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Live Biofeedback in Electronic Markets

Live Biofeedback in Electronic Markets

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.

Contact Information

Ewa Lux

Measures

  • ECG (real time)

Publications

  • Lux E., Hawlitschek F., Adam M.T.P., Pfeiffer J. (2015). "'Using live biofeedback for decision support: Investigating influences of emotion regulation in financial decision making", ECIS 2015 Proceedings
  • 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