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C. Peter, E. Crane, M. Fabri, H. Agius & L. Axelrod (Eds.) Emotion in HCI: Designing for people. 2010. Liverpool, UK: Liverpool John Moores University. September 2 2008978-3-8396-0089-4. 
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Resource type: Proceedings
Peer reviewed
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 978-3-8396-0089-4
BibTeX citation key: Peter2010
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Categories: General
Keywords: Emotion, HCI
Creators: Agius, Axelrod, Crane, Fabri, Peter
Publisher: Liverpool John Moores University (Liverpool, UK)
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Abstract
"Emotion influences both human-human and human-computer interactions in most of our daily experiences. They affect our physiology, facial and bodily expressions, decision making, and social interactions, and are what make our interactions human. As computing is changing and becoming increasingly social in nature, the role of emotions in computing has become ever more relevant and commercial. This volume provides an account of the fourth workshop on emotion in human-computer interaction, held in the frame of the British HCI group’s annual conference in 2008."
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