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1 Unobtrusive multimodal emotion detection in adaptive interfaces: speech and facial expressions
article 2007    
Author: Truong, K.P. · Leeuwen, D.A. van · Neerincx, M.A.
Keywords: Emotion detection · Emotion recognition · Classification · Speech · Facial expression · Emotion database
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2 Measuring cooking experience implicitly and explicitly: Physiology, facial expression and subjective ratings
article 2019    
Author: Brouwer, A.M. · Hogervorst, M.A. · Erp, J.B.F. van · Grootjen, M. · Dam, E. van · Zandstra, E.H.
Keywords: Cooking · EEG · Electrodermal · Emotion · Facial expression · Food preparationHeart rate · Physiology
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3 Monitoring mental state during real life office work
article 2018    
Author: Brouwer, A.M. · Water, L. van de · Hogervorst, M.A. · Kraaij, W. · Schraagen, J.M.C. · Hogenelst, K.
Keywords: Emotion · Affective computing · Heart rate · Facial expression · Ecological momentary assessment · Experience sampling · Privacy · Artificial intelligence · Computer science · Computers · Data privacy
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4 Child’s perception of robot’s emotions: effects of platform, context and experience
article 2014    
Author: Cohen, I. · Looije, R. · Neerincx, M.A.
Keywords: Robotics · Affective body posture · Children · Emotions · Facial expression · Persuasive technology · Social robots · Human Performances · PCS - Perceptual and Cognitive Systems · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences
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5 The influence of mental fatigue on facial EMG activity during a simulated workday
article 2003    
Author: Veldhuizen, I.J.T. · Gaillard, A.W.K. · Vries, J. de
Keywords: Biology · fatigue · facial expressions · emotions · questionnaires · Emotional exhaustion · Facial EMG activity · Fatigue · Questionnaires · adult · article · controlled study · dysthymia · electromyogram · face muscle · female · human · human experiment · job performance · male · mobilization · normal human · priority journal · questionnaire · simulation · working time · Adult · Electromyography · Facial Expression · Facial Muscles · Female · Humans · Male · Mental Fatigue · Questionnaires · Time Factors
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6 Neonatal Facial Coding System for Assessing Postoperative Pain in Infants: Item Reduction is Valid and Feasible
article 2003    
Author: Peters, J.W.B. · Koot, H.M. · Grunau, R.E. · Boer, J. de · Druenen, M.J. van · Tibboel, D. · Duivenvoorden, H.J.
Keywords: Facial action · Pain measurement · Postoperative pain · Body movement · Child · Clinical article · Crying · Feasibility study · Newborn period · Nonverbal communication · Pain · Pain assessment · Patient coding · Postoperative pain · Prospective study · Risk assessment · Validation process · Visual analog scale · Blood Pressure · Catecholamines · Facial Expression · Female · Heart Rate · Humans · Infant · Infant, Newborn · Male · Morphine · Outcome Assessment (Health Care) · Pain Measurement · Pain, Postoperative · Postoperative Care · Prospective Studies · Psychological Tests · Reproducibility of Results · Videotape Recording
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