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Wijnand IJsselsteijn
Associate Director

M.I.N.D. Lab, TU Eindhoven

dr. Wijnand IJsselsteijn is a neuropsychologist and media psychologist working, since 1996, on the scientific investigation of how humans experience and interact with advanced media technologies, such as stereoscopic television, virtual environments, or mobile communication services. His current research interests include social presence, connectedness, and awareness systems supporting intimate social networks; haptic communication interfaces; multisensory (audio-visual) interactions; and stereoscopic display quality. He usually - not always - take the perspective of applied experimental psychology when studying these areas. He is specifically interested in how to conceptualise and measure the human experience in relation to media.

He currently works as an assistant professor within the Human-Technology Interaction Group at the Eindhoven University of Technology, where the Eindhoven MINDlab is located.


  • OmniPres Report 2004 [>]
  • Handbook of presence research [>]
  • Towards a neuropsychological basis of presence [>]
  • Looking for mind in the heart of presence [>]
  • Toward a core bibliography of presence. [>]
  • A theoretical construction of Spatial Presence: Current Status of MEC's Two-Level Model [>]
  • Measuring Presence: Critical evaluation and theory-based classification of existing approaches. [>]

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