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PR2: A Language Independent Unsupervised Tool for Personality Recognition from Text [article]

Fabio Celli, Massimo Poesio
2014 arXiv   pre-print
We present PR2, a personality recognition system available online, that performs instance-based classification of Big5 personality types from unstructured text, using language-independent features.  ...  Big5 personality labels are formalized as 5-characters strings, each one representing one trait of the Big5.  ...  The system keeps track of the firing rate of each single feature/correlation and computes personality scores for each trait, mapping positive scores into "y", negative scores into "n" and zeros into "o  ... 
arXiv:1402.2796v1 fatcat:4otndl5cxzhehbykx7can72f4m

The Workshop on Computational Personality Recognition 2014

Fabio Celli, Bruno Lepri, Joan-Isaac Biel, Daniel Gatica-Perez, Giuseppe Riccardi, Fabio Pianesi
2014 Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Multimedia - MM '14  
The Workshop on Computational Personality Recognition aims to define the state-of-the-art in the field and to provide tools for future standard evaluations in personality recognition tasks.  ...  We structured the workshop in two tracks: an open shared task, where participants can do any kind of experiment, and a competition.  ...  In this edition of the Workshop on Computational Personality Recognition, we made available corpora and tools for future evaluations of personality recognition systems.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2647868.2647870 dblp:conf/mm/CelliLBGRP14 fatcat:ef66zvlb6fe2xgtvsg62frdxum

Traditional versus Facebook-based surveys: Evaluation of biases in self-reported demographic and psychometric information

Kyriaki Kalimeri, Andrea Bonanomi, Mariano Beiro, Alessandro Rosina, Ciro Cattuto
2020 Demographic Research  
The Mann-Whitney U test did not show any significant differences, neither for the demographic attributes (see Table 1 ) nor for the Big5 personality traits (see Table 3 ).  ...  Individual self-consistency of personality traits (Big5) and moral dimensions (MFT) reporting evaluated by means of Kendall's tau correlation between an individual's responses on the traditional survey  ... 
doi:10.4054/demres.2020.42.5 fatcat:nlw4imxvdjgpdisjbhzudk5tom

Evaluation of Biases in Self-reported Demographic and Psychometric Information: Traditional versus Facebook-based Surveys [article]

Kyriaki Kalimeri and Mariano G. Beiro and Andrea Bonanomi and Alessandro Rosina and Ciro Cattuto
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Our findings suggest that surveys administered on Facebook do not exhibit major biases with respect to traditionally administered surveys neither in terms of demographics, nor personality traits.  ...  We conclude, that Facebook apps are valid research tools for administering demographic and psychometric surveys provided that the entailed biases are taken into consideration.  ...  traits (Big5).  ... 
arXiv:1901.07876v1 fatcat:eewi7lpxxvdw5enqmxq5whz7xe

Raising Awareness of Conveyed Personality In Social Media Traces [article]

Bin Xu, Liang Gou, Anbang Xu, Jalal Mahmud, Dan Cosley
2017 arXiv   pre-print
We conducted a user study to evaluate the design; users overall found that such a tool raised awareness of the fact and the ways personality might be conveyed through their past content as one aspect of  ...  Users' persistent social media contents like posts on Facebook Timeline are presented as an "exhibition" about the person to others, and managing these exhibitional contents for impression management needs  ...  For this insight, the system processes the words in each post, and calculates the accumulated weights of each word's association to each Big5 trait by using the Big5 modeling module.  ... 
arXiv:1710.04205v1 fatcat:e2lqfbdzdnadxmsnc4x4bzyucm

Modeling the Player

Johannes Konert, Michael Gutjahr, Stefan Göbel, Ralf Steinmetz
2014 International Journal of Games Based Learning  
For personality traits the NEO-FFI (Big5) model is widely accepted.  ...  traits based on NEO-FFI.  ...  RELATED WORK Established Models for Player Modeling with Learner and Personality Modeling In related work the underlying models are briefly described that are used for modeling and tracking player behavior  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijgbl.2014040103 fatcat:53qrcgno25b27gjtjvngeubxya

The Expression of Personality in Virtual Worlds

Nick Yee, Helen Harris, Maria Jabon, Jeremy N. Bailenson
2010 Social Psychology and Personality Science  
To examine the expression of personality in virtual worlds (VWs), we tracked the behavioral and linguistic output of 76 students continuously over a six-week period in the VW Second Life (SL).  ...  Behavioral metrics in SL were consistent over time, but low stabilities were observed for linguistic metrics.  ...  Acquaintances of participants then rated each participant using a Big5 personality inventory.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1948550610379056 fatcat:edkiqxvaprah5j6med2h42dcjm

qgraph: Network Visualizations of Relationships in Psychometric Data

Sacha Epskamp, Angélique O. J. Cramer, Lourens J. Waldorp, Verena D. Schmittmann, Denny Borsboom
2012 Journal of Statistical Software  
In this article, we introduce qgraph by applying the package functions to data from the NEO-PI-R, a widely used personality questionnaire.  ...  qgraph can also be used as a psychometric tool, as it performs exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis, using sem and lavaan; the output of these packages is automatically visualized in qgraph, which  ...  are explained by individual di↵erences in five personality traits: neuroticism, extraversion, agreeableness, openness to experience and conscientiousness.  ... 
doi:10.18637/jss.v048.i04 fatcat:3vwbaymjmjedxjajlk3sxhy7da

Emotions and personality traits in argumentation: An empirical evaluation1

Serena Villata, Elena Cabrio, Imène Jraidi, Sahbi Benlamine, Maher Chaouachi, Claude Frasson, Fabien Gandon
2017 Argument & Computation  
Beside their theoretical value for validating and inspiring computational argumentation theory, these results have applied value for developing artificial agents meant to argue with human users or to assist  ...  For instance, when two opposite opinions are conflicting, this is reflected in a negative way on the debaters' emotions.  ...  Moreover, each participant filled in a questionnaire for Big Five personality traits [26] .  ... 
doi:10.3233/aac-170015 fatcat:4dvoevu4kje27e7qbi3dkn5ozy

Recommendation of Activity Sequences during Distributed Events

Diana Nurbakova
2018 Proceedings of the 26th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization - UMAP '18  
In this Ph.D. project, we formulate the problem of recommendation of activity sequences and aim at providing an integrated support for users to create a personalised itinerary of activities in order to  ...  In terms of psychological profiles, we are focusing on the following dimensions: (1) Orientations to Happiness (OTH) [9] ; (2) Big5 Personality traits (Big5) [4] ; and (3) Fear of Missing Out (FoMO)  ...  Recommender systems are powerful assistance tools in such a decision-making process.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3209219.3213592 dblp:conf/um/Nurbakova18 fatcat:wgis5i7njvgxbmfedtx2hhtqxi

Stress Changes the Resting-State Cortical Flow of Information from Distributed to Frontally Directed Patterns

Soheil Keshmiri
2020 Biology  
From a broader perspective, these results posit the use of TE as a potential diagnostic/prognostic tool in identification of the effect of stress on distributed brain networks that are involved in stress-response  ...  These results provide further evidence for the viewpoint in which the brain's modulation of information is not necessarily accompanied by the change in its regional activity.  ...  (A) Neuroticism (Big5) (B) Worries (PSQ) (C) Tension (PSQ) (D) Trait Anxiety (STAI).  ... 
doi:10.3390/biology9080236 pmid:32824879 pmcid:PMC7464349 fatcat:3cs2nt3g3ba5ppzaugu2czachy

The SocioMetric Badges Corpus: A Multilevel Behavioral Dataset for Social Behavior in Complex Organizations

Bruno Lepri, Jacopo Staiano, Giulio Rigato, Kyriaki Kalimeri, Ailbhe Finnerty, Fabio Pianesi, Nicu Sebe, Alex Pentland
2012 2012 International Conference on Privacy, Security, Risk and Trust and 2012 International Confernece on Social Computing  
traits), along with c) data concerning the general social context (e.g., participants' social networks) and the specific situations they find themselves in.  ...  This paper presents the SocioMetric Badges Corpus, a new corpus for social interaction studies collected during a 6 weeks contiguous period in a research institution, monitoring the activity of 53 people  ...  We also thank Daniel Olguin-Olguin for providing us with the sociometric badges, Marco Milano and Ananya Kundu for their support during the data collection.  ... 
doi:10.1109/socialcom-passat.2012.71 dblp:conf/socialcom/LepriSRKFPSP12 fatcat:fgvkbz2rmfcqfoakqelage27la

Young Adult Unemployment Through the Lens of Social Media: Italy as a Case Study [chapter]

Alessandra Urbinati, Kyriaki Kalimeri, Andrea Bonanomi, Alessandro Rosina, Ciro Cattuto, Daniela Paolotti
2020 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Youth unemployment rates are still in alerting levels for many countries, among which Italy.  ...  Our findings show that there are small but significant differences in personality and moral values, with the unemployed males to be less agreeable while females more open to new experiences.  ...  The Big Five Personality Dimensions (BIG5) personality traits model characterises personality based on five dimensions, (i) Openness to experience, (ii) Conscientiousness, (iii) Extraversion, (iv) Agreeableness  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-60975-7_28 fatcat:wjyqp4aue5d23ehlg6g3hfjo3u

Education for Sustainable Development: How Seminar Design and Time Structure of Teacher Professional Development Affect Students' Motivation and Creativity

Cathérine Conradty, Franz X. Bogner
2022 Education Sciences  
Spearman's correlations of personality with motivation and creativity confirmed the presumed role of Agreeableness and Conscientiousness, while Grade Motivation and Flow were independent of personality  ...  Frequent brief interventions are recommended for attitude change.  ...  Special thanks go to Haluk Soyoglu for project development support. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci12050296 fatcat:qovo3gxzgvg5nn2ypq3rs2eety

Virtually 'in the heat of the moment': insula activation in safe sex negotiation among risky men

Benjamin J Smith, Feng Xue, Vita Droutman, Emily Barkley-Levenson, A James Melrose, Lynn C Miller, John R Monterosso, Antoine Bechara, Paul R Appleby, John L Christensen, Carlos G Godoy, Stephen J Read
2017 Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  
Real-life sexual risk was related to trait positive and negative urgency. Insula activity that differentiated risky and safe MSM was related to trait positive and negative urgency.  ...  Trait-level personality explanations In order to search for possible explanations for the observed differences in Safe-Sex and Risky-Sex groups during SRDs, we examined relationships between participants  ...  The present research adds to the broader picture about personality traits related to different types of risky sexual behavior in specific population groups.  ... 
doi:10.1093/scan/nsx137 pmid:29149326 pmcid:PMC5793727 fatcat:7tbp5cfswvbkxbl3kolfvyjq3q
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