Publications


Book Chapters


Computational Modeling of Cognition‐Emotion Interactions: Theoretical and Practical Relevance for Behavioral Healthcare. To appear in Handbook of Affective Sciences in Human Factors and HCI , Myounghoon Jeon, ed. Waltham MA: Elsevier (in press).

Emotion Appraisal Engines for Games. (Joost Broekens, Eva Hudlicka, Rafael Bidarra). In Emotion in Games: Theory and Praxis . Kostas Karpouzis and Georgios Yannakakis, eds., Springer International Publishing Switzerland. (2016).

Virtual Companions, Coaches, and Therapeutic Games in Psychotherapy. In Artificial Intelligence in Mental Healthcare , D.D. Luxton, ed. Waltham, MA: Academic Press / Elsevier. (2016).

From Habits to Standards: Towards Systematic Design of Emotion Models and Affective Architectures. In Towards pragmatic computational models of affective processes , Tibor Bosse, Joost Broekens, Joao Dias, Janneke van der Zwaan, eds. LNAI 8750, pp. 1-21. Springer. (2015).

Why and How to Build Emotion-Based Agent Architectures (Christine Lisetti, Eva Hudlicka). In The Oxford Handbook of Affective Computing , R.A. Calvo, S. D'Mello, J. Gratch, A. Kappas. NY, NY: Oxford University Press. (2015).

Computational Analytical Framework for Affective Modeling: Towards Guidelines for Designing Computational Models of Emotions. In Synthesizing Human Emotion in Intelligent Systems and Robotics , Jordi Vallverdú, ed. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. (2015).

Virtual Empathic Coaches and Serious Therapeutic Games in Psychotherapy. In Field Guide to Evidence-Based, Technology Careers in Behavioral Health: Professional Career Opportunities for the 21st Century , M.M. Maheu, K. Drude & S. Wright, eds. NY, NY: Springer. (2015).

Affective Gaming in Education, Training and Therapy: Motivation, Requirements, Techniques. In Handbook of Research on Improving Learning and Motivation through Educational Games: Multidisciplinary Approaches, P. Felicia, ed. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. (2011).

Review of Cognitive-Affective Architectures. In Organizational Modeling: From Individuals to Societies, G. Zacharias, J. McMillan, and S. Van Hemel, eds. Washington, DC: National Academies Press. (2008)

Review of Cognitive Architectures. In Organizational Modeling: From Individuals to Societies, G. Zacharias, J. McMillan, and S. Van Hemel, eds. Washington, DC: National Academies Press. (2008)

Review of Expert Systems. In Organizational Modeling: From Individuals to Societies, G. Zacharias, J. McMillan, and S. Van Hemel, eds. Washington, DC: National Academies Press. (2008)

Reasons for Emotions. In Advances in Cognitive Models and Cognitive Architectures, W. Gray, (ed.). NY: Oxford University Press. (2007).

Requirements and Approaches for Modeling Individuals within Organizational Simulations (with G. Zacharias). In Organizational Simulation, W.B. Rouse and K.R. Boff, (Eds.) (2005)

Modeling Effects of Emotion and Personality on Political Decision-Making: Application to International Conflict Prevention and Resolution. In Programming for Peace: Computer-Aided Methods for International Conflict Resolution and Prevention, R. Trappl (Ed.). Dordrecht, NL: Kluwer Academic Publishers. (2005)

Increasing Socially-Intelligent Architecture Realism by Modeling and Adapting to Affect and Personality. In Multiagent Systems, Artificial Societies, and Simulated Organizations (K. Dautenhahn, A.H. Bond, L. Canamero, B. Edmonds, eds.). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers. (2002)

Beyond Cognitive Engineering: Assessing User Affect and Belief States to Implement Adaptive Pilot-Vehicle Interaction (with M. McNeese). In M. McNeese, & M.A. Vidulich, (eds.) Cognitive Systems Engineering in Military Aviation Environments. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Human Systems Information Analysis Center. (2002)

Modeling Problem Solving Behavior. In Systems and Control Encyclopedia, Oxford, UK: Pergamon Press Ltd. (1989)


Papers


Contemporary Emotion Research and its Relevance for Clinical Practice, Massachusetts NASW Chapter, FOCUS Magazine. (Short course – continuing education). (January 2016).

Affective BICA: Challenges and Open Questions. Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures, 7, 98-125, 2014.

Review of "Consciousness and Robot Sentience" by Pentti O.A. Haikonen. Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific Publishing, 2012. International Journal of Machine Consciousness , 6(1), 1-11. 2014.

Rainer Reisenzein, Eva Hudlicka, Mehdi Dastani, Jonathan Gratch, Koen V. Hindriks, Emiliano Lorini, John-Jules Ch. Meyer: Computational Modeling of Emotion: Toward Improving the Inter- and Intradisciplinary Exchange. IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing , 4(3): 246-266, 2013.

Virtual Training and Coaching of Health Behavior: Example from Mindfulness Meditation Training. Patient Education and Counseling, 92(2), 160-166, 2013.

Guidelines for Developing Computational Models of Emotions. International Journal of Synthetic Emotions, 2(1), 2012.

Mindfulness Training and Coaching via Virtual Synthetic Characters, 16th CyberTherapy & CyberPsychology Conference, Universite du Quebec en Outaouais, Quebec, Canada, June 2011.

Virtual Coach for Mindfulness Meditation Training. In Proceedings of AAAI Spring Symposium on "AI and Health Communication", Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA. March 2011.

Anxiety and Selective Attention to Threat in Tactical Decision-Making, (with G. Matthews, A.R. Panganiban). Personality and Individual Differences, 50 (7), 949-954. 2011.

Modeling Cultural and Personality Biases in Decision-Making. In Proceedings of the 1st Intl. Conference on Cross-Cultural Decision-Making, Miami, FL, July, 2010.

Challenges in Developing Computational Models of Emotion and Consciousness. International Journal of Machine Consciousness, 1(1), 131-153. 2009.

Review of "Emotion and Consciousness" by Feldman-Barrett, Niedenthal and Winkielman, NY, The Guilford Press, 2005. International Journal of Machine Consciousness, 1(1), 131-153. 2009.

Foundations for Modelling Emotions in Game Characters: Modelling Emotion Effects on Cognition (with J. Broekens). In Proceedings of 3rd International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction, Amsterdam, NL, September, 2009.

Social interaction with robots and agents: Where do we stand, Where do we go? (with S. Payr, R. Ventura, C. Becker-Asano, K. Fischer, I. Leite, A. Paiva, C. von Scheve). In Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction, Amsterdam, NL, September, 2009.

Affective Game Engines: Motivation and Requirements. In Proceedings of the 4th Intl. Conference on the Foundations of Digital Games, April 2009.

Modeling the Mechanisms of Emotion Effects on Cognition. In Proceedings of the AAAI Fall Symposium on "Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures", TR FS-08-04, 82-86. Menlo Park, CA: AAAI Press, 2008.

Affective Computing and Game Design. In Proceedings of the 4th Intl. North American Conference on Intelligent Games and Simulation, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 2008, 5-12.

What Are We Modeling When We Model Emotion? In Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium on "Emotion, Personality and Social Behavior", TR SS-08-04, 52-59. Menlo Park, CA: AAAI Press, 2008.

Hudlicka, E., Lisetti, C., Hodge, D., Paiva, A., Rizzo, A., Wagner, E. (2008). Artificial Agents for Psychotherapy. In Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium on "Emotion, Personality and Social Behavior", TR SS-08-04, 60-64. Menlo Park, CA: AAAI, 2008.

Symposium. Modeling the Impact of Cognitive Moderators on Human Cognition and Performance (with Gluck, K., Gunzelmann, G., Gratch, J., Ritter, F.). In Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 258, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 2006.

Introduction to Affective Computing and Affective Modeling. In Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2666, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 2006.

Affect Sensing, Recognition and Expression: State-of-the-Art Overview. In Proceedings of the First Intl. Conference on Augmented Cognition, Las Vegas, NV, 2005.

Computational Models of Emotion and Personality: Applications to Psychotherapy Research and Practice. In Proceedings of the 10th Annual Cyber Therapy 2005 Conference: A Decade of Virtual Reality, Basel, Switzerland, 2005.

Modeling Individual Differences and Stressors Using the SAMPLE Cognitive Architecture (w/ P. Aykroyd, J. Bachman, K. Harper). In Proceedings of Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation, Anaheim, CA, 2005.

Modeling Interaction Between Metacognition and Emotion in a Cognitive Architecture. In Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium on "Metacognition in Computation". TR SS-05-04, 55-61. Menlo Park, CA: AAAI, 2005.

Approaches for Modeling Individuals Within Organizational Simulations (w/ G. Zacharias). In Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference, Washington, DC, 2004.

Beyond Cognition: Modeling Emotion in Cognitive Architectures. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM). CMU, Pittsburgh, PA, 2004.

Predicting Group Behavior from Profiles and Stereotypes (w/ B. Karabaich, J. Pfautz, K. Jones, G. Zacharias). In Proceedings of Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation, Arlington, VA, 2004.

Two Sides of Appraisal: Implementing Appraisal and its Consequences within a Cognitive Architecture. In Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium 2004 on "Architectures for Modeling Emotion", TR SS-04-02, 70-76. Menlo Park, CA: AAAI.

To Feel or Not To Feel: The Role of Affect in Human-Computer Interaction. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 59 (1-2), 2003.

This time with feeling: Integrated Model of Trait and State Effects on Cognition and Behavior. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 16, 1-31. 2002.
User's Affective & Belief State: Assessment and GUI Adaptation (with M. McNeese). International Journal of User Modeling and User Adapted Interaction, 12(1), 1-47, 2002.

Modeling Effects of Behavior Moderators on Performance: Evaluation of the MAMID Methodology and Architecture. In Proceedings of 12th Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation, Phoenix, AZ, 2003. (Selected for 'Recommended Reading').

Architecture and Representation Requirements for Modeling Effects of Behavior Moderators (with J. Pfautz). In Proceedings of the 11th Conference on Computer-Generated Forces – Behavior Representation, 2002, 9-20.

Once more with feeling: Augmenting Recognition Primed Decision Making with Affective Factors. In Proceedings of the 46th meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomic Society (w/ Pfautz), 2002, Baltimore, MD.

Individual and Group Behavior Moderators: Inventory, Inferencing, and Applications (with G. Zacharias and J. Schweitzer). In Proceedings of the 11th Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation, 2002.

Modeling Affect Regulation and Induction. In Proceedings of the AAAI Fall Symposium: "Emotional and Intelligent II: The Tangled Knot of Social Cognition", TR FS-01-02, 51-56. Menlo Park, CA: AAAI. 2001

CAPTA: Cognitive Affective Personality Task Analysis. In Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the HFES. 2001.

Integrating Model of Trait and State Influences on User Behavior. In Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Attitude, Personality, and Emotions in User-Adapted Interaction. Sonthofen, Germany. 2001.

Affective Context and Control in Human-System Modeling (with K. Corker). In Proceedings of Human Error and System Safety Design – 01, Linkoping, Sweden, 2001.

Increasing Realism of Human Agents by Modeling Individual Differences: Methodology, Architecture, and Testbed (with G. Zacharias, J. Psotka). In Proceedings of the AAAI Fall Symposium on "Simulating Human Agents", TR FS-00-03, 53-59. Menlo Park, CA: AAAI.

Individual Differences and Social Networks: Implications for Modeling Asymmetric Warfare (with Zacharias, G.) In Proceedings of the 9th Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation, Orlando, FL. 2000.

ABAIS: Affect and Belief Adaptive Interface System (with Billingsley, J.) In Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Houston, TX, 1999.

Methodology for Developing Adaptive Affective Interfaces. In Proceedings of International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Munich, Germany, 1999.

Modeling Emotion in Symbolic Cognitive Architectures. AAAI Fall Symposium on "Emotional and Intelligent: The Tangled Knot of Cognition", TR FS-98-03, 92-97. Menlo Park, CA: AAAI Press, 1998.

Using the World-Wide-Web as a Tool for an Inter-Disciplinary approach to the Scientific Study of Emotion (with Fellous, J-M.). In Proceedings of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington DC, 98.4, 246. 1996.

Mental Model Visualization Using an Interactive Elicitation Workstation (with Zacharias, G. et al.,) In Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society, 1260. 1996.

Requirements Elicitation with Indirect Knowledge Acquisition Techniques: A Comparison of Three Techniques. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Requirements Engineering. Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press, 4-11. 1996.

Review of "Knowledge Acquisition for Expert Systems" and "Knowledge Acquisition Tools for Expert Systems", Boose & Gaines, eds., Artificial Intelligence-EDAM, 4 (2). 1990.

Description and Preliminary Evaluation of a Flight Crew Aiding Concept for Recovery from Subsystem Failures (with Corker, K. et al.) In Proceedings of the 9th DASC Conference, Virginia Beach, VA, 1990.

Fault Recovery Recommendation (with K. Corker) In Proceedings on NASA Aviation Safety/Automation Conference, Virginia Beach, 1989.

Intelligent Situation Assessment and Response Aiding in Flight Emergencies (with K. Corker et al.), In Proceedings of the 7th AIAA Conference on Computers in Aerospace, 257-266. Monterey, CA, 1989.

Telerobotic Workstation Design Aid (with Corker, K., Young, D., Cramer, N.). In Proceedings of the NASA Conference on Space Telerobotics, 3, JPL, 1989.

Visual System Browser, SIGCHI Bulletin, 20 (4), 18-24. 1989.

Integrating Causal Reasoning at Different Levels of Abstraction (with Corker, K.). In Proceedings of the First International Conference on Industrial and Engineering Applications of AI and Expert Systems, Vol. 1, 157-163, 1988.

Construction and Use of Causal Models for Diagnosis, International Journal of Intelligent Systems, 3 (3). 1988.

Modeling and Diagnosing Problem Solving Behavior (with V. Lesser). IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 17 (3). 1987.

Construction and Use of Causal Model of a Problem-Solving System (with V. Lesser). SIGART, No. 93, 48-55, 1985.

Meta-level Control through Fault Detection and Diagnosis (with V. Lesser). In Proceedings of the AAAI, 153-161, 1984.

Design of a Knowledge-Based Fault Detection and Diagnosis System (with V. Lesser). In Proceedings of the 17th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, vol. 1, 224-230, 1984.

Unifying Data-Directed and Goal-Directed Control: An Example and Experiments (with Corkill, D. D., Lesser, V.). In Proceedings of AAAI, 143-147, 1982.

A High Level Simulation Testbed for Cooperative Distributed Problem Solving (with Lesser, V., Corkill, D., Pavlin, J., Lefkowitz, L., Brooks, R., and Reed, S.). In Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Distributed Computer Systems, 341-349, 1982.

 

Selected Technical Reports

 

1. Virtual Coach for Mindfulness Meditation Training. (Final Report). Technical Report 1002. Blacksburg, VA: Psychometrix Associates, Inc.

2. MAMID-ECS: Application of Human Behavior Models Capable of Modeling Individual Differences to Risk-Analysis and Risk-Reduction Strategy Development in Human-System Design. (Final Report). Technical Report 0507. Blacksburg, VA: Psychometrix Associates, Inc.

3. Summary of Factors Influencing Decision-Making and Behavior. Technical Report 0604. Blacksburg, VA: Psychometrix Associates, Inc. 2006.

4. Using Known Cultural and Group Affiliations to Infer Individual Characteristics and Predict Behavior. Technical Report 0509. Blacksburg, VA: Psychometrix Associates, Inc. 2005.

5. Computational Model of Anxiety Effects on Decision-Making. Technical Report 0503. Blacksburg, VA: Psychometrix Associates, Inc. 2005.

6. Human Performance Assessment Technology Applied to Advanced Cognitive Modeling (with Karen A. Harper, Sean L. Guarino, Peter Aykroyd, John Bachman, Greg L. Zacharias). Charles River Analytics Report R03371. Cambridge, MA: Charles River Analytics, Inc. 2004.

7. Personality and Cultural Factors in Gaming Environments. DMSO Workshop on Personality and Culture Factors in Military Gaming, Washington, DC. 2003.

8. ABAIS: Affect and Belief Adaptive Interface System (with Billingsley, J.). US Air Force Technical Report AFRL-HE-WP-TR-1999-0169, US AFRL, WPAFB, OH. 1999.

9. Review of Computational Models of Emotion (with Fellous, J-M.) Technical Report 9612. Arlington, MA: Psychometrix Associates, Inc. 1996.

10. Modeling Behavior Moderators in Human Behavior Models. TR 9716. Lincoln, MA: Psychometrix Associates. 1997. (Substantial portions of this report appear in R.W. Pew & A.S. Mavor, eds. Representing Human Behavior in Military Simulations. NRC Panel Report. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1998)

11. COAVA: Course of Action Visualization and Analysis Tool. (with Zacharias, G. et al.) Charles River Analytics Report R95472. Cambridge, MA: Charles River Analytics, Inc. 1995.

12. Effect of Cognitive Rehearsal on Flight Skill Decay and Maintenance: Empirical Study of General Aviation Pilots (with Zacharias, G. et al.). Charles River Analytics Report R94141. Cambridge, MA: Charles River Analytics, Inc. 1995.

13. VIEW: Visualization and Interactive Knowledge Elicitation Workstation (with Zacharias, G. et al.). Charles River Analytics Report R94371. Cambridge, MA: Charles River Analytics, Inc. 1995.

14. Model-Based Intelligent Information Filter and Situation Display (with Zacharias, G. et al.). Charles River Analytics Report R94361. Cambridge, MA: Charles River Analytics, Inc. 1995.

15. Toward a Computational Model of Attention. BBN Report. 7791. Cambridge, MA: BBN, Inc. 1994.

16. Development and Application of Evaluation Methodologies and Performance Measures for JTF Distributed Collaborative Planning (with Pew, R., and Salter, W.). BBN Report 8003. Cambridge, MA: BBN, Inc. 1994.

17. The Use of Cognitive Science Techniques for Developing FAA Inspection Indicators (with Huggins, A.W.F.). BBN Reports 7816, 7873, 7940. Cambridge, MA: BBN, Inc. 1994.

18. Computational Cognitive Models: Phase III (with Deutsch, S., Adams, M.J., and Feehrer, C.E.). BBN Reports 7797 7858. Cambridge, MA: BBN, Inc. 1993.

19. Computational Cognitive Models: Phase I (with Adams, M.J., and Feehrer, C.E.). BBN Report 7752. Cambridge, MA: BBN, Inc. 1992.

20. Design of a Distributed Diagnosis Monitor (with Lesser, V., Pavlin, J. and Rewari, A.). COINS Technical Report 85-14. Computer and Information Science Department, University of Massachusetts: Amherst, MA. 1986.

21. Modeling and Reasoning about Problem Solving System Behavior (with V. Lesser). COINS Technical Report 86-63. Computer and Information Science Department. University of Massachusetts: Amherst, MA. 1986.

22. Diagnosing Problem-Solving System Behavior. COINS Technical Report 86-3. Ph.D Dissertation, Computer and Information Sciences Department: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.1986.