This course is designed to build a relationship between human and computer. In this course, the current situation, as well as future prospects of effect in computing and cognition, will be shown. In this new field, students will learn by the end of the course how emotions can be quantified through behavioral measures and what are the present state of it.
This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.
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Course Credit: Middle East Technical University
|Foreword [Hatice Güneş]||00:05:00|
|1. Neurophysiology of Emotion [Aysen Erdem, Serkan Karaismailoğlu]||00:15:00|
|2. Functions of Unconscious and Conscious Affect and Emotion in the Regulation of Implicit and Explicit Motivated Behaviour [Mark Ashton Smith]||00:20:00|
|Emotional Axes Psychology Psychophysiology and Neuroanatomical Correlates Didem Gökçay 1||00:15:00|
|6. For a ‘Cognitive Anatomy’ of Human Emotions, and a Mind-Reading Based Affective Interaction [Christiano Castelfranchi] File||00:15:00|
|8. Communication and Automatic Interpretation of Affect from Facial Expressions [Albert Ali Salah, Nicu Sebe, Theo Gevers] File||00:20:00|
|9. Facial Expression Synthesis and Animation [Ioan Buciu, Ioan Nafornita, Cornelia Gordan]||00:15:00|
|10. The Role of Affect and Emotion in Language Development [Annette Hohenberger] File||00:20:00|
|11. Understanding Behavioral Problems in CMC [Gulsen Yildirim, Didem Gökçay] File||00:10:00|
|12. The Influence of Intimacy and Gender on Emotions in Mobile Phone Email||00:10:00|
|13. A Scientific Look at the Design of Aestethically and Emotionally Interactive Entertainment Experiences [Magy ElNasr, Jacji Morie, Anders Drachen]||00:20:00|
|14. Bringing Affect to Human Computer Interaction [Mahir Akgün, Göknur Kaplan Akıllı, Kürsat Çagıltay] File||00:15:00|
|15. Affect-Sensitive Computing and Autism [Karla Conn Welch, Uttama Lahiri, Nilanjan Sarkar, Zachary Warren, Wendy Stone, Changchun Liu]||00:15:00|
|16. Affective Games||00:15:00|
|A Philosophical Perspective on Emotions in Human-Machine Interaction [Zeynep Basgöze, Ahmet Inam]||00:10:00|
|1. Review by Cindy Mason [International Journal of Synthetic Emotions, 3(1), 64-69, January-June 2012] File||00:05:00|
|2. Review by Christine L. Lisetti [International Journal of Synthetic Emotions, 3(1), 70-74, January-June 2012] File||00:05:00|
|Submit Your Assignment||00:00:00|
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