Westerink, Joyce, Krans, Martijn, Ouwerkerk, Martin (Eds.)
2011, X, 198 p.
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Contains contributions from authoritative experts on emotions sensing
Addresses the effects of context on emotions sensing
Ranges from fundamental research to application designs
Provides academic viewpoints as well as industrial viewpoints on emotions sensing
The authors of this book analyze the influence of specific everyday life situations and contexts on the emotional state of people and the ways in which this can impact measurements of user experience. The book anticipates a future in which products and machines know how we feel and adapt to the feelings they sense (music systems that effectively enhance our current mood with a personalized choice of music, computer dialogues that avoid upcoming frustration, and photo cameras that take pictures whenever we're excited). In all these situations, knowledge of the emotional state of the user is prime information.
A previous book published in the Philips Research Book Series, "Probing Experience", illustrated ways to evaluate the user experience through behavioural and physiological parameters. The present book focuses on the influence of context in these measurements. The everyday-life contexts of future products and machines will be always specific, especially in comparison to the standard laboratory situation. Context can impact the experience measurements and influence the occurrence and characteristics of certain signals. On the other hand, independent knowledge of the context could be very valuable for the interpretation of experience measurements. This book provides an overview of the present knowledge on the impact of context, and advocates the need for a joint understanding of its role in the measurement of experience.
The authors comprise many experienced researchers on this topic with a wide variety of backgrounds, including business and academia, covering a broad range of context situations.
Contributors Introduction: Sensing Emotions in Context Joyce Westerink, Martijn Krans, Martin Ouwerkerk 1. Psychological Computing: Interfacing with the Human Nervous System Stephen H. Fairclough 2. Unobtrusive Emotions Sensing in Daily Life Martin Ouwerkerk 3. Physical Activity Recognition Using a Wearable Accelerometer Alberto Bonomi 4. The Use of Psychophysiological Measures during Complex Flight Manoeuvres – an expert pilot Study Wolfram Boucsein, Ioana Koglbauer, Reinhard Braunstingl, K. Wolfgang Kallus 5. The Effects of Coloured Light on Valence and Arousal Rosemarie J.E. Rajae-Joordens 6. Audiovisual Expression of Emotions in Communication Emiel Krahmer and Marc Swerts 7. Accessing the Parallel Universe of Connotative Meaning Wayne O. Chase 8. Runners’ Experience of Implicit Coaching through Music Joyce Westerink, Arjan Claassen, Tijn Schuurmans, Wijnand IJsselsteijn, Yvonne de Kort, Suzanne Vossen, Yuzhong Lin, Guido van Helvoort 9. Sleep in Context Henriette van Vugt 10. Telling the Story and Re-living the Past: how speech analysis can reveal emotions in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) patients Egon L. van den Broek, Frans van der Sluis, Ton Dijkstra11. The Role of Design in Facilitating Multidisciplinary Collaboration in Wearable Technology Sharon Baurley