Emotional Contagion

  title={Emotional Contagion},
  author={Elaine Hatfield and John T. Cacioppo and Richard L. Rapson},
  journal={Current Directions in Psychological Science},
  pages={100 - 96}
Social perspective-taking shapes brain hemodynamic activity and eye movements during movie viewing
Brain hemodynamic activity and eye-gaze patterns measured while participants were viewing a shortened version of the movie ‘My Sister’s Keeper’ from two perspectives suggest that during social perspective-taking different brain areas can be flexibly recruited depending on the nature of the perspective that is taken.
Giving Emotional Contagion Ability to Virtual Agents in Crowds
A way to introduce a model of emotional contagion in the scope of crowd simulation and shows that the dynamics of space and time creates emergent behaviour in crowd agents that are tuned with emotional contagions phenomena and crowd behaviour as described by literature.
Crowd Evacuation Simulation Research Based on Improved Reciprocal Velocity Obstacles (RVO) Model with Path Planning and Emotion Contagion
  • Jun Li, Haoxiang Zhang
  • Computer Science
    Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board
  • 2021
An improved RVO model with path planning and emotion contagion for crowd evacuation simulation, which can effectively simulate crowd evacuation and provide a powerful reference for building and layout design is proposed.
Phenomenology of Suicide
  • M. Pompili
  • Psychology
    Springer International Publishing
  • 2018
Emotional Contagion in the Classroom: The Impact of Teacher Satisfaction and Confirmation on Perceptions of Student Nonverbal Classroom Behavior
ABSTRACT Teachers appreciate nonverbally responsive students, but what is missing is an understanding of the direct influence of teachers' self-perceptions on their perceptions of how engaged their
The relationship between happiness and the desire for hospitality mediated by tourist self-image and destination image
This research is justified by the need to broaden the theory about consumer behavior in tourism and the importance of improving commercial practices. The main objective of this study is to analyze
Affect Infusion and Detection through Faces in Computer-mediated Knowledge-sharing Decisions
It is suggested that faces can be used for affect infusion and affect detection, which increases the effectiveness of knowledge-management systems and implications for designers of emotionally intelligent information systems and research.
Contributions Emotional Intelligence on Cognitive Learning Result of Biology of Senior High School Students in Medan, Indonesia
Emotional intelligence is one of the factors affecting the success of students’ learning results. Students having high emotional intelligence will be able to overcome the problems faced in school and
Integrating Usability Evaluations into the Software Development Process
This paper explores the status of usability evaluation in a digitally emerging country and finds many similarities with advanced countries, several completely new obstacles more connected with software development matters and a relatively positive improvement in the lack of “usability culture”.


How Emotions Develop and How they Organise Development
Abstract Concepts from functional theories of emotions are integrated with principles of skill development to produce a theory of emotional development. The theory provides tools for predicting both
Review of personality and social psychology
Phillip Shaver Editor's Introduction Ira J Roseman Cognitive Determinants of Emotion A Structural Theory Klaus R Scherer Emotion as a Multicomponent Process A Model and Some Cross-Cultural Data
Empathy and its development
Introduction: critical issues in the study of empathy, N.Eisenberg and J.Strayer. Part 1 Historical and theoretical perspectives: history of concept of empathy, L.Wispe evolutionary bases of empathy,
The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals
Acknowledgments List of Illustrations Figures Plates Preface to the Anniversary Edition by Paul Ekman Preface to the Third Edition by Paul Ekman Preface to the Second Edition by Francis Darwin
I: The Theory of Moral Sentiments
A scholarly edition of a work by Adam Smith. The edition presents an authoritative text, together with an introduction, commentary notes, and scholarly apparatus.
Autonomic nervous system activity distinguishes among emotions.
Emotion-specific activity in the autonomic nervous system was generated by constructing facial prototypes of emotion muscle by muscle and by reliving past emotional experiences, and distinguished not only between positive and negative emotions, but also among negative emotions.
Facial efference and the experience of emotion.
The aim of this book is to provide a Discussion of the Literature on Facial Feedback and its Applications in Therapy and the Foundations of Emotional Experience.
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