Publications

RECENT ACADEMIC PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS (PEER-REVIEWED)

    2018
  • Evidence That Microinteraction Ecological Momentary Assessment (µEMA) is a Non-Reactive In-Situ Affect Assessment Method

    Kos M., Ponnada A., Pavel M., Intille S. (2018). Evidence That Microinteraction Ecological Momentary Assessment (µEMA) is a Non-Reactive In-Situ Affect Assessment Method (poster to be presented at the 2019 Society for Affective Science (SAS) Annual Conference in Boston)

  • Improving Individuals’ Behavior and State Estimates with Model-Based Data Science and Sensor Fusion

    Pavel M., Li X., Kos M., Khaghani-Far I., Gordon C., Jimison H., Williams H. (2018). Improving Individuals’ Behavior and State Estimates with Model-Based Data Science and Sensor Fusion. Panel discussion at the 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Hawaii

  • Effects of EEG-Based Closed-Loop Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation on Theta Power during a Cognitive Task

    Rampersad S., Orhan K., Kos M., Mansfield K., Marghi Y. M., Sheffield J., Dillard M., Erdogmus D., Pascual-Leone A., Yeung N., Mathan S., Cohen K. R., Pavel M. (2018). Effects of EEG-Based Closed-Loop Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation on Theta Power during a Cognitive Task. Poster presentation at the 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Hawaii

  • NUCoach: A Modular Coaching Platform for Health and Data Scientists

    Khaghani-Far I., Li X., Kos M., Gordon C., Williams H., Pavel M., Jimison H. (2018). NUCoach: A Modular Coaching Platform for Health and Data Scientists Paper presentation at the 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Hawaii

  • 2017
  • Continuous Unobtrusive Stress Sensing using Low-cost Electrodermal Activity Sensor and Vocal Affect Recording

    Li X., Kos M., Navarjun G., Khaghani-Far I., Gordon C., Pavel M., Jimison H. (2017). Continuous Unobtrusive Stress Sensing using Low-cost Electrodermal Activity Sensor and Vocal Affect Recording (paper under review)

  • The Accuracy of Monitoring Stress from Wearable Devices

    Kos M., Gordon C., Li X., Khaghani-Far I., Pavel M., Jimison H. (2017). The Accuracy of Monitoring Stress from Wearable Devices. Poster presentation at the Annual American Medical Informatics Association Symposium, Washington, DC

  • Can accelerometry data improve estimates of heart rate variability from wrist PPG sensors?

    Kos M., Li X., Khaghani-Far I., Gordon C., Pavel M., Jimison H. (2017). Can accelerometry data improve estimates of heart rate variability from wrist PPG sensors? Paper presentation at the 39th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, South Korea

  • Training Executive Functions through Rapidly-Changing Task Contexts and an Individualized Difficulty Progression

    McKanna J., Plessow F., Dillard M., Kimball G., Norton-Ford Almquist J., Kos M., Yeung N., Mathan S., Pavel M. (2017). Training Executive Functions through Rapidly-Changing Task Contexts and an Individualized Difficulty Progression (paper under review)

  • Training Executive Functions through Rapidly-Changing Task Contexts and an Individualized Difficulty Progression

    McKanna J., Kos M., Plessow F., Dillard M., Almquist J., Kimball G., Myers E., Orhan U., Rampersad S., Marghi Y., Cornhill D., Brem A., Mansfield K., Yeung N., Thompson T., Santarnecchi E, Erdogmus E., Pascual-Leone A., Kadosh C. R., Mathan S., Pavel M. (2017). Components of cognition: identifying contributors to learning speed in a game training intervention. Poster presentation at xTech, San Francisco

  • The impact of stimulus features on learning and accuracy in an adaptive category learning task designed to train fluid intelligence

    Kos M., McKanna J., Pavel M., Dillard M., Almquist J., Kimball G., Brem A., Orhan U., Rampersad S., Cornhill D., Yeung N., Erdogmus D., Pascual-Leone A., Kadosh R., Mathan S. (2017). The impact of stimulus features on learning and accuracy in an adaptive category learning task designed to train fluid intelligence, Poster presentation at the Association for Psychological Science annual convention, Boston, MA

  • 2016
  • Investors are more sensitive to information about financial rather than ethical reputation of a company: evidence from an experimental study

    Blajer-Golebiewska, A. and Kos M. (2016). Investors are more sensitive to information about financial rather than ethical reputation of a company: evidence from an experimental study. Economics & Sociology, 9(1), p.11.

  • Decision-making under threat: what determines our engagement in preventive behaviors?

    Kos M., Blajer-Gołębiewska A., Wach D., Pavel M., Gonzalez R. (2016). Decision-making under threat: what determines our engagement in preventive behaviors? Poster presentation at the Society for Judgment and Decision Making annual conference, Boston

  • Information avoidance in financial decision making

    Blajer-Gołębiewska A., Wach D., Kos M. (2016). Information avoidance in financial decision making. Proceedings of the 23rd International Academic Conference, Venice

  • Risk information avoidance: time inconsistency in decision-making

    Blajer-Gołębiewska A., Wach D., Kos M. (2016). Risk information avoidance: time inconsistency in decision-making. Presentation at Economic valuations: privacy, environment, security, and health, Sopot

  • 2015
  • When do we avoid health-risk information?

    Kos M., Blajer A., Wach D. (2015). When do we avoid health-risk information? Poster presentation at the Society for Judgment and Decision Making annual conference, Chicago

  • dentifying predictors of preventive behaviors using a financially incentivized experiment – a pilot study

    Kos M., Blajer A., Wach D. (2015). Identifying predictors of preventive behaviors using a financially incentivized experiment – a pilot study. Poster presentation at the 37th Annual North American Meeting of Society for Medical Decision Making, St. Louis

  • When inducing affective decision making statistical significance may be not enough

    Blajer A., Wach D., Kos M. (2015). When inducing affective decision making statistical significance may be not enough, Oral presentation at the 10th Nordic Conference on Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Tampere

  • Investors are more sensitive to information about financial rather than ethical reputation of a company: evidence from an experimental study

    Blajer A., Kos M. (2015). Investors are more sensitive to information about financial rather than ethical reputation of a company: evidence from an experimental study. Economics & Sociology, 9(11), 11‐22

  • When do individuals avoid potentially life-saving risk information?

    Kos M., Blajer A., Wach D. (2015). When do individuals avoid potentially life-saving risk information? Poster presentation at the Subjective Probability, Utility, Decision Making conference, Budapest