Human Cognition and Emotion using Physio Psychological Approach : A Survey

  • B. Amutha SRM University, Kattankulathur
  • Bobin Kurian SRM University, Kattankulathur
  • Karthick Nanmaran, SRM University, Kattankulathur
  • N. Parvathi SRM University, Kattankulathur
  • G. Sivagami SRM University, Kattankulathur
  • M. Balasubramanian SRM University, Kattankulathur
Keywords: Human cognition and emotion, support vector machine, physiological parameters, ECG, skin conductance


A soldier’s responsibility in the military includes his physical and mental attitudes which makes him to support the army in a full-fledged manner. This type of human dimension recognizes Soldier readiness from training proficiency to motivation for the Army’s future success. It introduces the concept of holistic fitness, a comprehensive combination of the whole person, including all components of the human dimension as a triad of moral, cognitive and physical components. The human dimension concept is directly related to the human mind and memory system. In this research, a system which will be capable of recognizing human emotions based on physiological parameters of a human body is discussed. The data from the system is fed to a computer where it is stored. Stored information regarding human parameters is retrieved and classified using support vector machine to generate a data set about the various emotions the human poses at a specific situation. The emotion, thus calculated is grouped to generate a grade for his present status. This grade is used to recommend the suitable working environment for the person.
How to Cite
Amutha, B., Kurian, B., Nanmaran, K., Parvathi, N., Sivagami, G., & Balasubramanian, M. (2015). Human Cognition and Emotion using Physio Psychological Approach : A Survey. Defence Science Journal, 65(6), 451-458.
Biomedical Sciences