James G. Budd

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Positive environmental emotion feedback is important to influence the brain and behaviors. By measuring emotional signals and providing affective neurofeedback, people can be better aware of their emotional state in real time. However, such direct mapping does not necessarily motivate people's emotion regulation effort. We introduce two levels of emotion(More)
In situations where there is a stressful workload or when unexpected things occur, people often find it difficult to regulate their emotions. To assist them in effective regulation, this design utilizes neurofeedback, providing users real-time emotion feedback to augment their emotional states through the use of a tangible interface. The visual feedback(More)
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