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A Study on The Correlation Between Ego-state and Five Factor Model for Game Character's Personality
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A Study on The Correlation Between Ego-state and Five Factor Model for Game Character's Personality
Kim, Mi-Sun; Ko, Il-Ju;
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 Abstract
As the importance of realistic game character in order to cause the interest of player is increased, it is necessary to develop the character that acts like a man by applying the human characteristics in the step of game character design. Formerly, there is a limit to create the human-like character because there is no set the character's personality in the game developing level. In this paper, therefore, we propose the correlation between Five Factor Model and Ego-state for game character. Five Factor Model and Ego-state are theories about person's characteristic. Five Factor Model is personality description method. Ego-state has an emphasis on internal mental processes directly from observable behaviors. In this regard, these theories could be used to the character defined its personality and designed to act by personality. To do this, it needs to determine the relations between Five Factor Model and Ego-state. Therefore we seek for the relations between two theories using Adjective Check List(ACL) and analysis their results with surveys. In the future, it is expected to construct a personality model using these analysis results, and develop the character based on realistic behavior.
 Keywords
Game Character;Personality;Five Factor Model;Transactional Analysis;Ego-state;
 Language
Korean
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