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Emotions, technology, and behaviors / edited by Sharon Y. Tettegah, Dorothy L. Espelage.

Publication:
Amsterdam, [Netherlands] : Academic Press, 2016.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (240 p.)
Series:
Emotions and Technology
Emotions and technology : communication of feelings for, with, and through digital media
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Subjects:
Human-computer interaction.
Emotions.
Human behavior.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
""Front Cover""; ""Emotions, Technology, and Behaviors""; ""Copyright""; ""Contents""; ""Contributors""; ""Foreword""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""References""; ""Preface""; ""Empathy & Perspective-Taking""; ""Trust, Loss, and Technology""; ""Bullying and Technology""; ""Philosophy, Emotions, and Virtual Environments""; ""References""; ""Section I: Empathy and Perspective-Taking""; ""Chapter 1: Emotional Modulation of Perspective Taking: Implications for Computer-Supported Argumentation""; ""Introduction""; ""Literature Review""; ""Argumentation in Science Education""
""Perspective Taking During Argumentation""""Perspective Taking During Computer-Supported Argumentation""; ""How Emotions Function During Argumentation""; ""Emotions Might Influence Perspective Taking""; ""Exploring How Emotions Might Influence Perspective Taking During Argumentation""; ""Overview of the Study and Research Question""; ""Methods""; ""Participants and Design""; ""Apparatus and Stimuli""; ""Procedure""; ""Results""; ""Discussion""; ""How Do One's Own Emotions Influence the Ability to Address a Counterpart's Perspective During Argumentation?""
""Conclusions and Implications for Computer-Supported Argumentation""""Implications, Suggestions, and Limitations""; ""Significance for Computer-Supported Argumentation""; ""References""; ""Chapter 2: Empathy for the Digital Age: Using Video Production to Enhance Social, Emotional, and Cognitive Skills""; ""Introduction""; ""Empathy as a Theoretical Lens""; ""Previous Research""; ""What Is Empathy?""; ""Can Empathy Be Learned?""; ""Can Empathy Be Mediated?""; ""Can Media Production Foster Empathy?""; ""Digital Empathy""; ""Screenplay Writing (Story-Planning)""; ""Preproduction""
""Production""""Postproduction""; ""Screening (Distribution)""; ""Challenges""; ""Significance""; ""References""; ""Chapter 3: The Intersection Between Technology, Mind-Wandering, and Empathy""; ""Attention in Empathy""; ""Attention in Technology""; ""Attention, Empathy, and Technology""; ""Qualitative Data""; ""Methods""; ""Results""; ""Discussion""; ""Quantitative Data""; ""Methods""; ""Participants""; ""Materials""; ""Demographic Questionnaire""; ""Toronto Empathy Questionnaire (TEQ)""; ""State Empathy Scale""; ""Mind-Wandering Questionnaire (MWQ)""; ""Mind-Wandering Questionnaire-Post""
""Emotional Film Clip""""Stimulus Presentation""; ""Procedure""; ""Analysis""; ""Results""; ""Discussion""; ""References""; ""Chapter 4: Emotional Contagion and Socialization: Reflection on Virtual Interaction""; ""Introduction""; ""Emotional Contagion""; ""Emotional Contagion Hypothesis""; ""Sources of Emotional Contagion""; ""Emotional Contagion: Practical Applications and Consequences""; ""Technology-Mediated Interactions and Emotional Contagion""; ""Socialization in the Context of Technology-Mediated Social Interactions""; ""References""; ""Section II: Trust, Loss, and Technology""
""Chapter 5: When, How, and Why Do We Trust Technology Too Much?""
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index.
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed November 20, 2015).
Contributor:
Tettegah, Sharon Y., editor.
Espelage, Dorothy L., editor.
ISBN:
0-08-100702-7
OCLC:
927160163