Acted vs. natural frustration and delight: Many people smile in natural frustration

@article{Hoque2011ActedVN,
  title={Acted vs. natural frustration and delight: Many people smile in natural frustration},
  author={Mohammed E. Hoque and Rosalind W. Picard},
  journal={Face and Gesture 2011},
  year={2011},
  pages={354-359}
}
This work is part of research to build a system to combine facial and prosodic information to recognize commonly occurring user states such as delight and frustration. We create two experimental situations to elicit two emotional states: the first involves recalling situations while expressing either delight or frustration; the second experiment tries to elicit these states directly through a frustrating experience and through a delightful video. We find two significant differences in the… CONTINUE READING

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