The iSensor lab is primarily dedicated to socio-technical research to study trustworthiness and other human behaviors related to cyber security on the web. This socio-technical research approach is based on a social-psychological theory, attribution theory, to model a sensor system, a conceptual framework of trustworthiness attribution which focuses on understanding how anomalous behavior of an individual can be detected by observers. We study how humans attribute meaning of the behavior of others with limited resources, i.e., in text-only, cue-lean environments [READ MORE...].
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|Real or Spiel? is an interpersonal synchronous game developed on Google+ Hangout platform. The players' objective is to identify whether their communicating partner is a saint or a sinner.||Collabo is a group-based synchronous game developed on Google+ Hangout platform. The objective is to solve the puzzles and win the game in the overall competition.|
|Guess Who? is an asynchronous game developed
on a standalone platform. Players deposit their statements into a MySQL database. The database randomly displays other players' statements. The main objective is to guess the gender of each statement author.
|Whodunit? is a murder mystery game developed on a standalone platform. Players will try to identify a murderer by reviewing a crime scene.|
|Cybersecurity Forum is a place where we can collect ideas about online games from the members of the Funhouse.||Turing game is an earlier version of the Guess Who? game. Instead of having computers guess the gender of the speaker, players will tag the gender to the statement. The score of the tagging is instantaneous, and displayed in real time.|
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|Florida State University||College of Communication and Information||National Science Foundation|