Marco van Hout

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In this paper the development process and validation of the LEMtool (Layered Emotion Measurement tool) are described. The LEMtool consists of eight images that display a cartoon figure expressing four positive and four negative emotions using facial expressions and body postures. The instrument can be used during interaction with a visual interface, such as(More)
In this paper a combined dimensional and discrete emotional approach is introduced for measuring emotions elicited by the visual appeal of websites. An online experiment was set out to measure the emotional experience of twelve screenshots of university websites. By indicating a position on the dimensions of pleasure and arousal, participants were asked to(More)
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