living parameters have drastically challenged us and India specially has pathetic situation among global quality of life (QoL) index. This chapter is an effort to define a simulated model and framework for the subjective quality of stress into quantitative parameters and mathematically analyzing it with help of popular machine learning tools and applied methods. Using machine intelligence, authors are trying to establish a framework which may work as an expert system and may help the individual to grow self as better human being.
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Young People's Health Is Vital and Crucial

Most young people are presumed to be healthy but, as per WHO10, an estimated 2.6 million young people aged 10 to 24 year die each year and a much greater number of young people suffer from illnesses ‘behaviors’ which hinder their ability to grow and develop to their full potential. Since from many years a behavioral patterns established during the time period of the development, this pattern indicates the health problem of the upcoming youth in the future. As we show from 1990 to till date, many things change like morality, morbidity and the sense of communication. Now we have shifted the focus towards the health and safety scheme. We have to understand the problems of the youth and decide the suitable mechanism for providing the solution for these problems.


Previous Work Study

The novel usage arose out of Andlin (2005) and BA UM (1990), experiments. He started to use the term to refer not just to the agent but just to the state of the organism as it responded and adapted to the environment. From the later 1960s academic psychologist started to adopt Selly’s concept; they sought to quantify “life stress” by scoring “significant life event”, and a larger amount of research was undertaken to examine links between stress and disease of all kinds.(Rastogi, R. 2017a,b).

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