Human and machine validation of 14 databases of dynamic facial expressions
With a shift in interest toward dynamic expressions, numerous corpora of dynamic facial stimuli have been developed over the past two decades. The present research aimed to test existing sets of dynamic facial expressions (published between 2000 and 2015) in a cross-corpus validation effort. For this, 14 dynamic databases were selected that featured facial expressions […]
Value co-creation in sustainable tourism: A service-dominant logic approach
To mainstream sustainability, we need to understand the value gained from sustainability by users. We apply a user-centered design methodology to develop an agile, iterative, incremental, and reflexive process to understand the sustainability value proposition for Lufthansa City Center travel agents. We analyse the failure of sustainability communications within the online platforms used by these […]
The Effects of Ethnically Congruent Music on Eye Movements and Food Choice—A Cross-Cultural Comparison between Danish and Chinese Consumers
Musical fit refers to the congruence between music and attributes of a food or product in context, which can prime consumer behavior through semantic networks in memory. The vast majority of research on this topic dealing with musical fit in a cultural context has thus far been limited to monocultural groups in field studies, where […]
Fielding hilarity: sensing the affective intensities of comedy education and performance
This article explores the affective dimensions of comedy education and performance through workshops with undergraduate acting students in Manchester, UK. Drawing on Suzanne Langer’s process philosophy and recent research in affect studies, the authors compose complex mappings of affective intensity as it circulates through stand-up comedic performances, using new empirical methods to combine ethnographic accounts […]
The effectiveness of online cause-related marketing message framing on hotel brand evaluation
This study aims to examine the interaction effect between advertising message framing (promotion-framed vs. prevention-framed) strategy and brand reputation (high vs. low) on consumers’ brand evaluation (brand attitude, word-of-mouth, purchase intention) in the context of CRM in the hotel industry. Employing a multiple quantitative methods approach with two experimental studies, data were collected through a […]
Determining Consumer Preferences for Floral Design Elements
Floral designers have long been taught that the most important attributes of a floral design are the elements of line, color, texture, pattern, form, space, and size. Yet, little formal research has been conducted to determine which of these design elements are truly important to consumers and drive their purchasing behavior. This project, co-funded by […]
Performance Estimation using Deep Learning Based Facial Expression Analysis
Transactions of the Korean Nuclear Society Virtual Spring Meeting July 9-10, 2020 Scientists now widely accept that it is important for nuclear accident analysis to consider human error in addition to the failure of safety device. Investigating human factors in nuclear accidents is a continuing concern within the field of nuclear safety and human engineering. […]
Dermal Fat Grafting to Reconstruct the Parotidectomy Defect Normalizes Facial Attention
Abstract Objectives/Hypothesis Use validated eye‐tracking technology to objectively measure 1) the attentional distraction of facial contour defects after superficial and total parotidectomy and 2) changes in attentional distraction with abdominal dermal fat graft reconstruction. A Tobii Pro X3 eye-tracking camera system (120 Hz) and iMotions Biometric Research Platform software version 7.1.14670.18 were used to objectively […]
Impact of mainstream classroom setting on attention of children with autism spectrum disorder: an eye-tracking study
It has long been reported that children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) exhibit attention difficulties while learning. They tend to focus on irrelevant information and can easily be distracted. As a result, they are often confined to a one-to-one teaching environment, with fewer distractions and social interactions than would be present in a mainstream educational […]
Rational, emotional, and attentional models for recommender systems
This work analyses the decision‐making process underlying choice behaviour. First, neural and gaze activity were recorded experimentally from different subjects performing a choice task in a Web Interface. Second, choice models and ensembles were fitted using rational, emotional, and attentional features. The model’s predictions were evaluated in terms of their accuracy and rankings were made […]
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