On a daily basis the people at the BMS lab work with the University of Twente staff members and external partners on science and education. Moreover, the core objective of the lab is to aids and support research with the right equipment and facilities. Measuring the impact of the lab is thus aimed at the ongoing and completed projects and learning outcomes. Below you will find a quick summary of our impact in numbers and below it a number of our posts related to publications. If you have any questions, then please feel free to contact us.

PROJECT STATISTICS

230

Completed Projects

49

Educational related projects

19

Ongoing Projects

2016

Active since

BMS lab projects

The BMS lab plays a role in research done in a wide range of settings, backgrounds and academic specialties. This results in cooperative efforts that are often interesting for a wider audience. As such, a significant part of this work is published. However, not everything does. Below is a list we have compiled of some of the most recent research that the BMS lab played a role in. You can contact the BMS lab if you want to know more about the study or methods used.

  • Alvino, L., van der Lubbe, R., Joosten, R. A., & Constantinides, E. (2019). Which wine do you prefer? An analysis on consumer behaviour and brain activity during a wine tasting experience. Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics.
  • van Lier, H. G., Pieterse, M. E., Garde, A., Postel, M. G., de Haan, H. A., Vollenbroek-Hutten, M. M., … & Noordzij, M. L. (2019). A standardized validity assessment protocol for physiological signals from wearable technology: Methodological underpinnings and an application to the E4 biosensor. Behavior research methods, 1-23.
  • Bonensteffen, F., Zebel, S., & Giebels, E. (2020). Sincerity Is in the Eye of the Beholder: Using Eye Tracking to Understand How Victims Interpret an Offender’s Apology in a Simulation of Victim-Offender Mediation. Frontiers in psychology, 11, 835. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2020.00835
  • Dolmans, T.C., Poel, M., van ’t Klooster, J.W.J.R, and Veldkamp, B.P. Data Synchronisation and Processing in Multimodal Research. Proceedings of Measuring Behaviour, 2020.
  • Elzinga, L.A.J. (2020) The green office : The influence of plants at the office, effectuating a more natural environment, on restoration from mental fatigue and stress as mediated by restorative characteristics among office employees.
  • Herrando, C., Jiménez, J. M., Constantinides, E., van ‘t Klooster, J-W., & Slijkhuis, P. (2019). Emotional contagion in social commerce: A neuromarketing experiment. Paper presented at XXXI Congreso de Marketing, AEMARK 2019, Cáceres, Spain
  • Herrando, C., Jimenez, J., Martín, M. J., Constantinides, E., van ‘t Klooster, J. W., & Slijkhuis, P. J. H. (Accepted/In press). Effects of online consumer reviews’ valence on users’ experience: A neuromarketing experiment. Paper presented at 15th Annual NeuroPsychoEconomics Conference 2019, Rome, Italy.
  • Herrando, C., Jimenez, J., Martín, M. J., Constantinides, E., van ‘t Klooster, J. W., & Slijkhuis, P. J. H. (2019). States of mood transferred through OCR in social commerce: A neuromarketing experiment. 4th Emerging Trends in Marketing and Management International Conference, Bucharest, 2019. Best paper presentation award.
  • J.W.J.R. van ’t Klooster and M. Poel. (2019). Sturen en gestuurd worden door een Brain Machine Interface? Door: Ernst Haijtink en Silke de Wilde (red.). In: L.M. van Kralingen (red.) De Lichtkogel ; Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Milieu, Rijkswaterstaat (RWS) [S.l.] : RWS 12-2019.

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The Research Blog

The BMS lab’s engineers, researchers and external partners occasionally write short blogs on their work. These blogs are often inspired by interesting projects, recently encountered challenges or ideas for future research. Subjects include technical instructions, methodological remarks and more.

You can also visit the research blog and view all the articles in the series.

Our latest research

Research conducted at the lab varies widely, both in character and scale. Some studies result in scientific articles, while many do not. Some however, have an especially interesting or inspiring story. They offer something that other researchers can learn from or the lab itself learned from. In this section these studies are featured and described in short articles. Contact the BMS lab or the researchers if you want to know more about a particular stuy.