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As you are, so shall you move your head

Sharmin Akther Purabi, Rayhan Rashed, Mirajul Islam, Nahiyan Uddin, Mahmuda Naznin, A. B. M. Alim Al Islam
2019 Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Networking, Systems and Security - NSysS '19  
Our work contributes in this context by investigating an underlying connection between head movements and corresponding traits and emotions.  ...  To do so, we utilize a head movement measuring device called eSense, which gives acceleration and rotation of a head.  ...  This work has been conducted in Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh. Besides, the authors are thankful to Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3362966.3362985 dblp:conf/nsyss/PurabiRIUNI19 fatcat:ngba22snwbebhadif6alw4lk54


Paul Schilder
1934 American Journal of Psychiatry  
(Patient accompanies this with movements of the tongue to different parts of the mouth.) “To tell the truth, I am friendly. You are Jewish. You are also Jewish. You are Jewish, too.  ...  “I never saw her before, You see so many nice girls in New York you have to know each one better so you have to talk to each other. You will be a difficult professor.  ... 
doi:10.1176/ajp.91.1.155 fatcat:xfomfbodz5dpxf2zw2e53lpoza

Elements of Historiographic Metadrama in Liz Lochhead's Plays: Blood and Ice and Mary Queen of Scots got her Head Chopped off

Adisa Ahmetspahić
2022 Društvene i Humanističke Studije  
in the society, as is the case with Blood and Ice and Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off.  ...  The analysis of the elements of historiographic metadrama in the two plays shows that they are examples of 'herstories' that dismantle male-centered narratives as imposed rather than natural.  ...  But/ recognise that were you are the paymaster, / benevolence is yours to bestow … or to/ take away.  ... 
doi:10.51558/2490-3647.2022.7.1.225 fatcat:w5mjsoisdnfjvmqqtumjafs534

Generating distinctive behavior for Embodied Conversational Agents

Maurizio Mancini, Catherine Pelachaud
2009 Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces  
We also propose a system to extract the movement expressivity of a human user standing in front of a camera. The extracted characteristics are then used to characterize the agent's Baseline.  ...  Your article is protected by copyright and all rights are held exclusively by OpenInterface Association.  ...  Acknowledgements The presented work has been mostly realized in the framework of the EU-IST Project HUMAINE (Human-Machine Interaction Network on Emotion), a Network of Excellence (NoE) in the EU 6th Framework  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12193-010-0048-y fatcat:hd4p2uhyhbbp5aed6r3c3etm4m

Gestural Interconversion and Connotative Precision

Philip Tagg
2005 Film International  
Equally irrefutable is the fact that if you stretch your arm out partially, with your fingertips around 50 cm from the shoulder and so you can gently swivel your elbow, you will find that the range of  ...  ears of corn moving about their own axis as the wind blows across the whole field, or individual blades of grass or wild flowers brushing against your legs as you walk through a summer meadow, or, as  ... 
doi:10.1386/fiin.3.1.20 fatcat:cjlmfobasfbpfnlp3u7kbngmda

A Visual Approach to Poetry Analysis

Shamal A. Hussein
2014 International Journal of Literature and Arts  
The lecturer must engage the entire students, particularly the reluctant students; the technique of visualizing they see the exact link between the text and the images; the images are not alone but images  ...  and symbols, this is what can be seen as one of the significant outcomes of this approach After that, each student can understand the poem via this technique.  ...  Sensory images are like a movie in your head, but if you're just reading words, you won't get a movie in your head, so you have to reread. Sensory images make reading a lot fun.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ijla.20140202.15 fatcat:ga3haax5lzddtfplop3apv4wxa

The language of emotions: An analysis of a semantic field

P. N. Johnson-laird, Keith Oatley
1989 Cognition & Emotion  
But, because emotions are experienced directly, the linkages between experience, concept, and word, are different, as we shall see.  ...  An emotion such as embarrassment is what you feel; a concept is a mental construct that enables you to categorise your experience as one of embarrassment; and a description is a way of putting your experience  ... 
doi:10.1080/02699938908408075 fatcat:ozf4hvju5vd3njn6rjmbf6mvk4

Social Emotions. A Challenge for Sentiment Analysis and User Models [chapter]

Francesca D'Errico, Isabella Poggi
2016 Human–Computer Interaction Series  
Nature, function, and typical body signals of these emotions are overviewed.  ...  The work overviews the theoretical models of emotions mainly used by computer scientists in the area of user modeling and sentiment analysis.  ...  But in admiration you divide the object in two different objects, the whole and a part (trait object), so the entire object becomes irrelevant while the trait object becomes distinguished and comes to  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-31413-6_2 dblp:series/hci/DErricoP17 fatcat:54tbh4pthra4zdjnlxv23obiea

Building technology platform aimed to develop service robot with embedded personality and enhanced communication with social environment

Aleksandar Rodić, Miloš Jovanović, Ilija Stevanović, Branko Karan, Veljko Potkonjak
2015 Digital Communications and Networks  
The robot consists of a wheel-based mobile platform with spinal (segmented) torso, bi-manual manipulation system with multi-finger robot hands and robot head.  ...  The device is foreseen to operate autonomously but it may be also operated remotely from a host computer through wireless communication link as well as by use of a smart-phone based on advanced client-server  ...  The researchers are partially supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany), under the title "Building attributes of artificial emotional intelligence aimed to make robots  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dcan.2015.03.002 fatcat:bzxijcjgdffqfipt67shoroysa

Evolutionary and Developmental Aspects of Intersubjectivity [chapter]

Peter Gärdenfors
2007 Consciousness Transitions  
His second and third levels correspond roughly to my capacities 3 and 4.  ...  Tomasello (1999, p. 179 ) distinguishes between three levels of a child's development: seeing others as agents; seeing others as intentional agents; and seeing others as mental agents.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-044452977-0/50013-9 fatcat:qnkasepblfgp5cs4ykolzcvcby


2021 Zenodo  
In general terms the more outgoing you are as a person, the more you tend to use your arms with big movements. The quieter you are the less you move your arms away from your body.  ...  While a number of major and minor traits are used to describe cultural differences, the most common traits used to identify the level of multiculturalism evident in a given workforce often boils down to  ...  Demonstrate that you are working to create synergy between your cultures with questions.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5515073 fatcat:bmqvhk7xinbffd4xo2hcmmpqwa

Síndrome de dolor regional complejo: Nuevos conceptos sobre diagnóstico y tratamiento

Paulo Henrique Pires de Aguiar, Joseph Buwembo, Debora Sacoman, Camila Amaral Silva, Camila Pereira Barretto, Iracema Estevão, Bruno Camporeze, Renata Simm, Samuel Simis, Chris Ekong
2019 Revista Chilena de Neurocirugía  
If you avoid moving an arm or a leg because of pain or if you have trouble moving a limb because of stiffness, your skin, bones and muscles may begin to deteriorate and weaken. • Muscle tightening (contracture  ...  interaction between your central and peripheral nervous systems and inappropriate inflammatory responses 49 .  ... 
doi:10.36593/rev.chil.neurocir.v43i1.62 fatcat:qm3iivdeofacffgu7cufan4fdq

An Experimental Study of Musical Enjoyment

Harry Porter Weld
1912 American Journal of Psychology  
Another says 'It is the same feeling that you have when you want to throw up your hat.'  ...  (Did you notice any tendency to move your body?) No. (Were you conscious of any of that 'dragged feeling' which you reported on former occasions?) No; I followed the picture all the way through.  ...  'It was like getting out in a summer's breeze, when you feel like throwing your hat into the air.' Fs. 'The mood was a weird and mysterious longing for something.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1412844 fatcat:r6w7qfzd4zhtfmwljfd5o3hjme

Towards estimating affective states in Virtual Reality based on behavioral data

Valentin Holzwarth, Johannes Schneider, Joshua Handali, Joy Gisler, Christian Hirt, Andreas Kunz, Jan vom Brocke
2021 Virtual Reality  
In this paper, we contribute by providing methods and measures evaluated in a user study involving 42 participants to assess a users' affective states by measuring head movements during VR exposure.  ...  We show that head yaw significantly correlates with presence, mental and physical demand, perceived performance, and system usability.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by a project financed by the Hilti Family Foundation in Schaan, Liechtenstein and RhySearch in Buchs SG, Switzerland.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10055-021-00518-1 fatcat:qbzbcylgxfeitfpwpuhdvzo2me

Machine Common Sense [article]

Alexander Gavrilenko, Katerina Morozova
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Algorithms provide tools for a situation analysis, while personal models make it possible to identify personality traits.  ...  The system so designed should perform the function of amplified intelligence for interactions, including human-machine.  ...  This can be exemplified by the questions as follows: 'Do you agree that most people are kind? Describe a kind person. What personality traits does he/she have?  ... 
arXiv:2006.08409v1 fatcat:wmnbkud4dvdibl4fglnmacsita
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