Saturday, June 08, 2013

Spotted: Influencing visual judgment through affective priming

Your emotional state can affect your performance on basic visual tasks. 


// published on Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems-Latest Proceeding Volume // visit site

Influencing visual judgment through affective priming
Lane Harrison, Drew Skau, Steven Franconeri, Aidong Lu, Remco Chang

Recent research suggests that individual personality differences can influence performance with visualizations. In addition to stable personality traits, research in psychology has found that temporary changes in affect (emotion) can also significantly impact performance during cognitive tasks. In this paper, we show that affective priming also influences user performance on visual judgment tasks through an experiment that combines affective priming with longstanding graphical perception experiments. Our results suggest that affective priming can influence accuracy in common graphical perception tasks.

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