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PERSEED: a Self-based Model of Personality for Virtual Agents Inspired by Socio-cognitive Theories

Abstract : Consistency and coherence in behaviors are key concepts for creating believable virtual agents. Personality is described by psychology as a set of stable and individualized behaviors. Thus, endowing agents with a personality can help agents to exhibit consistent behaviors. In this paper, we suggest using a socio-cognitive perspective to build a model of personality for virtual agents and to highlight some of the personality structures and processes. Because many researchers in personality psychology emphasize the role of the self in personality, we propose PERSEED, a conceptual model of personality that is based on self-regulation theories.
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Caroline Faur, Céline Clavel, Sylvie Pesty, Jean-Claude Martin. PERSEED: a Self-based Model of Personality for Virtual Agents Inspired by Socio-cognitive Theories. ACII 2013 - Humaine Association Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction, Sep 2013, Geneva, Switzerland. pp.467-472, ⟨10.1109/ACII.2013.83⟩. ⟨hal-00947920⟩

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