Yuuki Kato

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This paper focuses on communication by e-mail. An experiment was conducted to investigate the influence the degree of emotional cues transmitted during e-mail communication has on the emotions experienced by the senders and receivers. Twenty-two participants of this experiment were divided into two groups based on the degrees of emotional cues transmitted:(More)
We focus on an affective aspect of communications by e-mail. In this study university students communicated their information to anonymous companions by e-mail to examine the relations between their affective traits, affective states and affective interpretations. Before the e-mail communication, as the affective traits, they were asked to give the(More)
aBsTRaCT This study compared the exchange of emotional content in PC and mobile e-mail in business-related discussions. BLOCKINForty BLOCKINAmerican BLOCKINbusiness BLOCKINpeople BLOCKINwere BLOCKINdivided BLOCKINinto BLOCKINtwo BLOCKINgroups BLOCKIN(PC and mobile e-mail users) and were then assigned to anonymous discussion pairs who exchanged a total of(More)
As a first step to barrier emotional troubles in educational computer-mediated communication such as e-learning using mobile devices or " m-learning " , emotional strategies used in mobile phone email in response to four kinds of emotion evocation situation (joy, sadness, anger, and guilt) are explored. In this study, the emotional strategies in different(More)
Over recent years the importance of game-based learning situation has seen a remarkable growth. Existing computer-based platform that utilize the Internet so as to provide effective access to information regarding for exchange of ideas and knowledge aim to create online community, such attempts target only on traditional Internet users excluding an ongoing(More)
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