Presentation Title

Physiological Responses to Imagery

Presenter Information

Kasi BreenFollow

Advisor Information

Gina Ligon

Location

MBSC 224

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Start Date

6-3-2020 12:45 PM

End Date

6-3-2020 2:00 PM

Abstract

Extremist organizations use online publications in order to recruit and radicalize individuals toward their cause. Within these publications, images are shown along with stories conveying the beliefs and ideals of the group. This study aimed to explore how such images may influence a viewer’s emotional state. This study exposed participants to images of destroyed buildings, taken from extremist online publications. While viewing the images, participant’s emotional states were measured through three forms of biometric data collection and a self-report survey. Biometric data collection was performed through eye-tracking, galvanic skin response, and facial analysis.

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Physiological Responses to Imagery

MBSC 224

Extremist organizations use online publications in order to recruit and radicalize individuals toward their cause. Within these publications, images are shown along with stories conveying the beliefs and ideals of the group. This study aimed to explore how such images may influence a viewer’s emotional state. This study exposed participants to images of destroyed buildings, taken from extremist online publications. While viewing the images, participant’s emotional states were measured through three forms of biometric data collection and a self-report survey. Biometric data collection was performed through eye-tracking, galvanic skin response, and facial analysis.