NotiMind: Utilizing Responses to Smart Phone Notifications as Affective Sensors

@article{Kanjo2017NotiMindUR,
  title={NotiMind: Utilizing Responses to Smart Phone Notifications as Affective Sensors},
  author={Eiman Kanjo and D. Kuss and C. Ang},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2017},
  volume={5},
  pages={22023-22035}
}
  • Eiman Kanjo, D. Kuss, C. Ang
  • Published 2017
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Access
  • Today’s mobile phone users are faced with large numbers of notifications on social media, ranging from new followers on Twitter and emails to messages received from WhatsApp and Facebook. These digital alerts continuously disrupt activities through instant calls for attention. This paper examines closely the way everyday users interact with notifications and their impact on users’ emotion. Fifty users were recruited to download our application NotiMind and use it over a five-week period. Users… CONTINUE READING

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