Bio

Alwin de Rooij studies how creativity works and can be enhanced. Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, social robotics, and sensory augmentation play a critical role in his research. These technologies are developed to explore the (neuro)psychological mechanisms of creativity in new ways and to develop digital creativity support tools that help people to get more out of their creative capabilities. Next to holding a tenured assistant professor position in Creativity Research at the Department of Communication and Cognition, Tilburg University; Alwin is an associate professor in Situated Art and Design at St. Joost School of Art and Design.

Expertise

  • Psychology of Creativity and Imagination
  • Human-AI Co-Creation
  • Creativity Support Tools

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Recente publicaties

  1. Implementation intention as a debiasing intervention for a bias blind…

    Bogdescu, O., Biskjaer, M. M., & de Rooij, A. (2022). Implementation intention as a debiasing intervention for a bias blind spot among UX practitioners. In Proceedings of the Design Research Society 2022: DRS2022 [6] https://dl.designresearchsociety.org/drs-conference-papers/drs2022/researchpapers/6/
  2. Varieties of Inner Speech and Creative Potential

    de Rooij, A. (2022). Varieties of Inner Speech and Creative Potential. Imagination, Cognition and Personality.
  3. Creative Collaboration with the “Brain” of a Search Engine: Effects o…

    Gozzo, M., Woldendorp, M. K., & De Rooij, A. (2022). Creative Collaboration with the “Brain” of a Search Engine: Effects on Cognitive Stimulation and Evaluation Apprehension. In M. Wölfel, J. Bernhardt, & S. Thiel (Eds.), International Conference on ArtsIT, Interactivity and Game Creation: ArtsIT 2021: ArtsIT, Interactivity and Game Creation (pp. 209-223). [Chapter 15] (ArtsIT, Interactivity and Game Creation; Vol. 422). Springer.
  4. Living with living artefacts: Six concepts for designing user accepta…

    van den Broek, S., de Rooij, A., & van Dartel, M. (2022). Living with living artefacts: Six concepts for designing user acceptance of living artefacts. In Proceedings of the Design Research Society Conference 2022: DRS2022 [42]
  5. Electronic Brainstorming with a Chatbot Partner: A Good Idea Due to I…

    Wieland, B., de Wit, J., & de Rooij, A. (2022). Electronic Brainstorming with a Chatbot Partner: A Good Idea Due to Increased Productivity and Idea Diversity. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence.

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