Wednesday, January 13, 2010

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NewScientist could be used by retailers or banks to detect whether you are logging into your account under extreme stress or duress. It has long been known that the rhythms of a person's typing style are stable over time, leading to suggestions they could be used to verify identity or even

spot early signs of Alzheimer's disease

. But little was know about the effect of stress on typing patterns, so psychologist Mike Dowman and colleagues at the University of Abertay , UK, investigated.

Stress test They asked 35 people to log into a computer 36 times over three separate sessions up to a month apart, using the same user name (abertayexperiment) and password (understandsomething). People were put into neutral and stressed states Alternately by listening to a range of sounds

known to elicit emotions and Particular heard either heard or gentle crumpling paper arguing couples and emergency sirens.

[continue via NewScientist]


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