Conference at Dom Square, Utrecht
Please visit the ECDP 2017 at Dom Square, located in the very heart of the city Utrecht, and take the opportunity to network, meet old friends and colleagues, exchange knowledge, and to say hi!
In control of emotions
Studies show that people with anorexia nervosa have reduced facial expressivity of emotions while viewing emotionally provoking stimuli. Researcher Leppanen and her team used FaceReader to investigate this.
Make sure to attend the European Congress of Psychology, since it promises to be a fantastic, scientific interesting and well-organized conference in Amsterdam.
A helping hand
What does ‘nice’ actually mean in relation to psychological variables? And does it positively correlate with self-reported levels of health, happiness, and wellbeing?
Technical demonstration in Seville, Spain
GO-LAB demonstrated FaceReader's amazing possibilities and efficient replacement of manual coding procedures.
Music preference
Many researchers are interested in the relationship between facial expressions and music preference. This is the first study that uses FaceReader to investigate this.
Vienna
Here are six reasons why you should attend the International Convention of Psychological Science 2017 (ICPS) in the beautiful city Vienna, Austria.
Best Reads tablet
As we're nearing the end of 2016 it's time to look back one more time. These 10 blog posts that we wrote during the past year are the best read blog posts on the Behavioral Research Blog in 2016!
The value of facial expression analysis in advertising
José Chavaglia Neto and José António Filipe investigated the effect of one commercial on consumer emotion. They asked consumers to watch this commercial related to a specific brand.
Learn all about gamification in marketing, facial expression analysis, and the difference between self-report, qualitative research, and unobtrusive observations.
What emotions does an author inject into a book?
What should the future of eBooks look like? What more can be added to the eBook experience? Wouldn’t it be awesome if a tune would start playing when your Kindle notices you’re in a melodramatic mood?