Concepts and Evaluation of Psychological Models of Empathy
|Professorship/Faculty:||General Psychology and Methodology ; Personality Psychology and Psychological Assessment||Authors:||Enz, Sibylle; Zoll, Carsten; Diruf, Martin||Alternative Title:||Concepts and Evaluation of Psychological Models of Empathy||Corporate Body:||AAMAS - International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems|
|Publisher Information:||Bamberg : opus||Year of publication:||2009||Pages / Size:||7 S.||Language(s):||English||Licence:||German Act on Copyright||URN:||urn:nbn:de:bvb:473-opus-2078||Document Type:||Preprint||Abstract:||
This paper provides an overview over contemporary empathy research, including concepts and definitions as well as descriptions of empathic processes and outcomes. Based on these theoretical foundations, three different approaches to model empathy are described: a low-level computational approach, an OCC-based approach, and an empathy model inspired by PSI, a general psychological theory of psychic functioning. Ideas on how these models could be implemented in agents are discussed and preliminary efforts to evaluate the plausibility and believability of the empathic processes and outcomes are drafted.
|Keywords:||Empathie, Psychologische Modellierung, Evaluation, Empathy, Psychological Modeling, Evaluation, Empathie, Psychologische Modellierung, Evaluation, Empathy, Psychological Modeling,||DDC Classification:||150 Psychology||RVK Classification:||CP 4000||URI:||https://fis.uni-bamberg.de/handle/uniba/174||Release Date:||19. April 2012|