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An Emotion Appraisal System Based on a Cognitive Context (인지적 맥락에 기반한 감정 평가 시스템)

  • Ahn, Hyun-Sik
    • Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems
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    • v.16 no.1
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    • pp.33-39
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    • 2010
  • The interaction of emotion is an important factor in Human-Robot Interaction(HRI). This requires a contextual appraisal of emotion extracting the emotional information according to the events happened from past to present. In this paper an emotion appraisal system based on the cognitive context is presented. Firstly, a conventional emotion appraisal model is simplified to model a contextual emotion appraisal which defines the types of emotion appraisal, the target of the emotion induced from analyzing emotional verbs, and the transition of emotions in the context. We employ a language based cognitive system and its sentential memory and object descriptor to define the type and target of emotion and to evaluate the emotion varying with the process of time with the a priori emotional evaluation of targets. In a experimentation, we simulate the proposed emotion appraisal system with a scenario and show the feasibility of the system to HRI.

The Effect of VMD Image Appropriateness on Consumers' Affective, Cognitive, and Conative Responses - Testing Models based on the Emotion-Cognition Theory and the Cognitive Theory of Emotions - (VMD 적합성이 소비자의 감정적, 인지적, 행동적 반응에 미치는 영향 - 감정.인지이론과 인지.감정이론에 근거한 모델 검증 -)

  • Park, Min-Jung;Lee, So-Eun
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.17 no.3
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    • pp.459-471
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    • 2009
  • The purpose of the study is to examine the effect of VMD image appropriateness in apparel shopping contexts. Two competing models are utilized. The first model is developed from the emotion-cognition theory which explains that environmental cues(i.e., VMD image appropriateness) generate consumers' emotion, and in turn, consumers' behaviors. The second model is developed based on the cognitive theory of emotions and posits that environmental cues stimulates consumers' cognitive perceptions of retail environments, subsequently influencing consumers' emotional and behavioral response. A 2(VMD image appropriateness: high vs. low) between-subjects factorial design experiment was conducted. Female college students(n=592) participated in the experiment. Using structural equation modeling the study found that the emotion-cognition model better explains the effect of VMD image appropriateness on consumers' emotional, cognitive, and behavioral responses.

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The Effect of Savoring Belief on Gratitude: Positive Affect and Cognitive Emotion Regulation as a Mediating Variable (향유신념이 감사에 미치는 영향: 긍정정서와 인지적 정서 조절을 매개)

  • Lee, Eun-Sung;Lee, Hee-Kyng
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.18 no.2
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    • pp.520-532
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    • 2018
  • Based on advanced research, this study examined the relations between savoring belief and gratitude, and identify a model of the mediating mechanisms of positive affect and cognitive emotion regulation in the relation between savoring belief and gratitude. For this purpose, savoring belief, positive affect, cognitive emotion regulation, and gratitude were measured, among 485 adults. Using a structural equation model, hypothesis and the patterns of variables was confirmed. The results showed that savoring belief, gratitude, positive affect, adaptive cognitive emotion regulation have the positive correlation and savoring belief, gratitude, positive affect was negatively correlated with maladaptive cognitive emotion regulation. The dual mediation effect by positive affect and adaptive cognitive emotion regulation was also verified. Implications for clinical practice, limitations of the study and suggestions for future researches are discussed.

The Positive Emotion Elicitation Process of Chinese Consumers Toward a U.S. Apparel Brand -A Cognitive Appraisal Perspective-

  • Kang, Ji-Hye;Jin, Byoung-Ho;Gavin, Mark
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.34 no.12
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    • pp.1992-2005
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    • 2010
  • Emotion directly affects consumer buying behavior. This study examines Chinese consumers' emotion elicitation process toward a U.S. apparel brand in the Chinese market. Employing a cognitive appraisal theory, this study proposed and tested a conceptual model incorporating three factors of consumer global orientation as antecedents of consumer emotion and purchase intention as a consequence of emotion. Among the ten proposed hypotheses, eight were supported. Of the three antecedents of consumer emotion, exposure to global mass media and cultural openness positively increased Chinese consumers' appraisals of a U.S. apparel brand. Unlike these two antecedents, the effects of exposure to mass migration on consumer appraisals were found to be non significant. The relationships between appraisal dimensions and positive emotion were all supported. Finally, this study confirmed that positive emotions increased Chinese consumers' purchase intentions of a U.S. apparel brand. Theoretical and managerial implications were discussed based on the findings.

Review on Discrete, Appraisal, and Dimensional Models of Emotion (정서의 심리적 모델: 개별 정서 모델, 평가 모델, 차원 모델을 중심으로)

  • Sohn, Jin-Hun
    • Journal of the Ergonomics Society of Korea
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    • v.30 no.1
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    • pp.179-186
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    • 2011
  • Objective: This study is to review three representative psychological perspectives that explain scientific construct of emotion, that are the discrete emotion model, appraisal model, and dimensional model. Background: To develop emotion sensitive interface is the fusion area of emotion and scientific technology, it is necessary to have a balanced mixture of both the scientific theory of emotion and practical engineering technology. Extensional theories of the emotional structure can provide engineers with relevant knowledge in functional application of the systems. Method: To achieve this purpose, firstly, literature review on the basic emotion model and the circuit model of discrete emotion model as well as representative theories was done. Secondly, review on the classical and modern theories of the appraisal model emphasizing cognitive appraisal in emotion provoking events was conducted. Lastly, a review on dimensional theories describing emotion by dimensions and representative theories was conducted. Results: The paper compared the three models based on the prime points of the each model. In addition, this paper also made a comment on a need for a comprehensive model an alternative to each model, which is componential model by Scherer(2001) describing numerous emotional aspects. Conclusion: However, this review suggests a need for an evolved comprehensive model taking consideration of social context effect and discrete neural circuit while pinpointing the limitation of componential model. Application: Insight obtained by extensive scientific research in human emotion can be valuable in development of emotion sensitive interface and emotion recognition technology.

Emotion recognition modeling in considering physical and cognitive factors (물리적 인지적 상황을 고려한 감성 인식 모델링)

  • Song S.H.;Park H.H.;Ji Y.K.;Park J.H.;Park J.H.
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society of Precision Engineering Conference
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    • pp.1937-1943
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    • 2005
  • The technology of emotion recognition is a crucial factor in day of ubiquitous that it provides various intelligent services for human. This paper intends to make the system which recognizes the human emotions based on 2-dimensional model with two bio signals, GSR and HRV. Since it is too difficult to make model the human's bio system analytically, as a statistical method, Hidden Markov Model(HMM) is used, which uses the transition probability among various states and measurable observation variance. As a result of experiments for each emotion, we can get average recognition rates of 64% for first HMM results and 55% for second HMM results

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Emotion Recognition and Regulation Mechanism in Panic Disorder (공황장애의 감정 인식 및 조절 메커니즘)

  • Kim, Yoo-Ra;Lee, Kyoung-Uk
    • Anxiety and mood
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    • v.7 no.1
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    • pp.3-8
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    • 2011
  • Cognitive models of panic disorder have emphasized cognitive distortions' roles in the maintenance and treatment of panic disorder (PD). However, the patient's difficulty with identifying and managing emotional experiences might contribute to an enduring vulnerability to panic attacks. Numerous researchers, employing emotion processing paradigms and neuroimaging techniques, have investigated the empirical evidence for poor emotion processing in PD. For years, researchers considered that abnormal emotion processing in PD might reflect a dysfunction of the frontal-temporal-limbic circuits. Although neuropsychological studies have not provided consistent results regarding this model, a few studies have tried to find the biological basis of dysfunctional emotion processing in PD. In this article, we examine the possibility of dysregulation of emotion processing in PD. Specifically we discuss the neural basis of emotion processing and the manner in which such neurocognitive impairments may help clarify PD's core symptoms.

User's Emotion Modeling on Dynamic Narrative Structure : towards of Film and Game (동적 내러티브 구조에 대한 사용자 감정모델링 : 영화와 게임을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Mi-Jin;Kim, Jae-Ho
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.12 no.1
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    • pp.103-111
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    • 2012
  • This paper is a basic study for making a system that can predict the success and failure of entertainment contents at the initial stage of production. It proposes the user's emotion modeling of dynamic narrative on entertainment contents. To make this possible, 1) dynamic narrative emotion model is proposed based on theoretical research of narrative structure and cognitive emotion model. 2) configuring the emotion types and emotion value, proposed model of three emotion parameter(desire, expectation, emotion type) are derived. 3)To measure user's emotion in each story event of dynamic narrative, cognitive behavior and description of user(film, game) is established. The earlier studies on the user research of conceptual, analytic approach is aimed of predicting on review of the media and user's attitude, and consequently these results is delineated purely descriptive. In contrast, this paper is proposed the method of user's emotion modeling on dynamic narrative. It would be able to contributed to the emotional evaluation of entertainment contents using specific information.

A Pilot Cross-Cultural Comparative Study on Users' Perception of the Webpage: With the Focus on Cognitive Style of Chinese and French

  • Dong, Ying;Lee, Kun-Pyo
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society for Emotion and Sensibility Conference
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    • pp.157-160
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    • 2007
  • Based on Nisbett and his colleagues' theoretical model "Holistic" and "Analytic" which show the differences in cognitive style of Eastern Asian and Westerners, the author hypothesized that the differences in cognitive style of people from diverse cultural backgrounds may influence their perception and usage of webpage. An experiment was carried out and the Eye-gaze device was used to assist to explore the relationship. The results revealed the relationship between cognitive style and webpage design. different cognitive style results different viewing pattern on webpage. Chinese people are more likely to have a holistic view of the whole page first and then focus on detail, while French people tend to read the heading information first and then proceeding down the page. Chinese emphasized the background as well as the whole look and feel of the webpage more, while French noticed the independent contents and element designs more on the webpage.

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The Generating Processes of Scientific Emotion in the Generation of Biological Hypotheses (생물학 가설의 생성에서 나타난 과학적 감성의 생성 과정)

  • Kwon, Yong-Ju;Shin, Dong-Hoon;Park, Ji-Young
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.25 no.4
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    • pp.503-513
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    • 2005
  • The purpose of this study was to analyze the generating processes of scientific emotion, that appears during the generation of biological hypotheses. To perform the study, a tentative model was set up through pilot test, a think-aloud training procedure was planned and a standardized interview instrument was developed before getting protocols. In this study, 8 college students were selected to bring out protocol through the method of think-aloud, retrospective debriefing, focused interview and observing. As the result of analysis of the collected protocol through coding scheme, 4 types of process for scientific emotion-generating were sorted out. First type was a basic process which was a feeling process in prior to recognition. Second type was a retrospective process that explains the process of retrospect for emotional memory based on the past. Third type was a cognitive process and it explains emotion that occurs during thinking process to achieve cognitive goal. Fourth type was an attribution process and it explains that emotion is generated in the process of attribution for cognitive goal's achievement. These types of process of scientific emotion-generating can contribute the basis for developing cognitive model of EBL (Emotional Brain-based Learning) strategy.