• Psychology
  • Published 2003

Using Negative Emotions to Impair Game Play

@inproceedings{DeGroot2003UsingNE,
  title={Using Negative Emotions to Impair Game Play},
  author={Doug DeGroot},
  year={2003}
}
Emotions make significant contributions to rational thought and behavior at multiple levels. Most research with computational models of emotion focuses on reactive behaviors caused by base or learned emotions; yet emotions can play a role in purposeful behaviors as well, leading to emotion-related actions rather than reactions. Higher-level cognitive processes can reflect on the emotional state, treating emotions as data rather than forces, and incorporate them into consciously selected… CONTINUE READING

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