PPB-Emo: A multimodal psychological, physiological and behavioural dataset for human emotions in driving tasks
Posted on 05.08.2022 - 16:09
We conducted three experiments to collect PPB-Emo dataset. In Experiment I, 27 participants were recruited, the in-depth interview method was employed to explore the driver’s viewpoints on driving scenarios that induce different emotions, and the results were used to develop a questionnaire. For Experiment II, 409 participants were recruited, a questionnaire survey was conducted to obtain driving scenarios information that induces human drivers to produce speciﬁc emotions, and the results were used as the basis for selecting video-audio stimulus materials. Experiment III used the video-audio clips selected in Experiment I and Experiment II as the stimulus materials for human driver’s emotion induction. In Experiment III, 40 participants were recruited, and the psychological data (self-reported dimensional emotions and discrete emotions, personality traits) and physiological data (EEG), as well as their behavioural data (driving behaviour, facial expressions, body posture, road scenario) were collected of all participants in 280 times driving tasks.
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Li, Wenbo; Guo, Gang; Tan, Ruichen; Xing, Yang; Li, Guofa; Li, Shen; et al. (2022): PPB-Emo: A multimodal psychological, physiological and behavioural dataset for human emotions in driving tasks. figshare. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.5744171.v1
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