Accepted Papers

Paper IDPaper TitleAuthor Names
7Automated Mood-aware Engagement PredictionSvati Dhamija*, UCCS; Terrance Boult, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
8How Different Identities Affect CooperationWasif Khan* (University of Waterloo), Jesse Hoey (University of Waterloo)
10What Really Matters - An Information Gain Analysis of Questions and Reactions in Automated PTSD ScreeningsTorsten Wörtwein*, Karlsruhe Institute of Technol; Stefan Scherer, University of Southern California
11NAA: A Multimodal Database of Negative Affect and AggressionIulia Lefter*, Delft University of Technology; Catholijn Jonker, Delft University of Technology; Stephanie Klein Tuente, University Medical Center Groningen; Stefan Bogaerts, Tilburg University; wim Veling, University Medical Center Groningen
13Recognizing Induced Emotions of Movie Audiences: Are Induced and Perceived Emotions the Same?Leimin Tian*, The University of Edinburgh; Michal Muszynski, University of Geneva; Catherine Lai, University of Edinburgh; Johanna Moore, The University of Edinburgh; Theodoros Kostoulas, Bournemouth University; Patrizia Lombardo, University of Geneva; Thierry Pun, University of Geneva; Guillaume Chanel, University of Geneva
15Effects of Valence and Arousal on Working Memory Performance in Virtual Reality GamingDaniel Gabana*, Queen Mary University of Londo; Laurissa Tokarchuk, QMUL; Emily Hannon, QMUL; Hatice Gunes, University of Cambridge
16Computational model of idiosyncratic perception of others' emotionsShiro Kumano*, NTT; Ryo Ishii, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation; Kazuhiro Otsuka, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
17Comparing Empathy Perceived by Interlocutors in Multiparty Conversation and External ObserversShiro Kumano*, NTT; Ryo Ishii, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation; Kazuhiro Otsuka, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
19Towards Modeling Agent Negotiators by Analyzing Human Negotiation BehaviorYuyu Xu*, Northeastern University; Pedro Sequeira, Northeastern University; Stacy Marsella, Northeastern University
20Robust Emotion Recognition from Low Quality and Low Bit Rate Video: A Deep Learning ApproachBowen Cheng, ; Zhangyang Wang*, TAMU; Zhaobin Zhang, ; Zhu Li, ; Ding Liu, ; Jianchao Yang, ; Shuai Wang, ; Thomas Huang,
26Vocal markers of motor, cognitive, and depressive symptoms in Parkinson’s diseaseKara Smith*, University of Massachusetts Me; James Williamson, MIT Lincoln Lab; Thomas Quatieri, MIT Lincoln Lab.
27Processing Negative Emotions Through Social Communication: Multimodal Data Collection and AnalysisNurul Lubis*, Nara Institute of Science and ; Michael Heck, Nara Institute of Science and Technology; Sakriani Sakti, Nara Institute of Science and Technology; Koichiro Yoshino, Nara Institute of Science and Technology; Satoshi Nakamura, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
34The effect of personality trait, age, and gender on the performance of automatic speech valence recognitionHesam Sagha*, audEERING GmbH; Jun Deng, audEERING; Bj_rn Schuller, Technical University of Munich
36Multiple users’ emotion recognition: improving performance by joint modeling of affective reactionsGuillaume Chanel*, University of Geneva; Sunny Avry, University of Geneva; Gaelle Molinari, Unidistance; Mireille Bétrancourt, University of Geneva; Thierry Pun, University of Geneva
37Smiling from Adolescence to Old Age: A Large Observational StudyDaniel McDuff*, Microsoft Research
39Noninvasive estimation of cognitive status in mild traumatic brain injury using speech production and facial expressionAdam Lammert*, MIT Lincoln Laboratory; James Williamson, MIT Lincoln Lab; Austin Hess, MIT Lincoln Laboratory; Tejash Patel, MIT Lincoln Laboratory; Thomas Quatieri, MIT Lincoln Lab.; Hui Jun Liao, Brigham & Women's Hospital; Alex Lin, Brigham & Women's Hospital; Kristin Heaton, US Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine
41Local-Global Ranking for Facial Expression Intensity EstimationTadas Baltrusaitis*, Carnegie Mellon; Liandong Li, Beijing Normal University; Louis-Philippe Morency, Carnegie Mellon University
43Discovering Gender Differences in Facial Emotion Recognition via Implicit Behavioral CuesManeesh Bilalpur, International Institute of Information Technology; Seyed Mostafa Kia, Radboud University; Tat-Seng Chua, National University of Singapore; Ramanathan Subramanian*, Illinois at Singapore
44Emotion Detection Using Noninvasive Low Cost SensorsDaniela Girardi, University of Bari; Filippo Lanubile, University of Bari; Nicole Novielli*, University of Bari
47Assessing Personality Through Objective Behavioral SensingHui Wang*, Northeastern University; Stacy Marsella, Northeastern University
54Comparing Models for Gesture Recognition of Children’s Bullying BehaviorsMichael Tsang*, U of Southern California; Vadim Korolik, University of Southern California; Stefan Scherer, University of Southern California; Maja Mataric, University of Southern California
55Evaluating Effectiveness of Smartphone Typing as an Indicator of User EmotionSurjya Ghosh*, IIT Kharagpur; Niloy Ganguly, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur; Bivas Mitra, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur; Pradipta De, Georgia Southern University USA
59Stress Measurement from Tongue Color ImagingJavier Hernandez*, MIT; Craig Ferguson, MIT; Akane Sano, MIT; Weixuan Chen, MIT; Weihui Li, Wentworth Institute of Technology; Albert Yeung, Harvard Medical School; Rosalind Picard, MIT
66RankTrace: Relative and Unbounded Affect AnnotationPhil Lopes*, University of Geneva; Georgios Yannakakis, University of Malta; Antonios Liapis, University of Malta
67Computational Analysis of Valence and Arousal in Virtual Reality Gaming using Lower Arm ElectromyogramsIlia Shumailov*, University of Cambridge; Hatice Gunes, University of Cambridge
68Modeling Doctor-Patient Communication with Affective Text AnalysisTaylan Sen*, University of Rochester; Mohammad Rafayet Ali, University of Rochester; Ronald Epstein, University of Rochester; Paul Duberstein, University of Rochester; Mohammed (Ehsan) Hoque, University of Rochester
70Response to Name: A Dataset and A Multimodal Machine Learning Framework towards Autism StudyWenbo Liu*, Carnegie Mellon University; Ming Li,
73Toward Affect-Sensitive Virtual Human Tutors: The Influence of Facial Expressions on Learning and EmotionNicholas Mudrick*, North Carolina State University; Jon Rowe, ; Michelle Taub, North Carolina State Universit; James Lester, North Carolina State University; Roger Azevedo, North Carolina State University
74Segment-Based Speech Emotion Recognition Using Recurrent Neural NetworksEfthymios Tzinis*, NTUA, Athens, Greece; Alexandros Potamianos, NTUA
75Emo-Soundscapes: A Dataset for Soundscape Emotion RecognitionJianyu Fan*, Simon Fraser University; Miles Thorogood, ; Philippe Pasquier, Simon Fraser University
78Multimodal Autoencoder: A Deep Learning Approach to Filling In Missing Sensor Data and Enabling Better Mood PredictionNatasha Jaques*, MIT Media Lab; Sara Taylor, MIT Media Lab; Akane Sano, MIT; Rosalind Picard, MIT
81Hand2Face: Automatic Synthesis and Recognition of Hand Over Face OcclusionsBehnaz Nojavanasghari*, University of Central Florida; Charles Hughes, University of Central Florida; Tadas Baltrusaitis, Carnegie Mellon; Louis-Philippe Morency, Carnegie Mellon University
82Automatic AUs Detection in Infants Using Convolutional Neural NetworkZakia Hammal*, Carnegie Mellon University; Chu Wen-Sheng, Carnegie Mellon University; Jeffrey Cohn, University of Pittsburgh; carrie Heike, Seattle Childrens; Matthew Speltz, Seattle Childrens
83ARE YOU STRESSED? YOUR EYES AND THE MOUSE CAN TELLJun Wang*, HK Polytechnic University; Michael Xuelin Huang , Max Planck Institute for Informatics; Grace Ngai, HK Polytechnic University; Hong-va Leong, HK Polytechnic University
87Manual and Automatic Measures Confirm - Intranasal Oxytocin Increases Facial ExpressivityCatherine Neubauer, ARL; Sharon Mozgai, USC ICT; Brandon Chuang, UCSF; Josh Woolley, UCSF; Stefan Scherer*, University of Southern California
88Weighted Geodesic Flow Kernel for Interpersonal Mutual Influence Modeling and Emotion Recognition in Dyadic InteractionsZhaojun Yang*, University of Southern California; Boqing Gong, University of Central Florida; Shrikanth Narayanan, University of Southern California
89Perceptual Enhancement of Emotional Mocap Head Motion: An Experimental StudyYu Ding, Univeristy of Houston; Lei Shi, University of Houston; Zhigang Deng*, University of Houston
90The Ordinal Nature of EmotionsGeorgios Yannakakis*, University of Malta; Roddy Cowie, Queen's University Belfast; Carlos Busso, UT Dallas
92Improved Facial Expression Recognition Method Based on ROI Deep Convolutional Neutral NetworkXiao Sun*, Hefei University of Technology; Man Lv, ; Changqin Quan, Kobe University; Fuji Ren,
95Speech emotion recognition in noisy and reverberant environmentsPanikos Heracleous*, KDDI Research, Inc; Keiji Yasuda, ; Masayuki Hashimoto, ; Fumiaki Sugaya, ; Akio Yoneyama,
96Exploring Sparse Representation Measures of Physiological Synchrony for Romantic CouplesTheodora Chaspari*, USC; Adela Timmons, University of Southern California; Brian Baucom, University of Utah; Laura Perrone, Stony Brook University; Katherine Baucom, University of Utah; Panayiotis Georgiou, University of Southern California; Gayla Margolin, University of Southern California; Shrikanth Narayanan, University of Southern California
98Emotional Responses of Vibrotactile-Thermal Stimuli: Effects of Constant-Temperature Thermal StimuliYongjae Yoo*, Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH); Hojin Lee, POSTECH; Hyejin Choi, POSTECH; Seungmoon Choi, Pohang University of Science and Technology
99The ABC of MOOCs: Affect and its Inter-play with Behaviour and CognitionShazia Afzal*, IBM Research; Bikram Sengupta, IBM Research; Munira Syed, University of Notre Dame; Nitesh Chawla, University of Notre Dame; Alex Ambrose, University of Notre Dame; Malolan Chetlur, IBM Research
101Affect Recognition in an Interactive Gaming Environment using Eye TrackingAshwaq ALHARGAN*, University of Birmingham; Neil Cooke, University of Birmingham; Tareq Binjammaz, DMU
106NNIME: The NTHU-NTUA Chinese Interactive Multimodal Emotion CorpusHuang-Cheng Chou, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University; Wei-Cheng Lin, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University; Lien-Chiang Chang, Department of Drama, National Taiwan University of Arts; Chyi-Chang Li, Graduate School of Arts and Humanities, National Taiwan University of Arts; Hsi-Pin Ma, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University; Chi-Chun Lee*, National Tsing Hua University
107Aggression recognition using overlapping speechIulia Lefter*, Delft University of Technology; Catholijn Jonker, Delft University of Technology
108Emotion-Augmented Machine Learning: Overview of an Emerging DomainHarald Strömfelt*, Imperial College London; Yue Zhang, Imperial College London; Bj_rn Schuller, Technical University of Munich
109Embedding Stacked Bottleneck Vocal Features in a LSTM Architecture for Automatic Pain Level Classification during Emergency TriageFu-Sheng Tsai, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University; Yi-Ming Weng, Department of Emergency Medicine, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital; Chip-Jin Ng, Department of Emergency Medicine, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital; Chi-Chun Lee*, National Tsing Hua University
112Automatic Emotional Spoken Language Text Corpus Construction from Written Dialogs in FictionsJinkun CHEN*, Sun Yat-sen University; Ming Li, ; Cong Liu, Sun Yat-sen University
114Objective Assessment of Depressive Symptoms with Machine Learning and Wearable Sensors DataAsma Ghandeharioun*, MIT; Szymon Fedor, MIT; Lisa Sangermano, MGH; Dawn Ionescu, MGH; Jonathan Alpert, MGH; Chelsea Dale, MGH; David Sontag, MIT; Rosalind Picard, MIT
117Towards General Models of Player AffectElizabeth Camilleri*, University of Malta; Georgios Yannakakis, University of Malta; Antonios Liapis, University of Malta
118CAST a database: Rapid targeted large-scale big data acquisition via small-world modelling of social media platformsShahin Amiriparian*, University of Passau; Sergey Pugachevskiy, University of Passau; Nicholas Cummins, University of Passau; Simone Hantke, Universität Passau; Jouni Pohjalainen, University of Passau; Gil Keren, University of Passau; Bj_rn Schuller, Technical University of Munich
119Designing Opportune Stress Intervention Delivery Timing using Multi-modal DataAkane Sano*, MIT; Paul Johns, Microsoft Research; Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research
121Toward Automatic Detection of Acute Stress: Relevant Nonverbal Behaviors and Impact of Personality TraitsDavid Antonio Gómez Jáuregui*, ESTIA; Carole Castanier, Université Paris-Sud; Bingbing Chang, Université Paris-Sud; Michaël Val, Université Paris-Sud; François Cottin, Université Paris-Sud; Christine Le Scanff, ; Jean-Claude Martin, LIMSI
122Exploring Affection-Oriented Virtual Pet Game Design Strategies in VRChaolan Lin*, IUPUI; Travis Faas, ; Erin Brady, Indiana University
126Photorealistic Facial Expression Synthesis by the Conditional Difference Adversarial AutoencoderYUQIAN ZHOU*, HKUST; Bertram SHI, ECE department of HKUST
129A Bootstrapped Multi-View Weighted Kernel Fusion Framework for Cross-Corpus Integration of Multimodal Emotion RecognitionChun-min Chang, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University; Bo-Hao Su, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University; Shih-Chen Lin, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University; Jeng-Lin Li, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University; Chi-Chun Lee*, National Tsing Hua University
134LEARNING SPECTRO-TEMPORAL FEATURES WITH 3D CNNS FOR SPEECH EMOTION RECOGNITIONJaebok Kim*, University of Twente; Khiet Truong, University of Twente; Gwenn Englebienne, University of Twente; Vanessa Evers, University of Twente
136Multimodal Classification of Driver GlanceDaniel Baumann , University of Cambridge; Marwa Mahmoud*, University of Cambridge; Peter Robinson, University of Cambridge
137Facial Action Units Detection Under Pose Variations Using Deep Regions LearningAsem Ali*, UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE; Islam Alkabbany, UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE; Amal Farag, ; Ian Bennett , The Spirituality Network, Inc.; aly Farag, UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE
138Facial Action Unit Intensity Estimation and Feature Relevance Visualization with Random Regression ForestsPhilipp Werner*, University of Magdeburg; Sebastian Handrich, ; Ayoub Al-Hamadi,
139Exploring Moral Conflicts in Speech: Multidisciplinary Analysis of Affect and StressMinha Lee*, TU Eindhoven; Jaebok Kim, University of Twente; Khiet Truong, University of Twente; Yvonne de Kort, TU Eindhoven; Femke Beute, TU Eindhoven; Wijnand IJsselsteijn, TU Eindhoven
142Formulating Emotion Perception as a Probabilistic Model with Application to Categorical Emotion ClassificationReza Lotfian, The University of Texas at Dallas; Carlos Busso*, UT Dallas
144A Taxonomy of Mood Research and Its Applications in Computer ScienceHelma Torkamaan*, ; Jürgen Ziegler, University of Duisburg-Essen
148Refactoring Facial Expressions: an Automatic Analysis of Natural Occurring Facial Expressions in Iterated Social DilemmasGiota Stratou*, USC-ICT; Job Van Der Schalk, Cardiff; Rens Hoegen, USC-ICT; Jonathan Gratch, University of Southern California
149Predicting Speaker Recognition Reliability by Considering Emotional ContentSrinivas Parthasarathy, The University of Texas at Dallas; Carlos Busso*, UT Dallas
152Ranking-Based Affect Estimation of Motion Capture Data in the Valence-Arousal SpaceWilliam Li*, Simon Fraser University; Omid Alemi, Simon Fraser University; Philippe Pasquier, Simon Fraser University
154An Investigation into Three Visual Characteristics of Complex Scenes that Evoke Human EmotionXin Lu*, Penn State University; Reginald Adams, ; Jia Li, ; Michelle Newman, ; James Wang,
155Decoding the Perception of Sincerity in Written DialoguesCodruta Girlea*, UIUC; Roxana Girju, UIUC
156DeepBreath: Deep Learning of Breathing Patterns for Automatic Stress Recognition using Low-Cost Thermal Imaging in Unconstrained SettingsYoungjun Cho*, University College London; Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze, UCL; Simon Julier, University College London
157Comparing Virtual Reality with Computer Monitors as Rating Environments for Affective Dimensions in Social InteractionsGary McKeown*, Queen's University Belfast; Christine Spencer, Queen's University Belfast; Alex Patterson, Queen's University Belfast; Thomas Creaney, Queen's University Belfast; Damien Dupre, Queen's University Belfast
158Toward Active and Unobtrusive Engagement Assessment of Distance LearnersBrandon Booth*, University of Southern Califor; Asem Ali, UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE; Shrikanth Narayanan, University of Southern California; Ian Bennett , The Spirituality Network, Inc.; aly Farag, UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE
159Grounded emotionsVicki Liu, University of Michigan; Carmen Banea*, University of Michigan; Rada Mihalcea, University of Michigan
160DCNN and DNN Based Multi-modal Depression RecognitionLe Yang, Northwestern polytechnical uni; Dongmei Jiang*, Northwestern Polytechnical University(NPU); Wenjing Han, Samsung R&D Institute of China - Beijing (SRC-B); Hichem Sahli, Vrije Universiteit Brussel(VUB)
161Visual Attention in Schizophrenia: Eye Contact and Gaze Aversion during Clinical InteractionsAlexandria Vail*, Carnegie Mellon University; Tadas Baltrusaitis, Carnegie Mellon; Luciana Pennant, Harvard Medical School; Elizabeth Liebson, Harvard Medical School; Justin Baker, Harvard Medical School; Louis-Philippe Morency, Carnegie Mellon University
163Heart Rate Estimation From Facial Videos For Depression AnalysisAamir Mustafa, National Institute of Technology, Srinagar; Shalini Bhatia*, University of Canberra; Munawar Hayat, University of Canberra; Roland Goecke, University of Canberra
167Automated Video Interview Judgment on a Large-Sized Corpus Collected OnlineLei Chen*, Educational Testing Service; Ru Zhao, University of Rochester; Chee Wee Leong, Educational Testing Service; Blair Lehman, Educational Testing Service; Gary Feng, Educational Testing Service; Mohammed (Ehsan) Hoque, University of Rochester
170GIFGIF+: Collecting Emotional Animated GIFs with Clustered Multi-Task LearningWeixuan Chen*, MIT; Ognjen Rudovic, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Rosalind Picard, MIT
173Modeling variable length phoneme sequences - a step towards lexical information for speech emotion recognition in wider worldKalani Wataraka Gamage*, University of New South Wales; Vidhyasaharan Sethu, University of New South Wales; Eliathamby Ambikairajah, UNSW Sydney
174An Exploratory Study of Population Differences based on Massive Database of Physiological Responses to MusicWei Huang*, Virginia Tech; Benjamin Knapp, Virginia Tech
176Investigating Gender Differences in Temporal Dynamics during an Iterated Social Dilemma: an Automatic Analysis Using NetworksGiota Stratou*, USC-ICT; Rens Hoegen, USC-ICT; Gale Lucas, ICT; Jonathan Gratch, University of Southern California
182Spontaneous and posed smile recognition based on spatial and temporal patterns of facial EMGMonica Perusquía Hernández*, University of Tsukuba; Mazakasu Hirokawa, ; Kenji Suzuki,
183Using Natural Language Processing Tools to Develop Complex Models of Student EngagementStefan Slater*, University of Pennsylvania; Jaclyn Ocumpaugh, University of Pennsylvania; Ma. Victoria Almeda, Teachers College Columbia University; Laura Allen, Arizona State University; Neil Heffernan, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Ryan Baker, University of Pennsylvania
185The Dance of Emotion: Demonstrating Ubiquitous Understanding of Human Motion and Emotion in Support of Human Computer InteractionCaitlin Sikora*, NYU; Winslow Burleson, NYU