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Course lectures:

Four lectures and auxiliary materials from the 2014 Affective Computing course at the University of Waterloo:

Tobias Schroeder and Jesse Hoey Lectures on emotion, affect control theory, and Bayesact.

 

Programs You Can Try!

Affect Control Theory researchers measure affective meanings of different kinds of people, places, and behaviors. They use the measurements to predict the ways that people from a particular culture will behave, emote, and characterize one another. The on-line software below introduces you to Affect Control Theory's  measurements and predictions.

 

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Three dimensions of affective meaning.

bulletCompare the affective meaning of one thing with other things, in different societies.

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Measuring sentiments on three dimensions.

bulletCompare your feelings about some concepts with male and female averages.

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Measuring emotions on three dimensions.

bulletShows how emotions fit on a three-dimensional spiral.
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Impressions from events.

bulletFind our what impressions an event produces, and what emotion explains the actor's behavior.

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Sources of evaluation.

bulletSee how an actor gets evaluated.

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Are you predictable?

bulletCheck whether your feelings are what Affect Control Theory predicts.

 

 

 

URL: www.indiana.edu/~socpsy/ACT/online.html