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Using Mouse and Keyboard Dynamics to Detect Cognitive Stress During Mental Arithmetic
(Springer International Publishing, 2015)
To build a personalized e-learning system that can deliver adaptive learning content based on student’s cognitive effort and efficiency, it is important to develop a construct that can help measuring perceived mental state, ...
Detecting Emotional Stress during Typing Task with Time Pressure
Automated stress detection is important in developing adaptive e-learning systems. Empirical evidence suggests that mouse dynamics and keyboard dynamics analyses can be both effective in user behaviour modelling as well ...
Exploring Direct Learning Instruction and External Stimuli Effects on Learner's States and Mouse/Keystroke Behaviours
A modern Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS) should be sentient of learner's cognitive and affective states, as learner’s performance could be affected by motivational and emotional factors. It is important to design a ...
The Motivation/Attitude-Driven Behavior (MADB) Model in E-Learning and the Effects on Mouse Dynamics
(IGI Global, 2016)
This paper presents the application of Motivation/Attitude-driven Behavior (MADB) model proposed by Wang (Wang, 2007a) in the e-learning context. The authors’ work demonstrates how mathematical models and formal cognitive ...
Continuous Stress Monitoring under Varied Demands Using Unobtrusive Devices
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-07-22)
This research aims to identify a feasible model to predict a learner’s stress in an online learning platform. It is desirable to produce a cost-effective, unobtrusive and objective method to measure a learner’s emotions. ...