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"It's amazing, We Are All Feeling it!" Emotional Climate as a Group-Level Emotional Expression in HRI


Abstract Emotions are a key element in all human interactions. It is well documented that individual- and group-level interactions have different emotional expressions and humans are by nature extremely competent in perceiving, adapting and reacting to them. However, when developing social robots, emotions are not so easy to cope with. In this paper we introduce the concept of emotional climate applied to human-robot interaction (HRI) to define a group-level emotional expression at a given time. By doing so, we move one step further in developing a new tool that deals with group emotions within HRI.
Year 2015
Keywords Social Robotic Companions;
Authors PatrĂ­cia Alves-Oliveira, Pedro Sequeira, Eugenio Di Tullio, Sofia Petisca, Carla Guerra, Francisco S. Melo, Ana Paiva
Journal AAAI Fall Symposium
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@article { alves-oliveira15, abstract = {Emotions are a key element in all human interactions. It is well documented that individual- and group-level interactions have different emotional expressions and humans are by nature extremely competent in perceiving, adapting and reacting to them. However, when developing social robots, emotions are not so easy to cope with. In this paper we introduce the concept of emotional climate applied to human-robot interaction (HRI) to define a group-level emotional expression at a given time. By doing so, we move one step further in developing a new tool that deals with group emotions within HRI.}, booktitle = {2015 AAAI Fall Symposium Series}, journal = {AAAI Fall Symposium}, keywords = {Social Robotic Companions;}, title = {"It's amazing, We Are All Feeling it!" Emotional Climate as a Group-Level Emotional Expression in HRI}, year = {2015}, author = {PatrĂ­cia Alves-Oliveira and Pedro Sequeira and Eugenio Di Tullio and Sofia Petisca and Carla Guerra and Francisco S. Melo and Ana Paiva} }

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