Modeling the Impact of Cognitive Moderators on Human Cognition and Performance (bibtex)
by Gluck, Kevin A., Gunzelmann, Glenn, Gratch, Jonathan, Hudlicka, Eva and Ritter, Frank E.
Abstract:
Cognitive moderators, such as emotions, personality, stress, and fatigue, represent an emerging area of research within the cognitive science community and are increasingly acknowledged as important and ubiquitous influences on cognitive processes. This symposium brings together scientists engaged in research to develop models that help us better understand the mechanisms through which these factors impact human cognition and performance. There are two unifying themes across the presentations. One theme is a commitment to developing computational models useful for simulating the processes that produce the effects and phenomena of interest. The second theme is a commitment to assessing the validity of the models by comparing their performance against empirical human data.
Reference:
Modeling the Impact of Cognitive Moderators on Human Cognition and Performance (Gluck, Kevin A., Gunzelmann, Glenn, Gratch, Jonathan, Hudlicka, Eva and Ritter, Frank E.), In Proceedings of the 2006 Conference of the Cognitive Society, 2006.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{gluck_modeling_2006,
	address = {Vancouver, CA},
	title = {Modeling the {Impact} of {Cognitive} {Moderators} on {Human} {Cognition} and {Performance}},
	url = {http://ict.usc.edu/pubs/Modeling%20the%20Impact%20of%20Cognitive%20Moderators%20on%20Human%20Cognition%20and%20Performance.pdf},
	abstract = {Cognitive moderators, such as emotions, personality, stress, and fatigue, represent an emerging area of research within the cognitive science community and are increasingly acknowledged as important and ubiquitous influences on cognitive processes. This symposium brings together scientists engaged in research to develop models that help us better understand the mechanisms through which these factors impact human cognition and performance. There are two unifying themes across the presentations. One theme is a commitment to developing computational models useful for simulating the processes that produce the effects and phenomena of interest. The second theme is a commitment to assessing the validity of the models by comparing their performance against empirical human data.},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of the 2006 {Conference} of the {Cognitive} {Society}},
	author = {Gluck, Kevin A. and Gunzelmann, Glenn and Gratch, Jonathan and Hudlicka, Eva and Ritter, Frank E.},
	month = aug,
	year = {2006},
	keywords = {Social Simulation, Virtual Humans},
	pages = {2658}
}
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