The influence of emotions on decision making is widely accepted and previous research showed that via emotion regulation decision makers can significantly improve their decisions. However, a sound perception of emotions is a foundation for beneficial emotion regulation. In this research project, we investigate the use of live biofeedback—the provision of real-time information about a person’s current physiological state—as a potential feature for decision support systems in online environments.
- ECG (real time)
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- Adam M.T.P., Dorner V., Lux E. (2015). "Using live biofeedback for decision support in the beauty contest game", Working Paper, Heinz Sauermann-Förderpreis zur experimentellen Wirtschaftsforschung