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Publications

How do different modes contribute to the interpretation of affective-epistemic states?

2012
S. Lanzini, "How do different modes contribute to the interpretation of affective-epistemic states?," in Proceedings of the Nordic Symposium on Multimodal Communication, 2012. full entry

That sounds interesting! – Establishing a formal model of attitude administration in a multi-modal discourse setting

2012
P. J. Henrichsen and J. Allwood, "That sounds interesting! – Establishing a formal model of attitude administration in a multi-modal discourse setting," in Proceedings of the Nordic Symposium on Multimodal Communication, 2012. full entry

A different perspective on vagueness

2012
J. Allwood and E. Vilkman, "A different perspective on vagueness," in Proceedings of the Fourth Nordic Symposium on Multimodal Communication, 2012. full entry

Some Suggestions for the Study of Stance in Communication

2012
M. Chindamo, J. Allwood, and E. Ahlsen, "Some Suggestions for the Study of Stance in Communication," in Proceedings of ASE/IEEE International Conference on Social Computing, 2012, pp. 617-622. full entry

Pride and its expression in political debates.

2012
I. Poggi and F. DÉrrico, "Pride and its expression in political debates.." London College Publications, 2012, pp. 221-253. full entrydownload ]

Vagueness and dreams. Multimodal signals of epistemic stance-taking.

2012
L. Vincze, I. Poggi, and F. DÉrrico, "Vagueness and dreams. Multimodal signals of epistemic stance-taking.," in Proceeding of Human Behavior Understanding for Robotics, 2012, pp. 77-88. full entry

Ridiculization in public debates: making fun of the other as a discrediting move

2012
I. Poggi, F. DÉrrico, and L. Vincze, "Ridiculization in public debates: making fun of the other as a discrediting move," in Proceedings of the Eigth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’12), 2012, pp. 44-50. full entrydownload ]

How charisma is perceived from speech. A multidimensional approach.

2012
R. Signorello, F. DÉrrico, I. Poggi, and D. Demolin, "How charisma is perceived from speech. A multidimensional approach.," in Proceedings of IEEE Social Computation, 2012, pp. 435-440. full entrydownload ]

Comments in words, face and body

2012
I. Poggi, F. DÉrrico, and L. Vincze, "Comments in words, face and body," Journal of multimodal users interfaces, vol. 7, iss. 1, pp. 67-78, 2012. full entrydownload ]

Discrediting signals. A model of social evaluation to study discrediting moves in political debates.

2012
F. DÉrrico, I. Poggi, and L. Vincze, "Discrediting signals. A model of social evaluation to study discrediting moves in political debates.," Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces Special issue in “Social signal processing”., vol. 6, iss. 3, pp. 163-178, 2012. full entrydownload ]

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