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Selected recent papers

Journal papers

  1. Elise Prigent, Michel-Ange Amorim and Armando Monica De Oliveira.
    Representational momentum in dynamic facial expressions is modulated by the level of expressed pain: Amplitude and direction effects. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 2018.

  2. Yoren Gaffary, Jean-Claude Martin and Mehdi Ammi.
    Haptic Expression and Perception of Spontaneous Stress. IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 2018.
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  3. Mohamed Yacine Tsalamlal, William Rizer, Jean-Claude Martin, Mehdi Ammi and Mounia Ziat.
    Affective Communication through Air Jet Stimulation: Evidence from Events-Related Potentials. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 2018.
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  4. Jean-Baptiste Corrégé, Céline Clavel, Julien Christophe and Mehdi Ammi.
    Social norms from a goal-system point of view: Contributions of activity analysis. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 2018.
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  5. Ouriel Grynszpan, Jean-Claude Martin and Philippe Fossati.
    Gaze Leading is Associated with Liking. Acta Psychologica, 2017.
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  6. Ouriel Grynszpan, Jacqueline Nadel, Jean-Claude Martin and Philippe Fossati.
    The Awareness of Joint Attention: a Study Using Gaze Contingent Avatars. Interaction Studies, 2017.
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  7. Caroline Faur, Jean-Claude Martin and Céline Clavel.
    Measuring chronic regulatory focus with proverbs: The developmental and psychometric properties of a French scale. Personality and Individual Differences, 2017.
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  8. Pauline Chevalier, Jean-Claude Martin, Brice Isableu, Christophe Bazile and Adriana Tapus.
    Impact of Sensory Preferences of Individuals with Autism on the Recognition of Emotions Expressed by Two Robots, an Avatar, and a Human. Autonomous Robots, 2017.
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  9. Jean-Baptiste Corrégé, Céline Clavel, Julien Christophe and Mehdi Ammi.
    Using social injunctive norms to nudge users to build green houses. Psyecology, 2017.
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  10. Léonor Philip, Jean-Claude Martin and Céline Clavel.
    Suppression of Facial Mimicry of Negative Facial Expressions in an Incongruent Context. Journal of Psychophysiology, 2017.
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  11. Mohamed Yacine Tsalamlal, Michel-Ange Amorim, Jean-Claude Martin and Mehdi Ammi.
    Combining facial expression and touch for perceiving emotional valence. IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 2017.

  12. Tom Giraud, Florian Focone, Brice Isableu, Jean-Claude Martin and Virginie Demulier.
    Impact of elicited mood on movement expressivity during a fitness task.. Human Movement Science, 2016.
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  13. Kei-Léo Brousmiche, Jean-Daniel Kant, Nicolas Sabouret and François Prenot-Guinard.
    From Beliefs to Attitudes: Polias, a Model of Attitude Dynamics Based on Cognitive Modeling and Field. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 2016.
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  14. Zina Berrada-Baby, Ali Oker, Matthieu Courgeon, Mathieu Urbach, Nadine Bazin, Michel-Ange Amorim, Jean-Claude Martin, Christine Passerieux, Paul Roux and Eric Brunet-Gouet.
    Patients with schizophrenia are less prone to interpret virtual others' empathetic questioning as helpful. Psychiatry Research, 2016.
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  15. Jiewen Hua, Edith Filaire, Tom Giraud, David Antonio Gomez Jauregui, Mariette Soury, Jean-Claude Martin, Laurence Devillers and Christine Le Scanff.
    Predicting a Failure of Public Speaking Performance Using Multidimensional Assessment. Journal of Sports Sciences, 2016.
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  16. Anne Courbalay, Thomas Deroche, Martin Descarreaux, Elise Prigent, Julie O’Shaughnessy and Michel-Ange Amorim.
    Facial expression overrides lumbopelvic kinematics for clinical judgments about low back pain intensity. Pain Research and Management, 2016.

  17. Ali Oker, Elise Prigent, Matthieu Courgeon, Maria Victoria Eyharabide, Mathieu Urbach, Nadine Bazin, Michel-Ange Amorim, Christine Passerieux, Jean-Claude Martin and Eric Brunet-Gouet.
    How and why affective and reactive virtual agents will bring new insights on social cognitive disorders in schizophrenia? An illustration with a virtual card game paradigm. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2015.
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  18. Ali Oker, Matthieu Courgeon, Elise Prigent, Nadine Bazin, Mathieu Urbach, Christine Passerieux, Jean-Claude Martin, Michel-Ange Amorim and Eric Brunet-Gouet.
    A virtual reality study of help recognition and metacognition with an affective agent. International Journal of Synthetic Emotions, 2015.

  19. Tom Giraud, Florian Focone, Virginie Demulier, Jean-Claude Martin and Brice Isableu.
    Perception of emotion and personality through full-body movement qualities: A sport coach case study. ACM Transactions on Applied Perception, 2015.
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  20. Jean Simard, Mehdi Ammi and Anaïs Mayeur.
    Comparative study of the bimanual and collaborative modes for closely coupled manipulations. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 2014.

International conferences

  1. Jérémy Albouys, Nicolas Sabouret, Yvon Haradji, Mathieu Schumann and Christian Inard.
    SMACH : Multi-Agent Simulation of Human Activity in Households. In Practical Applications of Agents and MultiAgent Systems. 2019.

  2. Félix Bigand, Elise Prigent and Annelies Braffort.
    Animating virtual signers : the issue of gestural anonymization. In International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents. 2019.

  3. Félix Bigand, Annelies Braffort, Elise Prigent and Bastien Berret.
    Signing Avatar Motion: Combining Naturality and Anonymity. In International Workshop on Sign Language Translation and Avatar Technology. 2019.

  4. Félix Bigand, Elise Prigent and Annelies Braffort.
    Retrieving Human Traits from Gesture in Sign Language : The Example of Gestural Identity. In International Symposium on Movement and Computing. 2019.

  5. Domitile Lourdeaux, Zoubida Afoutni, Marie-Hélène Ferrer, Nicolas Sabouret, Virginie Demulier, Jean-Claude Martin, Laurence Bolot, Vincent Boccara and Romain Lelong.
    VICTEAMS: a virtual environment to train medical team leaders to interact with virtual subordinates. In International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents. 2019.

  6. Nawel Khenak, Jeanne Vezien, David Thery and Patrick Bourdot.
    Spatial Presence in Real and Remote Immersive Environments. In IEEE Virtual Reality. 2019.

  7. Alya Yacoubi and Nicolas Sabouret.
    TEATIME : a Formal Model of Action Tendencies in Conversational Agents. In International Conference on Agents and ARTificial intelligence. 2018.
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  8. Vonjiniaina Domohina Malala, Elise Prigent, Annelies Braffort and Bastien Berret.
    Which picture? A Methodology for the Evaluation of Sign Language Animation Understandability. In Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Sign Languages. 2018.
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  9. Lydia Ould Ouali, Nicolas Sabouret and Charles Rich.
    Guess my power: A computational model to simulate the behavior of a partner in the context of collaborative negotiation. In International Conference on Intelligent Systems. 2018.
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  10. Emmanuel Hadoux, Anthony Hunter and Jean-Baptiste Corrégé.
    Strategic Dialogical Argumentation using Multi-Criteria Decision Making with Application to Epistemic and Emotional Aspects of Arguments.. In Foundations of Information and Knowledge Systems. 2018.

  11. Delphine Potdevin, Céline Clavel and Nicolas Sabouret.
    Virtual Intimacy, this little something between us. In International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents. 2018.

  12. Quentin Reynaud, Yvon Haradji, François Sempé and Nicolas Sabouret.
    Using Time-Use Surveys in Multi Agent Based Simulations of Human Activity. In International Conference on Agents and ARTificial intelligence. 2017.
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  13. Yacine Bellik and Céline Clavel.
    Geometrical Shapes Rendering on a Dot-Matrix Display. In International Conference on Intelligent Human Computer Interaction. 2017.
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  14. Lydia Ould Ouali, Nicolas Sabouret and Charles Rich.
    A Computational Model of Power in Collaborative Negotiation Dialogues. In International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents. 2017.
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  15. Mathieu Jégou, Céline Clavel, Nicolas Sabouret and Jean-Claude Martin.
    Modeling the Impact of Action Tendency on an Agent Interrupting Behavior. In Workshop on Conversational Interruptions in Human-Agent Interactions. 2017.
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  16. David Thery, David Poirier-Quinot, Barteld Postma and Brian Katz.
    Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. In EuroVR conference. 2017.

  17. David Antonio Gomez Jauregui, Carole Castanier, Bingbing Chang, Michael Val, François Cottin, Christine Le Scanff and Jean-Claude Martin.
    Toward Automatic Detection of Acute Stress: Relevant Nonverbal Behaviors and Impact of Personality Traits. In International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction. 2017.

  18. Tom Giraud, Matthieu Courgeon, Michèle Gouiffès, Michel Bertier, Aymard Mengin and Xavier Maître.
    Motions and Experiences in a Multiuser Interactive Installation: Towards an Embodied Account of Visitors' Journey. In International Symposium on Movement and Computing. 2016.

  19. Pauline Chevalier, Adriana Tapus, Jean-Claude Martin and Brice Isableu.
    Social Personalized Human-Machine Interaction for People with Autism: Defining User Profiles and First Contact with a Robot. In ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction. 2015.
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  20. Yoren Gaffary, Jean-Claude Martin and Mehdi Ammi.
    Perception of Congruent Facial and Kinesthetic Expressions of Emotions. In International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction. 2015.
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PhD Thesis

  1. Caroline Faur.
    Approche computationnelle du regulatory focus pour des agents interactifs : un pas vers une personnalité artificielle. 2016.

  2. Mohamed Yacine Tsalamlal.
    Communication affective médiée via une interface tactile. 2016.

  3. Léonor Philip.
    Influence des informations contextuelles sur la perception des émotions: étude des Réactions Faciales Rapides. 2015.

  4. Tom Giraud.
    Full Body Interaction. Toward an integration of individual differences. 2015.

  5. Kévin Darty.
    Évaluation de la qualité des comportements des agents en simulation: application à un simulateur de conduite en environnement virtuel. 2015.

  6. Thomas Huraux.
    Simulation multi-agent d’un système complexe : combiner des domaines d’expertise par une approche multi-niveau – Le cas de la consommation électrique résidentielle. 2015.

  7. Florian Focone.
    Le mouvement expressif du corps entier : variabilités intra-individuelles dans des contextes affectifs et interactifs.. 2015.

  8. Mehdi Boukhris.
    Modélisation et Evaluation de la Fidélité d’un Clone Virtuel. 2015.

  9. Kei-Léo Brousmiche.
    Modélisation et simulation multi-agent de la formation et de la dynamique d'attitudes basées sur les croyances. 2015.

  10. Florian Focone.
    Le mouvement expressif du corps entier : variabilités intra-individuelles dans des contextes affectifs et interactifs.. 2015.

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