Laila van Ments

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In this paper, a computational model is presented to simulate traumas, including their development, recovery, and the effect of group support. The model is built upon mechanisms known from cognitive and social neuroscience. Using the model, several scenarios were explored, considering both individual and multiple persons. The simulation results of the model(More)
In this paper, a social agent model is presented for the influence of cognitive metaphors on joint decision making processes. The social agent model is based on mechanisms known from cognitive and social neuroscience and cognitive metaphor theory. The model was illustrated in particular for two types of metaphors that can affect joint decision making in(More)
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