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Measuring the behavior of laboratory animals
Wednesday 25th August

Enrichment Discrimination Test: A Novel Model of Attention Deficiency in Rats and Mice. Ramiz Salimov, Elena V. Godovikh, Inga G. Kapitza, Alexander V. Ivashchenko. (Chemdiv Inc., CA, USA).

Microstructural Assessment of Rodent Behavior in the Hole-Board Experimental Assay. (Maurizio Casarrubea, Filippina Sorbera, Andrea Santangelo & Giuseppe Crescimanno. University of Palermo, Italy).

A novel conditioning paradigm enables the dissociation between the formations of context- and cuedependent memories of drug reward. Yossef Itzhak (University of Miami, USA).

Automation of continuous spontaneous alternation to increase the throughput for in vivo screening of cognitive enhancers. Optimization of the Ethovision system for Y-maze test in mice. Eric Detrait, Catherine Brohez, Etienne Hannon & Marc De Ryck. (UCB Pharma, Belgium).

Home cage testing of decision-making. Susanne Koot & Ruud van den Bos (Utrecht University, The Netherlands), Walter Adriani & Gianni Laviola (Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Italy).

Trainable, Vision-Based Automated Home Cage Behavioral Phenotyping. Hueihan Jhuang, Estibaliz Garrote, Nicholas Edelman & Tomaso Poggio & Thomas Serre (McGovern Institute of Brain Research, USA), Andrew Steele (California Institute of Technology, USA).

Refinement through better animal monitoring: how behavioural researchers can contribute. Penny Hawkins (RSPCA, UK).

Natural color preference in the zebrafish (Danio rerio). Avdesh Avdesh, Mathew T Martin-Iverson, Alinda Mondal, Mengqi Chen, Giuseppe Verdile & Ralph N Martins (Edith Cowan University, Australia).


Statistical techniques and pattern analysis
Wednesday 25th August

Estimating slope and level change in N=1 designs . Antonio Solanas, Rumen Manolov (University of Barcelona, Spain) & Patrick Onghena (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium).

DyaDA: An R package for dyadic data analysis. David Leiva & Antonio Solanas (University of Barcelona, Spain), Han de Vries (University of Utrecht) & David A. Kenny (University of Connecticut,

The Algorithm for Detection Fuzzy Behavioral Patterns. Valera Vishnevskiy & Dmitry P. Vetrov. (Moscow State University. Russia).

Machine learning techniques for parameter selection and automated behavioral classification.
Dimitris Fekas (Noldus Information Technology), Raymond de Heer, Marco Mellace & Berry Spruijt (Delta Phenomics) & Cajo ter Braak (Wageningen University and Research Centre) The Netherlands.

Using Ideas of Kolmogorov Complexity for studying animal behavioural patterns . Sofia Panteleeva, Danzanov Zhargal & Reznikova Zhanna (Institute of Systematics and Ecology of Animals, Russia).

Ball recovery in the handball tournament of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games: sequential analysis of positional play as used by the Spanish team’s defence . Lopes, António (, Universidade Lusófona, Portugal) Oleguer Camerino (INEFC-University of Lleida, Spain), Anguera, Mª Teresa (University of Barcelona, Spain) & Gudberg Jonsson (University of Iceland).

DataPrism: A Tool for Visualizing Multimodal Data. Adam Fouse & James D. Hollan (University of California, San Diego, USA).

Video Deep Tagging and Data Archiving/Processing in the Comparative Mind Database. George Kampis & Adam Miklosi (Eötvös University, Hungary), Zsofia Viranyi (Konrad Lorenz Inst. for Evol. and Cog. Research, Austria) & Laszlo Gulyas (Aitia International, Inc., Hungary).

Using Postural Control System Measures To Detect Hypovigilance.
Thomas Schnupp, Adolf Schenka, David Sommer, Martin Golz ((University of Applied Sciences Schmalkalden, Germany) and Jarek Krajewski (University Wuppertal, Germany).


Measuring gaze, eye tracking and facial expression
Wednesday 25th August

10:00 – 10:20
Measuring instant emotions during a self-assessment test: The use of FaceReader.
Vasileios Terzis, Christos N. Moridis, Anastasios A. Economides. (University of Macedonia, Greece).

Comparison of eye tracking systems with one and three cameras. Christer Ahlström & Katja Kircher. (Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI), Linköping, Sweden).

Gaze Metrics for Efficient and Safe Operations of Hemodialysis.
Hirotaka Aoki (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan) & Satoshi Suzuki (Tokyo Women’s Medical University, Japan)

Automatic Recognition of Lower Facial Action Units.
Isabel Gonzalez, Hichem Sahli & Werner Verhelst. (Joint Research Group on Audio Visual Signal Processing (AVSP), Belgium).

Facial expression classification based on local spatiotemporal edge and texture descriptors.
Yulia Gizatdinova, Veikko Surakka, Erno Mäkinen & Roope Raisamo (University of Tampere, Finland) & Guoying Zhao (University of Oulu, Finland).

Comfort and acceptability study of 3D devices.
Jean-Marc Diverrez, Dusan Iorgovan, Céline Nicolas, Gilles Coppin (Telecom Bretagne, France) & Alice Naylor (UBO, France)

Eye Tracking Analysis: Application in a Case Study of an Fast Moving Consumer Goods Product.
Emma Lógó, Eszter Józsa & Balázs Péter Hámornik (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary).

Physiological measures, eye tracking and task analysis to track user reactions in ugc.
Aude Dufresne & François Courtemanche (University of Montreal, Canada) Prom Tep, Sandrine & Senechal, Sylvain (Hautes Études Commerciales Montréal, Canada).

Measuring reading characteristics using eye tracking and a context adapting classification system.
Jakob de Lemos (iMotions - Emotion Technology, USA).

DogCam: a way to measure visual attention in dogs.
Alejandra Rossi, Francisco J. Parada & Colin Allen (Indiana University, USA).


Psychological measurements of behavior
Wednesday 25th August

A dyadic approach for measuring and testing agreement in interpersonal perception.
Antonio Solanas, David Leiva, Rumen Manolov. (University of Barcelona, Spain).

Acquisition, translativity and transfer of a matching to sample task under different language modes.
Agustin Daniel Gomez Fuentes, Emilio Ribes Iñesta. (Veracruz, México)

Early social skills as a function of gender: an observational study of children between 3 – 8 years in Andhra Pradesh, India
Mayuri Kandalla & Pavitra Bhat. (Angr Agricultural University, India).

Measuring Potential Cues for Depression in Adolescents. Martijn Balsters, Emiel Krahmer, Marc Swerts & Ad Vingerhoets. (University of Tilburg, The Netherlands).

Microanalysis of emotional expressions in the course of maternal infant-directed speech to twin and non-twin infants.
Theano Kokkinaki & Maria Markodimitraki (University of Crete).

Observing the paraverbal communication of coaches in competitive match situations.
Marta Castañer & Catarina Miguel (University of Lleida, Spain), Mª. T. Anguera (University of Barcelona, Spain) & Gudberg K. Jonsson (University of Iceland).

Temporal dynamics of multimodal multiparty interactions: A microgenesis of early social interaction.
Kaya de Barbaro, Christine M. Johnson & Gedeon O. Deák (University of California, San Diego, USA) & Deborah Forster (MOBU Research Inc.)

Measuring behavioral indices of cognitive processing in children. Linda Phan, Rosemary Meza, Judy Reilly (San Diego State University, USA) & Gwen Littlewort, Marni Bartlett (University of San Diego California, USA).


Studying human machine interaction (1)
Wednesday 25th August

A Method for Remote and Semi-Automatic Usability Evaluation of Web-based Applications Through
Users Behavior Analysis. Ariel Vargas, Heloísa Vieira da Rocha (University of Campinas, Brazil) &
Harold Weffers (Eindhoven University of Technology )

Beyond Usability: A Methodology to Evaluate the Affective Experience of Interaction with ECommerce
Websites. Troy Abel (Virginia Tech USA).

A Framework to Measure User Experience of Interactive Online Products. Katrin Schulze & Heidi
Krömker (TU Ilmenau, Germany).

iHeartrate: A heart rate controlled in-flight music recommendation system. Hao Liu, Jun Hu & Matthias Rauterberg (Technical University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands)


Studying human machine interaction (2)
Thursday 26th August

10:00-10:20 Measuring motor actions and psychophysiology for task difficulty estimation in humanrobot
interaction. Domen Novak, Matjaz Mihelj, Jaka Ziherl, Andrej Olensek, Marko Munih.
(University of Ljubljana, Slovenia).

10:20-10:40 Evaluating Multimodal Human-Robot Interaction: A Case Study of an Early Humanoid Prototype . Gudberg K. Jonsson (University of Iceland) & Kristinn R. Thorisson (University of Reykjavik, Iceland).

11:10-11:30 Measurement of feet-ground interaction for real-time person localization, step characterization, and gaming. Chris Varekamp & Patrick Vandewalle (Philips Research, The Netherlands).

11:30-11:50 Web Based Measuring System For Health Monitoring At Home. Luca Rizzi, Cinzia Dinardo, Nicola Savino & Gianluca Ciullo (CETMA Consortium, Italy).

11:50-12:10 Towards the Use of Psychological Variables in User Profiling. Ricardo Luiz & Marilia Felismino (Edifício YDreams, Portugal), Marta Castela & Pedro Marques (Alameda da Universidade, Portugal)

12:10-12:30 MAESTRO: Orchestrating User Behavior Driven and Context Triggered Experience Sampling. Alexander Meschtscherjakov, Wolfgang Reitberger & Manfred Tscheligi (University of Salzburg, Austria)


Tracking and the analysis of motion
Friday 27th August Thursday 26th August

10:00-10:20 Multi-Method Analysis of the Relationship between Individual’s Space-Time Behavior, Built Environment and the Evolution of Cognitive Representations: Application of Tracking Technologies and Internet Surveys. Anastasia Moiseeva & Harry Timmermans (Eindhoven University
of Technology, The Netherlands).

10:20-10:40 Appraising the aesthetics of human movement: An application to contemporary dance
using a motion capture system . Marta Castañer, Carlota Torrents, Gaspar Morey & Toni Jofre (INESCOP, Spain) & M. Teresa Anguera (University of Barcelona, Spain).

11:10-11:30 Using Motion Sensing to Study Human Computer Interaction in Hospital Settings.
Katherine Sellen & Mark Chignel (University of Toronto, Canada), Sharon Straus (Micheal's Hospital, Canada), Jeannie Callum (Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center, Canada), Jacob Pendergrast (University
Health Network, Toronto, Canada).

11:30-11:50 A high-resolution system for recording the daily and lifetime behavioral and movement patterns of individual Tephritid fruit flies.
James Carey, H.-G. Müller & J.-L. Wang (University of California Davis, USA), S. Zou (National Institute on Aging, USA), P. Liedo (El Colegio de al Frontera SurTapachula, Mexico), Leopoldo Robles & Leopoldo Altamirano (National Institute for Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics, Mexico), Donald Ingram (Louisiana State University, USA), & N. Papadopoulos (University of Thessaly Greece).

11:50-12:10 Identification of vertical and horizontal movement patterns in cod behavior. Gudberg K. Jonsson (University of Iceland), Vilhjalmur Thorsteinsson (The Marine Research Institute, Iceland) & Gunnar Gudni Tomasson (Reykjavik University, Iceland).

12:10-12:30 Measuring 3D Arm Movements for Activities of Daily Living. Thomas Haslwanter & Jürgen Waldhör (Upper Austria University of Applied Sciences).


Human behavior in the urban environment; measurements in the field and realistic situations 
Friday 27th August

10:00-10:20 Review of Real-time Visual Driver Distraction Detection Algorithms. Christer Ahlström & Katja Kircher (Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute, VTI).

10:20-10:40 Using semi-automated shadowing for analysing stress-induced spatio-temporal behaviour patterns of passengers in public transport infrastructures. Alexandra Millonig & Gudrun Maierbrugger. Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria.

11:10-11:30 Assessment of aging effects on drivers’ perceptual and behavioral responses using subjective ratings and pressure measures. Gyouhyung Kyung (UNIST, Korea) & Maury A. Nussbaum (Virginia Tech, USA).

11:30-11:50 Applying non-linear dynamics features for speech-based fatigue detection.
Jarek Krajewski1, David Sommer2, Thomas Schnupp2, Tom Laufenberg1, Christian Heinze2, Martin Golz2
(1 University of Wuppertal, Germany), (2 University of Applied Sciences Schmalkalden, Germany)

11:50-12:10 Detecting Fatigue from Steering Behaviour Applying Continuous Wavelet Transform.
Jarek Krajewski1, Martin Golz2, Sebastian Schnieder1, Thomas Schnupp2, Christian Heinze2, David Sommer2
(1 University of Wuppertal, Germany), (2 University of Applied Sciences Schmalkalden, Germany)

12:10-12:30 Creating a Richer Data Source for 3D Pedestrian Flow Simulations in Public Transport.
Veronika Egger (is-design, Austria), Helmut Schrom-Feiertag & Gregory Telepak (Austrian Institute of Technology) & Lisa Ehrenstrasser (inklusiv design, Austria).

12:30-12:50 Identifying operators monitoring appropriately. Dietrich Grasshoff, Catrin Hasse, Hinnerk Eißfeldt & Carmen Bruder (German Aerospace Center, Germany).

14:00 – 14:20 A Detailed Analysis of Eating Behaviour. Ioannis Ioakeimidis, Per Södersten & Modjtaba Zandian (Karolinska Institute, Sweden).

14:20-14:40 Field Measurement Protocol for Team Communication: A Study of Medical Rehabilitation Team Interaction. Bálázs Péter Hámornik & Márta Juhász (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary), Ildikó Vén (National Institute for Medical Rehabilitation,

14:40-15:00 Measuring Professional Teams’ Information Sharing Behaviour. Juliánna Katalin Soós, Márta Juhász, & Balázs Péter Hámornik. Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Hungary).

15:00-15:20 Child-Activity Recognition from Multi-Sensor Data. Sabri Boughorbel

15:20-15:40 Studying media usage in the living room by measuring Infrared Signals. Thomas Mirlacher (IRIT – ICS, France), Thomas Fischer & Regina Bernhaupt (ruwido research, Austria).

15:40-16:00 Optimization of User Satisfaction on an Augmented Reality Based Guided Tour. Marília Felismino & Ricardo Luiz (Edifício YDreams, Portugal), Marta Castela & Pedro Marques (Alameda da Universidade, Portugal).