Celso M. de Melo, Ph.D.

2012 Computer Science University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Social Psychology
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Jonathan Gratch grad student 2012 USC
 (The interpersonal effect of emotion in decision-making and social dilemmas.)
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de Melo CM, Terada K, Santos FC. (2021) Emotion expressions shape human social norms and reputations. Iscience. 24: 102141
de Melo CM, Gratch J, Krueger F. (2021) Heuristic Thinking and Altruism towards Machines in People Impacted by Covid-19. Iscience. 102228
de Melo CM, Marsella S, Gratch J. (2020) Risk of Injury in Moral Dilemmas With Autonomous Vehicles. Frontiers in Robotics and Ai. 7: 572529
de Melo CM, Terada K. (2020) The interplay of emotion expressions and strategy in promoting cooperation in the iterated prisoner's dilemma. Scientific Reports. 10: 14959
de Melo CM, Terada K. (2019) Cooperation with autonomous machines through culture and emotion. Plos One. 14: e0224758
de Melo CM, Marsella S, Gratch J. (2019) Human Cooperation When Acting Through Autonomous Machines. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 116: 3482-3487
De Melo CM, Gratch J, Carnevale PJ. (2015) Humans versus computers: Impact of emotion expressions on people's decision making Ieee Transactions On Affective Computing. 6: 127-136
De Melo CM, Gratch J. (2015) People show envy, not guilt, when making decisions with machines 2015 International Conference On Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction, Acii 2015. 315-321
Wang Y, Lucas G, Khooshabeh P, et al. (2015) Effects of emotional expressions on persuasion Social Influence
Choi A, De Melo CM, Khooshabeh P, et al. (2015) Physiological evidence for a dual process model of the social effects of emotion in computers International Journal of Human Computer Studies. 74: 41-53
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