Geo-EEG: Towards the use of EEG in the study of urban behaviour

Abstract

The scope of this paper is to outline the intellectual framework, and the are of recent and forthcoming research of a doctoral project on the relation of human emotions with urban behaviour. The study of the role of emotions in the city, targets how the environment evokes emotions and behaviour, but also how human emotions influence urban phenomena in return. The elaboration of a method for the fusion of affective computing with urban research now allows the assessment of subjective and collective affective experience and aims to contribute to existing simulation models of urban behaviour.

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@inproceedings{Mavros2012GeoEEGTT, title={Geo-EEG: Towards the use of EEG in the study of urban behaviour}, author={Panagiotis Mavros}, year={2012} }