Sandra H. Budde
I am a doctoral researcher and work for the project AFFECT & PVS within the Cognitive Systems Research group in close cooperation with the group of Cognitive Neuroinformatics.
My work focuses on measuring affective physiological responses of people suffering from persistent vegetative state (PVS). With respect to this, I am especially interested the timing of physiological responses like heart rate and skin conductance in contrast to pure vegetative reflexes.
In my Ph.D. thesis I apply my findings about affective physiological responses for monitoring affect in a problem solving task.
affect detection, physiological responses (heart rate & skin conductance) of human affect, sequential problem solving
AFFECT & MASTERMIND: I investigate whether or not affective physiological responses are characteristics of human problem solving performance. During my research I use a Mastermind game setting to monitor human problem solving behavior.
since 2010 SFB/TR 8 project R1-[ImageSpace]
|Previous & Current Work||
Jan 2010 - May 2012 R1, AFFECT & Mastermind (Ph.D. project)
Cognitive Systems (SoSe 2011)
Aspekte der Technikgestaltung für ältere Menschen (Symposium on KogWis 2008)
since Jan 2007 Research and Teaching Assistant, University of Bremen