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Measurement of Emotional Transition Using Physiological Signals of Audiences

관객의 생체신호 분석을 통한 감성 변화

  • 김완석 (숭실대학교 대학원 미디어학과) ;
  • 함준석 (숭실대학교 대학원 미디어학과) ;
  • 손충연 (숭실대학교 대학원 미디어학과) ;
  • 윤재선 (숭실대학교 대학원 미디어학과) ;
  • 임찬 (숭실대학교 미디어학부) ;
  • 고일주 (숭실대학교 미디어학부)
  • Received : 2010.05.24
  • Accepted : 2010.07.20
  • Published : 2010.08.28

Abstract

Audience observing visual media with care experience lots of emotional transition according to characteristics of media. Enjoy, sadness, surprising, etc, a variety of emotional state of audiences is often arranged by James Russell's 'A circumplex model of affect' utilized on psychology. Especially, in various emotions, 'Uncanny' mentioned by Sigmund Freud is represented a sharp medium existing in a crack of clearly emotional conception. Uncanny phenomenon is an emotional state of changing from unpleasant to pleasant on an audience observing visual media is been aware of immoral media generally, therefore, because this is a positive state on a social taboo, we need to analyze with a scientific analysis clearly. Therefore, this study will organize James Russell's 'A circumplex model of affect' and uncanny phenomenon, will be progressed to establish a hypothesis about a state of uncanny on audiences observing visual media and analyze results of the physiological signals experiment based on ECG(Electronic Cardiogram), GSR(Galvanic Skin Response) signals with distribution, distance, and moving time in a circumplex model of affect.

Keywords

Physiological Signals;A Circumplex Model of Affect;Uncanny

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 숭실대학교 BK21 디지털영상산학공동사업단

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