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Interacting minds, interacting bodies: Research infrastructure for psychophysiological sensor technologies and applications.
This project is geared towards discovering and developing new applications of state-of-the-art psychophysiological sensor technologies (using computational and AI techniques) to help people with different needs work, learn and play in our modern society, ensuring that this tracking is meaningfully and responsibly applied. To accomplish this, our consortium is suitably interdisciplinary. This undertaking requires well-controlled lab studies and (near-)continuous psychophysiological tracking in real-life settings 'in the wild'. The research infrastructure applied for enables flexible movement from lab explorations of promising markers to checking their robustness in realistic, ecological contexts, and back again.
Date:1 Jun 2022 → Today
Disciplines:Instructional psychology and instructional design, Communication sciences not elsewhere classified