Group emotions: the social and cognitive functions of emotions in argumentation

@article{Polo2016GroupET,
  title={Group emotions: the social and cognitive functions of emotions in argumentation},
  author={Claire Polo and Kristine Lund and Christian Plantin and Gerald P. Niccolai},
  journal={I. J. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning},
  year={2016},
  volume={11},
  pages={123-156}
}
The learning sciences of today recognize the tri-dimensional nature of learning as involving cognitive, social and emotional phenomena. However, many computer-supported argumentation systems still fail in addressing the socioemotional aspects of group reasoning, perhaps due to a lack of an integrated theoretical vision of how these three dimensions… CONTINUE READING