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CMPSCI 590AC 3-3 1 590AC 3-3 Week 3: Lecture 3 Modeling Emotion Effects July 29, 2016
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-3 2 Readings Hudlicka, 2004; Two Sides of Appraisal, AAAI (On B’board) Hudlicka, forthcoming. Chapter 12, Modeling Emotion Effects; Sections 12.1 – 12.5; 12.7 (On B’board)
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-3 3 Optional Readings Hudlicka, 2008; Modeling the Mechanisms of Emotion Effects on Cognition (On B’board)
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-3 4 Homework #4: Due 8-1 (8 am)
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-3 5 Midterm Reminder Take home - open book / open notes Mailed out: July 31 Due: August 8, 8am (EST)
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Assume you begin with the results of emotion generation: An object representing the generated emotion We will talk about how we can model the effects of this resulting emotion
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-3 7 Results of the Appraisal Process: Complexity of the Emotion ‘Object’ fear .90 probability, importance of affected goals 2 minutes (exp. decay) { aggressive dog | owner} “aggressive dog approaching” negative { dog | negligent owner | self } low Other appraisal variables….: Type: Descriptive detail: Intensity: Variables affecting intensity: Cause: Direction: Coping potential: Duration: Valence: Goals affected: { safety of self | safety of dog | delay }
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-3 8 Recall….Factors Influencing Structure of the “Emotion Object” How will the emotion be used? If behavior is influenced, additional factors needed: Cause (“dog” vs. “dog owner”) Direction (“self” vs. “dog” vs. “dog owner” vs. “the entire world” vs. “innocent bystander”) Which theory is being implemented? Which theory is being implemented? If appraisal dimensions are mapped directly onto effects (behavioral & cognitive), need to represent them in ‘emotion object’ Novelty ---> orienting response Certainty [anger, happiness] --> heuristic processing
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-3 9 Outline Outline Overview of emotion effects modeling Theoretical perspectives & emotion effect modeling Computational tasks in effects modeling Building models of emotion effects
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-3 10 Core Processes of Emotions Effects of Emotions (on cognition & behavior) Cognitive-Affective Architecture Situations Expectations Goals Cognitive Appraisal Emotions Generation of Emotions (via cognitive appraisal) Stimuli
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-3 11 Emotion Effects Modeling Modeling effects on expressions & behavior (action selection) directly visible effects Modeling effects on cognition non-visible effects But are eventually manifested via visible effects, such as differences in action selection (we will have a detailed example of this later)
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-3 12 Emotion-to-Expression & Behavior Emotion-to-Expression & Behavior Mappings Mappings Emotion Emotion Facial Facial expression expression Gestures Gestures Posture Posture Behavior Behavior Blah blah blah
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-3 13 Emotion-to-Cognition Mappings Mapping emotion effects onto processes: Attention & Perception Learning Memory encoding & recall Higher level cognitive processing Situation assessment Expectation generation
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