Tutorial Video: Overview of Noldus FaceReader 5

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EILab, UOIT, CanadaThe following is a basic introduction to Noldus FaceReader and the research on which it is based. FaceReader is a sophisticated software application available in the EILab, Faculty of Education, UOIT. It is an advanced tool for automatic analysis of facial expressions, providing users with an computer-generated assessment of a person’s emotion. It automatically identifies the expressions: happy, sad, angry, surprised, scared, disgusted, contempt, and neutral. These are the so-called “basic emotions,” a construct developed by Eckman. (See references below.)


Tutorial Video: FaceReader 5

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00 FaceReader allows you to record a video of your test participant
0:03 during a live analysis FaceReader is used in a wide range of research disciplines
0:09 including market research consumer, behavior studies
0:12 psychology, educational research, and human-computer interaction


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