Applications of face reading technology in economics
Face reading technology can be used to track individuals' emotional state in real time. Facereading, merged with experimental methods in economics and psychology, leads to a powerful methodology for understanding individual decisions. This talk provides an overview of some applications of this method to economic decision situations.
Charles Noussair is a Professor of Experimental Economics at Tilburg University. He holds Bachelor's degrees in Economics and Psychology from the Universiy of Pennsylvania, and Master of Science and PhD degrees from the California Institute of Technology. He has held faculty positions at Erasmus University Rotterdam, Purdue University, Emory University, and Tilburg University. He is the Co-Editor of the journal Experimental Economics, and serves on a number of editorial boards of other journals. He is the current President of the Society for Experimental Finance.