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Torkamaan, H. (author)
Mood, often studied using smartphones, influences human perception, judgment, thought, and behavior. Mood measurements on smartphones face challenges concerning the selection of a proper mood measure and its transfer, or translation, into a digital application (app) that is user-engaging. Addressing these challenges, researchers sometimes end up...
journal article 2023
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Hamida, A.B. (author), Zhang, D. (author), Ortiz, Marco A. (author), Bluyssen, P.M. (author)
During the COVID-19 outbreak, university courses were shifted online and students spent the majority of their time inside their homes. However, staying indoors can affect students’ health due to the exposure to several environmental stressors, such as background noise, and/or inefficient ventilation, and/or insufficient lighting. Previous...
conference paper 2022
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Melman, T. (author), Tapus, Adriana (author), Jublot, Maxime (author), Mouton, Xavier (author), Abbink, D.A. (author), de Winter, J.C.F. (author)
A key question in transportation research is whether drivers show behavioral adaptation, that is, slower or faster driving, when new technology is introduced into the vehicle. This study investigates behavioral adaptation in response to the sport mode, a technology that alters the vehicle's auditory, throttle-mapping, power-steering, and...
journal article 2022
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Tabatabaeian, A. (author), Liu, Sixin (author), Harrison, Philip (author), Schlangen, E. (author), Fotouhi, M. (author)
Recently emerging mechanochromic systems are becoming highly attractive for structural health monitoring (SHM) purposes in various industries, such as civil, wind, and aerospace, to improve the safety and performance of structures. These are based on self-reporting polymer composites which provide a light-weight sensor with an easy-to-read...
review 2022
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Rietveld, T.M. (author)
Continuous affective self-reports are intrusive and expensive to acquire, forcing researchers to use alternative labels for the construction of their predictive models. The most predominantly used labels in literature are continuous perceived affective labels obtained using external annotators. However an increasing body of research indicates...
master thesis 2020
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Kim, D.H. (author), Bluyssen, P.M. (author)
The growing field of indoor health and comfort studies recently shifted from predicting the average comfort and wellbeing of a large population into identifying the needs of individuals in different scenarios. This study aimed to identify different profiles of office workers in the Netherlands who took part in the OFFICAIR study, based on their...
journal article 2020
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Li, J. (author)
With the growth of global population, the big cities become increasingly crowded. It is not rare to see large crowds in public transportations and events with masses of visitors, such as music festivals and football matches. The question “How to deal with crowds” is receiving attention, both from academia and practical crowd management.<br/>This...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Sahebi, Sina (author), Nassiri, Habibollah (author), de Winter, J.C.F. (author)
There are relatively few comprehensive studies on driving errors and violations in Iran, a non-Western country with a high traffic fatality rate. In this study, 712 drivers completed a questionnaire at technical inspection centres and carwashes in Tehran, Iran. Respondents were asked about their demographic characteristics, accident...
journal article 2019
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de Winter, J.C.F. (author), Kovacsova, N. (author), Hagenzieker, Marjan (author)
Objective: It is well established within the traffic psychology literature that a distinction can be made between driving skill and driving style. The majority of self-report questionnaires have been developed for car drivers, whereas only limited knowledge exists on the riding skill and style of cyclists. Individual differences in cycling...
journal article 2019
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de Winter, J.C.F. (author), Dreger, F.A. (author), Huang, W. (author), Miller, A (author), Soccolich, S. (author), Ghanipoor Machiani, S. (author), Engström, J. (author)
We provide a brief comment on the work of Martinussen et al. (2017), who studied the relationships between self-reported driving behavior, registered traffic offences, and registered crash involvement. It is argued that if the number of crashes is small, then the correlation with crashes is also small. Our analysis of the SHRP2 naturalistic...
journal article 2018
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Laurans, Gaël (author), Desmet, P.M.A. (author)
Graphical self-report tools are increasingly used to collect data<br/>on users’ emotional responses to products, yet most of these tools have<br/>only undergone minimal validation. A systematic set of animations was<br/>developed to allow participants in design research and other fields to report<br/>their feelings without relying on the nuances...
journal article 2017
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Kovacsova, N. (author), de Winter, J.C.F. (author), Schwab, A.L. (author), Christoph, M. (author), Twisk, D. A M (author), Hagenzieker, Marjan (author)
This study investigated cycling performance of middle-aged (30–45 years old; n = 30) versus older (65+ years; n = 31) participants during low-speed tasks for which stabilization skills are known to be important. Additionally, participants’ self-ratings of their cycling skills and performance were assessed. Participants rode once on a...
journal article 2016
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Ravindra, U. (author)
Subjective well-being in an office space has been an important topic of discussion. While traditional companies focus on measuring the well-being of an employee by factors like one's salary and social standing, research has shown that factors like the office environment, work delegation and office ethics have more effect on an employee's well...
master thesis 2015
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Jimenez Garcia, J.C. (author), Romero Herrera, N.A. (author), Keyson, D.V. (author), Havinga, P. (author)
Data collection and reflection are considered an integrated process in Personal Informatics to help users take action towards changing behaviour. Facilitating the collection and visualization of large data sets has been a major technical challenge to guarantee meaningful and effortless information to users. However this focus results in a...
journal article 2014
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Li, J. (author), Erkin, Z. (author), De Ridder, H. (author), Vermeeren, A.P.O.S. (author)
Crowd experience is inevitable in daily life. Crowd managers need tools to accurately estimate the psychological aspects of crowds, an important one being crowd emotion. In this study, we explore the feasibility of obtaining a real-time, dynamic map of crowd emotions through self-reporting by crowd members. To this end, a smart phone application...
conference paper 2013
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Rek, M.B. (author), Romero Herrera, N.A. (author), van Boeijen, A.G.C. (author)
conference paper 2013
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Lambooij, M. (author), Fortuin, M. (author), IJsselsteijn, W.A. (author), Heyndrickx, I. (author)
Some people report visual discomfort when watching 3D displays. For both the objective measurement of visual fatigue and the subjective measurement of visual discomfort, we would like to arrive at general indicators that are easy to apply in perception experiments. Previous research yielded contradictory results concerning such indicators. We...
conference paper 2009
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