The thermoresponsive conductive composite (TCC) thin films and fiber mats, whose electrical property changed with temperature, were fabricated successfully. The thermocrosslinkable and thermoresponsive copolymer, poly (N-isopropyl acrylamide-co-N-methylolacrylamide) (PNN), was synthesized. The TCC thin film and fiber mat were fabricated by spin coating and electrospinning process of PEDOT:PSS/PNN solutions, respectively. After thermocrosslinking and doping by DMSO, the composite thin films and fiber mats were obtained. Fibrous structures of TCC fiber mats were observed by SEM. The surface resistance and conductivity of composites were measured. The thermoresponsivity and swelling ratio of TCCs were also studied. The thermoresponsive conductive property was analyzed by measuring the surface resistance of TCCs in water bath under various temperatures from 20 to 50 degrees C. With the increase of temperature, the TCCs shrank to be dense structure and showed lower surface resistance. The TCC fibers mat exhibited greater sensitivity to temperature than thin film owing to its fibrous structure. (C) 2015 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.