Identifying Emotion through Implicit and Explicit Measures: Cultural Differences, Cognitive Load, and Immersion

T. Affective Computing, no. 2 (2012): 199-210

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Measures of emotion should accurately characterize the nature of an emotional experience and determine whether that experience is universal or unique to a subgroup or culture. We investigated the value of assessing emotion through skin conductance (an easy-to-interpret physiological measure) and sliders (frequently used and direct measure...More

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