• MEASURING BEHAVIOR 2022
    General session: Methods and tools for measuring emotions
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General session: Methods and tools for measuring emotions

Schedule: Thursday 19th May 11:00 - 12:00 CET Virtual Room 1
Session chair: Jason Rogers, Noldus Information Technology, USA

11:00-11:15  A Tool for Measuring Intuition Using Audio Synthesizer Tasks
Martin Tomasik, IFE Switzerland.
In this paradigm, participants hear a target sound and are asked to replicate it through manipulating the settings of a synthesizer. Since the target tone is generated by a non-linear superposition of up to three oscillators, intuition is needed.

11:15-11:30    Using EquiFACS annotation of video recordings “in the wild” to describe facial expressions of emotionally stressed horses.
Pia Haubro Andersen, Johan Lundblad, Marie Rhodin, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Rashid Maheen, UC Davis, USA
In horses, pain and stress show both facial similarities and differences. This study explore the use of inexpensive camera setups in the field, allowing finely grained analysis of facial expressions during common but stressful management procedures

11:30-11:45    Cancelled
How mask is mask for Parkinson’s Disease?
Xian Wei & Fan Xu. Department of Public Health, Chengdu Medical College.
We recruited 35 Parkinson Disease patients and 26 age-/sex balanced controls to perform the vowel test, while we also recorded their facial expression. FaceReader 7.0 was used to analyze the facial expression changes in the task.

11:45-12:00    Ethnicity & FaceReader 9 – A Fair Face Case Study.
Jason Rogers. Noldus Information Technology, USA.
The goal of the present study was to compare facial images of seven ethnicities contained within the FairFace Face Attribute Dataset in terms of the ability of FaceReader to find and model the face, as well as measure its valence and arousal.