2016 » Papers » Volume 1 » Analysis of human bio-behavior and eye movements correlated with induced positive / negative emotional level
|1. ANALYSIS OF HUMAN BIO-BEHAVIOR AND EYE MOVEMENTS CORRELATED WITH INDUCED POSITIVE / NEGATIVE EMOTIONAL LEVEL|
Volume 1 | DOI: 10.12753/2066-026X-16-005 | Pages: 38-44
In this paper the methodology for assessing interactions between eye movements and induced emotional level was present.
It was found during analyzes the bio-behavior of young people some corresponding changes in eye movements when they are surprised by the positive or negative emotions.
This behavioral change is accentuated and manifests itself on the eye level but also by changing the biomechanical postural stability.
By this research was developed a procedure for evaluating the postural response correlated with ocular motility recordings and facial temperature variations, when subjects were induced them, in separate way, the same positive / negative emotions.
In the first part they are analyzed static and dynamic characteristics of the human body (stability, posture) to establish normal bio-behavior and also the facial temperature variations in normal environmental conditions. Also was analyzed the eye movement and facial temperature variations in the same conditions. In the second part of the paper, the experimental setup and recordings are developed and presented. Experimental tests conducted on a sample of 16 young human subjects, according to the procedure and methodology developed is presented in the third part of the paper.
The paper presents some important aspects of the experimental use assessment methodology and also results on a sample of young people to understand and to correlate the eye movements with the postural bio-behavior during induced emotions (calculus of correlation index in different emotional situation).
At the end of the work are reviewed and analyzed primary results shown, during recordings as the basis for future research.
bio-behavior, eye movement, correlation index, emotional level