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Friedman, D. (author), Brouwer, A.M. (author), Nijholt, A. (author)
In principle, brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) hold the promise for being the ultimate intelligent interfaces - what could surpass an interface that is able to interpret your thoughts and preferences, in real time, and behave accordingly? In practice, it is still not quite clear if and how BCIs can contribute to or replace existing interaction...
conference paper 2017
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Brouwer, A.M. (author), Snelting, A. (author), Jaswa, M. (author), Flascher, O. (author), Krol, L. (author), Zander, T. (author)
We examined physiological responses to behavior of an Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) system during real driving. ACC is an example of automating a task that used to be performed by the user. In order to preserve the link between the user and an automated system such that they work together optimally, physiological signals reflecting mental state...
conference paper 2017
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Brouwer, A.M. (author), van der Waa, J.S. (author), Hogervorst, M.A. (author), Cacace, A. (author), Stokking, H. (author)
While brain signals potentially provide us with valuable information about a user, it is not straightforward to derive and use this information to smooth man-machine interaction in a real life setting. We here propose to predict head rotation on the basis of brain signals in order to improve images presented in a Head Mounted Display (HMD)....
conference paper 2017
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Friedman, D. (author), Brouwer, A.M. (author), Nijholt, A. (author)
In principle, brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) hold the promise for being the ultimate intelligent interfaces – what could surpass an interface that is able to interpret your thoughts and preferences, in real time, and behave accordingly? In practice, it is still not quite clear if and how BCIs can contribute to or replace existing interaction...
conference paper 2017
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Brouwer, A.M. (author), Hogervorst, M.A. (author), Grootjen, M. (author), van Erp, J.B.F. (author), Zandstra, E.H. (author)
Neurophysiological correlates of affective experience could potentially provide continuous information about a person’s experience when cooking and tasting food, without explicitly verbalizing this. Such measures would be helpful to understand people’s implicit food preferences and choices. This study examined for the first time the relation...
article 2017
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Friedman, D. (author), Brouwer, A.M. (author), Nijholt, A. (author)
ACM SIGAI; ACM SIGCHI
article 2017
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Brouwer, A.M. (author), Hogervorst, M.A. (author), Oudejans, B.A. (author), Ries, A.J. (author), Touryan, J. (author)
EEG and eye tracking variables are potential sources of information about the underlying processes of target detection and storage during visual search. Fixation duration, pupil size and event related potentials (ERPs) locked to the onset of fixation or saccade (saccade-related potentials, SRPs) have been reported to differ dependent on whether...
article 2017
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Toet, A. (author), Bijlsma, M. (author), Brouwer, A.M. (author)
We tested the hypothesis that, either through training or selection, military personnel is more resilient to stress than civilians, as indicated by several subjective and physiological measures. In addition, we examined the effect of stress on the perceived trustworthiness of faces in these two groups. Stress was induced in 45 civilian...
article 2017
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Toet, A. (author), Brouwer, A.M. (author), van den Bosch, K. (author), Korteling, J.E. (author)
Cognitive biases and heuristics are pervasive simplifications and distortions in judgement and reasoning that systematically affect human decision making. Knowledge in this area may enable us to foresee and reduce detrimental effects of biases or to influence others more effectively. We therefore performed a literature study to assess the...
article 2016
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van Erp, J.B.F. (author), Brouwer, A.M. (author), Zander, T.O. (author)
The central question of this Frontiers Research Topic is: What can we learn from brain and other physiological signals about an individual's cognitive and affective state and how can we use this information? This question reflects three important issues which are addressed by the 22 articles in this volume: (1) the combination of central and...
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Brouwer, A.M. (author), Zander, T.O. (author), van Erp, J.B.F. (author), Korteling, J.E. (author), Bronkhorst, A.W. (author)
Estimating cognitive or affective state from neurophysiological signals and designing applications that make use of this information requires expertise in many disciplines such as neurophysiology, machine learning, experimental psychology, and human factors. This makes it difficult to perform research that is strong in all its aspects as well as...
article 2015
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Brouwer, A.M. (author), Dijksterhuis, C. (author), van Erp, J.B.F. (author)
Previous studies suggest that physiological effects of mental effort as manipulated trough cognitive task difficulty differ from effects of mental effort as manipulated trough a visuomotor task such as lane keeping in simulated driving. Most notably, heart rate increases with mental effort in the former but not in the latter task. EEG seems to...
conference paper 2015
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van Maanen, P.P. (author), Busschers, F.S. (author), Brouwer, A.M. (author), van der Meulen, M.J. (author), van Erp, J.B.F. (author)
Due to an expected increase in geological voxel model data-flow and user demands, the development of improved quality control for such models is crucial. This study explores the potential of a new type of quality control that improves the detection of errors by just using gaze behavior of 12 geological experts. Gaze is used as input for an...
article 2015
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Brouwer, R.F.T. (author), Stuiver, A. (author), Hof, T. (author), Kroon, L. (author), Pauwelussen, J. (author), Holleman, B. (author)
Conventional road transport has negative impact on the environment. Stimulating eco-driving through feedback to the driver about his/her energy conservation performance has the potential to reduce CO<inf>2</inf> emissions and promote fuel cost savings. Not all drivers respond well to the same type of feedback. Research has shown that different...
article 2015
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van Loon, R.J. (author), Brouwer, R.F.T. (author), Martens, M.H. (author)
Internationally, drowsy driving is associated with around 20% of all crashes. Despite the development of different detection methods, driver drowsiness remains a disconcerting public health issue. Detection methods can estimate drowsiness by directly measuring the physiology of the driver, or they can measure the effect that drowsiness has on...
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Seewald, P. (author), Kroon, L. (author), Brouwer, S. (author)
This deliverable reports the results from the experiments conducted in WP13. Each chapter provides the evaluation and results of the driving simulator experiments and instrumented vehicle studies conducted by each partner in detail.
report 2015
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Brouwer, A.M. (author), Hogervorst, M.A. (author), Reuderink, B. (author), van der Werf, Y. (author), van der Erp, J.B.F. (author)
We are interested in monitoring an individual’s emotions during the reading of a novel. While physiological responses to experimentally induced emotions are often small and inconsistent, being engaged in a novel may elicit relatively strong responses. We analyzed EEG, ECG, skin conductance and respiration of 57 readers reading a complete, yet to...
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Thurlings, M.E. (author), Brouwer, A.M. (author), van Erp, J.B.F. (author), Werkhoven, P.J. (author)
Gaze-independent event-related potential (ERP) based brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) yield relatively low BCI performance and traditionally employ unimodal stimuli. Bimodal ERP-BCIs may increase BCI performance due to multisensory integration or summation in the brain. An additional advantage of bimodal BCIs may be that the user can choose...
article 2014
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van Erp, J.B.F. (author), Brouwer, A.M. (author)
Brain Computer Interfaces (BCIs) rely on the user's brain activity to control equipment or computer devices. Many BCIs are based on imagined movement (called active BCIs) or the fact that brain patterns differ in reaction to relevant or attended stimuli in comparison to irrelevant or unattended stimuli (called reactive BCIs). Traditionally BCIs...
conference paper 2014
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Huggins, J.E. (author), Guger, C. (author), Allison, B. (author), Anderson, C.W. (author), Batista, A. (author), Brouwer, A.M. (author), Brunner, C. (author), Chavarriaga, R. (author), Fried-Oken, M. (author), Gunduz, A. (author), Gupta, D. (author), Kübler, A. (author), Leeb, R. (author), Lotte, F. (author), Miller, L.E. (author), Müller-Putz, G. (author), Rutkowski, T. (author), Tangermann, M. (author), Thompson, D.E. (author)
article 2014
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