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Measuring realistic and symbolic threats of COVID-19 and their unique impacts on well-being and adherence to public health behaviors
FJ Kachanoff, YE Bigman, K Kapsaskis, K Gray
Social Psychological and Personality Science 12 (5), 603-616, 2021
1532021
Identifying emotions from walking using affective and deep features
T Randhavane, U Bhattacharya, K Kapsaskis, K Gray, A Bera, D Manocha
arXiv preprint arXiv:1906.11884, 2019
482019
Take an emotion walk: Perceiving emotions from gaits using hierarchical attention pooling and affective mapping
U Bhattacharya, C Roncal, T Mittal, R Chandra, K Kapsaskis, K Gray, ...
European Conference on Computer Vision, 145-163, 2020
242020
Eva: Generating emotional behavior of virtual agents using expressive features of gait and gaze
T Randhavane, A Bera, K Kapsaskis, R Sheth, K Gray, D Manocha
ACM symposium on applied perception 2019, 1-10, 2019
222019
FVA: Modeling Perceived Friendliness of Virtual Agents Using Movement Characteristics
T Randhavane, A Bera, K Kapsaskis, K Gray, D Manocha
IEEE transactions on visualization and computer graphics 25 (11), 3135-3145, 2019
182019
The Liar's Walk: Detecting Deception with Gait and Gesture
T Randhavane, U Bhattacharya, K Kapsaskis, K Gray, A Bera, D Manocha
arXiv preprint arXiv:1912.06874, 2019
162019
The emotionally intelligent robot: Improving social navigation in crowded environments
A Bera, T Randhavane, R Prinja, K Kapsaskis, A Wang, K Gray, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1903.03217, 2019
162019
It’sa match: Task assignment in human–robot collaboration depends on mind perception
E Wiese, PP Weis, Y Bigman, K Kapsaskis, K Gray
International Journal of Social Robotics 14 (1), 141-148, 2022
112022
Learning perceived emotion using affective and deep features for mental health applications
T Randhavane, U Bhattacharya, K Kapsaskis, K Gray, A Bera, D Manocha
2019 IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality Adjunct …, 2019
82019
How are you feeling? multimodal emotion learning for socially-assistive robot navigation
A Bera, T Randhavane, R Prinja, K Kapsaskis, A Wang, K Gray, ...
2020 15th IEEE International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture …, 2020
72020
Measuring Realistic and Symbolic Threats of COVID-19 and Their Unique Impacts on Well-Being and Adherence to Public Health Behaviors (Jul, 10.1177/1948550620931634, 2020)
FJ Kachanoff, YE Bigman, K Kapsaskis, K Gray
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2-2, 2020
72020
Measuring two distinct psychological threats of COVID-19 and their unique impacts on wellbeing and adherence to public health behaviors. 2020
FJ Kachanoff, YE Bigman, K Kapsaskis, K Gray
Avialable at: https://www. ethicalpsychology. com/2020/05/measuring-two …, 0
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Realistic and symbolic threats of COVID-19
F Kachanoff, YE Bigman, K Kapsaskis, K Gray
Preprint]. PsyArXiv, https://doi. org/10.31234/osf. io/5zr3w, 2020
12020
Learning Gait Emotions Using Affective and Deep Features
T Randhavane, U Bhattacharya, P Kabra, K Kapsaskis, K Gray, ...
Proceedings of the 15th ACM SIGGRAPH Conference on Motion, Interaction and …, 2022
2022
WORKING DRAFT–NOT PEER-REVIEWED
F Kachanoff, YE Bigman, K Kapsaskis, K Gray
2020
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