Browsing by Author "Perugia, Giulia"
Electrodermal Activity: Explorations in the Psychophysiology of Engagement with Social Robots in Dementia Perugia, Giulia; Rodríguez Martín, Daniel Manuel; Díaz Boladeras, Marta; Català Mallofré, Andreu; Barakova, Emilia; Rauterberg, Mattias (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2017)
Open AccessThe study of engagement is central to improve the quality of care and provide people with dementia with meaningful activities. Current assessment techniques of engagement for people with dementia rely exclusively on behavior ...
Perugia, Giulia (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2018-12-21)
Open AccessDementia is a neurodegenerative disease that affects cognition, producing a reduction in thinking, problem-solving, and mnemonic abilities, functioning, preventing affected people to care for themselves and carry out ...
Quantity of Movement as a Measure of Engagement for Dementia: The Influence of Motivational Disorders Perugia, Giulia; Rodríguez Martín, Daniel Manuel; Díaz Boladeras, Marta; Català Mallofré, Andreu; Barakova, Emilia; Rauterberg, Mattias (Sage, 2018-01-01)
Open AccessEngagement in activities is crucial to improve quality of life in dementia. Yet, its measurement relies exclusively on behavior observation and the influence that behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) ...
Perugia, Giulia; Díaz Boladeras, Marta; Barakova, Emilia; Català Mallofré, Andreu; Rauterberg, Mattias (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2017)
Open AccessMotivational and emotional disorders (i.e. apathy and depression) are very frequent in dementia and might greatly affect the positive psychological state experienced during social HRI. We conducted a six-weeks study in two ...
Understanding engagement in dementia through behavior. The ethographic and Laban-inspired coding system of engagement (ELICSE) and the evidence-based model of engagement-related behavior (EMODEB) Perugia, Giulia; van Berkel, Roos; Díaz Boladeras, Marta; Català Mallofré, Andreu; Rauterberg, Mattias; Barakova, Emilia (2018-05-24)
Open AccessEngagement in activities is of crucial importance for people with dementia. State of the art assessment techniques rely exclusively on behavior observation to measure engagement in dementia. These techniques are either too ...