Considerations for Designing Response Quantification Procedures in Non-traditional Psychophysiological Applications (bibtex)
@article{iyer_considerations_2009,
	title = {Considerations for {Designing} {Response} {Quantification} {Procedures} in {Non}-traditional {Psychophysiological} {Applications}},
	url = {http://ict.usc.edu/pubs/Considerations%20for%20Designing%20Response%20Quantification%20Procedures%20in%20Non-traditional%20Psychophysiological%20Applications.pdf},
	abstract = {Psychophysiological assesment in the context of virtual environments is a promising means for benchmarking the efficacy and ecological validity of virtual reality scenarios. When applied to human-computer interaction, psychophysiological and affective computing approaches may increase facility for development of the next generation of human-computer systems. Such systems have the potential to use psychophysiological signals for user-feedback and adaptive responding. As the composition of investigating teams becomes diverse in keeping with interdisciplinary trends, there is a need to review defacto standards of psychophysiological respnse quantification and arrive at consensus protocols adequately addressing the concerns of basic researchers and application developers. The current paper offers a demonstration of the ways in which such consensus scoring protocols may be derived. Electromyographic eye-blink scoring from an immersion investigation is used as an illustrative case study.},
	journal = {Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence},
	author = {Iyer, Arvind and Cosand, Louise and Courtney, Chris and Rizzo, Albert and Parsons, Thomas D.},
	year = {2009},
	keywords = {MedVR},
	pages = {479--487}
}
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