Measuring personality from keyboard and mouse use

@inproceedings{Khan2008MeasuringPF,
  title={Measuring personality from keyboard and mouse use},
  author={Iftikhar Ahmed Khan and Willem-Paul Brinkman and Nick Fine and Robert Mark Hierons},
  booktitle={ECCE},
  year={2008}
}
Motivation -- To measure computer users' personality from their use of keyboard and mouse. Research approach -- Two explorative studies were conducted. In first study a background application was executed on 20 participants' computers to record keys pressed and mouse clicks on an average of eight days. In a second Study 15 participants' completed a programming task in an hour while a background application recorded keys pressed and mouse clicks. Participants were asked to complete the short… CONTINUE READING
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