Using fNIRS and ECG to Measure Cognitive Workload and Emotion as Passive Input.

Jenkins, Andrew M.

2014

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  • Abstract: This study examines the potential use of functional near­infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS), a measure of brain activity, and electrocardiogram (ECG), a measure of heart rate, as physiological sensors that can determine a user’s cognitive workload and emotional valence. Eight participants wore both sensors simultaneously, and completed two tasks. In one task, they performed a working memory t... read more
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