Capturing emotion reactivity through physiology measurement as a foundation for affective engineering in engineering design science and engineering practices

@article{Balters2017CapturingER,
  title={Capturing emotion reactivity through physiology measurement as a foundation for affective engineering in engineering design science and engineering practices},
  author={Stephanie Balters and Martin Steinert},
  journal={J. Intelligent Manufacturing},
  year={2017},
  volume={28},
  pages={1585-1607}
}
This paper presents the theoretical and practical fundamentals of using physiology sensors to capture human emotion reactivity in a products or systems engineering context.We aim to underline the complexity of regulating (internal and external) effects on the human body and highly individual physiological (emotion) responses and provide a starting point for engineering researchers entering the field. Although great advances have beenmade in scenarios involving human-machine interactions, the… CONTINUE READING

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