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Modeling Imitational Behavior via Social Comparison Theory (Extended Abstract)

Natalie Fridman and Gal A. Kaminka. Modeling Imitational Behavior via Social Comparison Theory (Extended Abstract) . In C. Pelachaud, J. Martin, E. Andre, G. Chollet, K. Karpouzis, and D. Pele, editors, Intelligent Virtual Agents 2007 , LNAI, pp. 377–378, Springer-Verlag, 2007.

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Abstract

Modeling crowd behaviors is an important challenge for intelligent virtual agents. We propose a general cognitive model of simulating crowd behaviors, based on Festinger's Social Comparison Theory (SCT), a prominent social psychology theory. We present the use of the SCT model (using the Soar cognitive architecture) in the generation of imitational behavior in loosely-coupled groups and show that SCT generates behavior more in-tune with human crowd behavior.

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@InCollection{iva07,
 author = 	{Natalie Fridman and Gal A. Kaminka},
 title = {Modeling Imitational Behavior via Social Comparison Theory (Extended Abstract) },
 booktitle = {Intelligent Virtual Agents 2007 },
 pages = {377--378},
 publisher = {Springer-Verlag},
 year = {2007},
 abstract = {Modeling crowd behaviors is an important challenge for intelligent 
virtual agents. We propose a general cognitive model of simulating crowd behaviors, based on  Festinger's Social Comparison Theory (SCT), a prominent social psychology theory. We 
present the use of the SCT model (using the Soar cognitive architecture) in the 
generation of imitational behavior in loosely-coupled groups and show that SCT generates 
behavior more in-tune with human crowd behavior. },
  wwwnote = {},
  editor =  {C. Pelachaud and J. Martin and E. Andre and G. Chollet and K. Karpouzis and D. Pele},
  volume = {4722},
  series = {{LNAI}},
}

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