Towards the Simulation of a Multi-Level Model of Human Emotions

Aurel Cami, Christine Lisetti, and Maarten Sierhuis

Recent psychological theories of emotion have explicitly focused on modeling the multiplicity of levels of the human emotion system. This increased interest in creating multi-level theories of emotion matches similar efforts in the area of cognitive architectures. In this paper we report our initial work toward integrating a psychological multi-level model of emotions with Brahms, a multi-agent system that is used to model and simulate work practice.

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