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A common phenomenon on the Internet is the appearance of collective emotions, in which many users share an emotional state. Online communities allow users to emotionally interact with large amounts of other users, creating collective states faster than in offline interaction. We present our modeling framework for collective emotions in online communities. This framework allows the analysis and design of agent-based models, including the dynamics of psychological states under emotionaldoi:10.1145/2390131.2390147 dblp:conf/cikm/GarciaS12 fatcat:jlqekjpxgzah7a3g3chfo36o6q