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CHI '03 extended abstracts on Human factors in computer systems - CHI '03
This paper discusses the association of emotions as an underlying component of everyday human-computer interaction. It presents the ongoing work in the design of an experiment to help understand the role that cognitive or appraisal theory of emotions might have in shaping the human-computer dialogue.doi:10.1145/765916.765924 fatcat:4utdesetgjdmhopxwassv4zvuq