Behavioral Research Blog

Learn about people by observing them

Posted by Jacqueline Martinali on Oct 3, 2016

Everyone is unique; everyone behaves differently. What is more fun than sitting somewhere - on a park bench, at a cafe, or on a terrace, and watching people go by? Postures, movements, nonverbal and verbal behavior - all can be observed.

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Topics: Observation lab, usability lab, psychology, ux lab, Observational research, controlled observations, usability testing

How to use FaceReader in the lab

Posted by Guest blogger on Mar 24, 2016

By Marret K. Noordewier, PhD – Leiden University

Are you interested in using automatic facial expression analysis with FaceReader software in a standardized lab setting? Here are some tips to consider in addition to Leanne Loijens’ tips to optimize facial expression analyses.

 

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Topics: emotion recognition, FaceReader, facial expression analysis, Observation lab, usability lab, emotions, facial expression recognition software

How to build a usability lab?

Posted by Annelies Verkerk on Jan 11, 2013

Usability testing is an essential part of user centered design processes. It is necessary to evaluate prototypes: if designers made wrong assumptions or missed requirements, a usability test is likely to reveal them. Testing can be carried out in a usability lab, or on-site with a portable lab.

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Topics: The Observer XT, FaceReader, facial expression analysis, human factors, eye tracking, usability lab

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