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  Technical Report: Measuring affect in HCI: Going beyond the Individual

Measuring affect in HCI: Going beyond the Individual

Technical Report #:08-10
Author(s): N. Sadat Shami, J.T..Handcock, C. Peter, M. Muller, R.. Mandryk

Abstract

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Abstract
The measurement of affect in HCI research is a challenging and complex issue. Although a number of techniques for measuring affect have been developed, a systematic discussion of their effectiveness and applicability in different contexts remains lacking, especially in social contexts with multiple users. As computing shifts to increasingly collaborative and ubiquitous models, it is important to discuss affect measurement beyond the individual level. This workshop will provide a forum where designers, practitioners, and researchers can 1) introduce novel methods of affect measurement that go beyond physiological and self-report measures, 2) advance our understanding of existing measurement methods and how they can be expanded, and 3) critically evaluate issues of affect measurement.


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