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Mati Mõttus

Lecturer @ School of Digital Technologies at Tallinn University

Areas of expertise:

Physiological and affective computing (psycho-physiological interpretations); interaction design (explicit, implicit, artistic and pragmatic areas of interaction); objective evaluation of states of mind (emotions, stress, mood, etc).

My current research interests are hedonic aspects of human-computer interaction. The focus is two-fold. Firstly, the use of psycho-physiological signals in analyses of pleasure-related human behaviour. Secondly, the design of human-machine interactions based on psycho-physiological loops.

My interest is linked to media studies (and applications) as follows. Extending interactive media via adding a psycho-physiological dimension. This dimension involves provision of social cues in computer-mediated communication.

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