Emotions and heart rate while sitting on a chair

@inproceedings{Anttonen2005EmotionsAH,
  title={Emotions and heart rate while sitting on a chair},
  author={Jenni Anttonen and Veikko Surakka},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2005}
}
New methods for unobtrusive monitoring of computer users' emotion psychophysiology are very much needed in human-computer interaction research. The present aim was to study heart rate changes during emotionally provocative stimulation. Six-second long auditory, visual, and audiovisual emotionally negative, neutral, and positive stimuli were presented to 24 participants. Heart rate responses were measured with a regular office chair embedded with electromechanical film (the EMFi chair) and with… CONTINUE READING
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