B. Stankovic

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We describe an empirical study comparing the accu-­ racy of competing computational models of emotion in predicting human emotional responses in naturalistic emotion-­eliciting situations. The results find clear dif-­ ferences in models ¶ ability to forecast human emotional responses, and provide guidance on how to develop more accurate models of human(More)
In this paper we describe the results of a rigorous empirical study evaluating the coping responses of a computational model of emotion. We discuss three key kinds of coping, Wishful Thinking, Resignation and Dis-tancing that impact an agent's beliefs, intentions and desires, and compare these coping responses to related work in the attitude change(More)
Cytoplasmic calcium is a major regulator of plant metabolism and its levels are under strict control, but it increases rapidly and transiently after stress treatments such as cold and touch (Trewavas 1999). Gravity is also thought to affect Ca2+ levels, although one report, using fluorescence microscopy of Ca(2+)-binding dyes, showed no changes (Legue et(More)
Rituximab is a monoclonal antibody that targets the CD20 B-cell-specific antigen and is widely used as therapy for B-cell lymphoma. Since rituximab depletes both malignant and normal B cells, it is increasingly being used to treat various conditions in which normal B cells have a pathogenic role, such as rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis. It is(More)
Few studies have documented the response of gravitropically curved organs to a withdrawal of a constant gravitational stimulus. The effects of stimulus withdrawal on gravitropic curvature were studied by following individual roots of cress (Lepidium sativum L.) through reorientation and clinostat rotation. Roots turned to the horizontal curved down 62(More)
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