Trust Your Heart: Assessing Cooperation and Trust with Biosignals in Computer-Mediated Interactions

Abstract

This study examines heartrate sharing in the context of a trust-building game. Through quantitative and qualitative analyses, we find that "elevated" (versus "normal") heartrate of an exchange partner is associated with negative mood attributions and reduced cooperation in a social dilemma game. To investigate how specific our findings are to heartrate (as… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2998181.2998286

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@inproceedings{Merrill2017TrustYH, title={Trust Your Heart: Assessing Cooperation and Trust with Biosignals in Computer-Mediated Interactions}, author={Nick Merrill and Coye Cheshire}, booktitle={CSCW}, year={2017} }