These webpages contain theses and reports by students affiliated with the various bachelor and master programmes offered at the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science
the computer science and artificial intelligence department of Leiden University.
Note: this thesis repository might be incomplete for certain programmes.
17 entries found.
|Barbero, G.||Intentionality and Engagement: The Effects of Video Game Engagement on Mindreading Performance|
|Gennip, S. van||What's Going On? An Explorative Study on the Information Processing of Digital Illiterates|
|Horck, S. van||Plant Resonance: The effects of Musical Stimulation on Plant Well-being|
|Hu, Z.||Machine Learning Bias Game|
|Kamp, L. van der||First Person vs. Third Person Perspective in a Digital Memory Palace|
|KKousii, A.||Classification of Borderline Personality Disorder patients from fMRI scans|
|Kolster, A.||Amateurish Detectives or Expert Investigators? Analysing the Use of Sources by Websleuths in Online Case Solving Discussions|
|Koningsveld, M. van||Applying Passive Haptic Learning to Induce Associative Motor Memory within a Visual CRT Experiment|
|Kruijff, J. de||A Set of Tasks to Test Interpretation and Use of Emoji by Children|
|Lopez-Cotarelo Flemons, D.||Psychological Attention Restoration Through the Haptic Experience of Water’s Motions|
|Mira, M.||Extrapolating Lessons for Future Cinematic Virtual Reality Creators by Looking at Current and Past Attempts at Creating Virtual Reality|
|Notenboom, R.||Using Digitally Created Virtual Reality Environments as Stress Reduction During Stress Inducing Tasks|
|Polatoglu, P.S.||Gender and Style Effects in Voice Assistants|
|Reijer, M. de||Calming Pressure: A Study Through Design on Stress Reduction by Deep Pressure Touch Contractions Through Wearable Technology|
|Schreuter, D.||Conformity with Conversational Assistants|
|Stouten, E.||Exploring How Developers Could Include the European Commission's Ethics Guidelines to Strive Toward Trustworthy AI|
|Vilsteren, S. van||The Effect of Mediated Plants on a Divergent Thinking Test in Virtual Reality|