Behavioral and physiological measurement of connectedness

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Abstract

Currently, connectedness assesment is primarily done through questionnaires. Although questionnaires are good for tapping into the user experience, they also have drawbacks, like memory biases, proneness to social masking, and lack of mental access. Now that sophisticated sensors are becoming cheaper, less obtrusive, and more widely available, this opens doors to more objective continuous measures of connectedness. We explain how nonverbal behavior and physiological properties of our bodies can be exploited to augment connectedness measurements.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Social Connectedness Workshop at CHI 2010, April 10-15, 2010. Alanta, USA
EditorsT. Visser, P. Dadlani, D. Bel, van, S. Yarosh
Place of PublicationAtlanta
PublisherCHI2010
Publication statusPublished - 2010
EventCHI 2010 Social Connectedness Workshop, April 10-15, 2010, Atlanta, GA, USA - Atlanta, GA, United States
Duration: 10 Apr 201015 Apr 2010

Workshop

WorkshopCHI 2010 Social Connectedness Workshop, April 10-15, 2010, Atlanta, GA, USA
CountryUnited States
CityAtlanta, GA
Period10/04/1015/04/10

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