Brunswikian Lens Model. A framework for the study of emotional communication. cues. physical or social environment . observer (organism) . The Lens Model. is used in several fields to study how observers correctly and incorrectly use objective cues to perceive physical or social reality .
A framework for the study of emotional communication
physical or social environment
observer (organism)The Lens Model
Scherer, K. R. (1978). Personality inference from voice quality: The loud voice of extroversion. European Journal of Social Psychology, 8, 467-487.
- To be measured, cues must be identified a priori
- Inconsistencies on both sides (indiv. diff., broad categories)
- Cue utilization could be different
on the left and the right side (e.g. important cues not used)
Other cues …
expressed anger ?
relation of the cues to the perceived emotion
relation of the cues to the expressed emotion
matchingImplications for HMI
Important for Automatic Recog..
Important for ECAs
will be shown on Tanja’s poster
for vocal expressions (acted emotions)