About this Research Topic
Psychology has the nature of social science, which can explain many social processes and social problems. The psychological model is an internal representation of how the system should work, and it is a part of the long-term memory system. Users rely on the psychological model for reasoning and mental simulation to predict the results of various operations, thus having the corresponding interaction behavior. Because the user's psychological model is often incomplete or wrong, it may have wrong behavior and bad interaction experience. In the process of HCI, a human is inevitably accompanied by a variety of psychological needs and emotional state changes. With the development of emotional computing, physiological computing, wearable computing, and other technical means, the future computer can more accurately and instantly identify human emotions, which is expected to make HCI more vivid, harmonious, and natural. When interacting with virtual individuals, designers usually choose preset programs to better understand the user's emotional state. When interacting with the robot, it tends to be more open, so it becomes more challenging for the robot to perceive the user's emotional state. However, these problems have been improved, such as visual, voice, or physiological cues to help the robot recognize the user's emotional state.
Based on cognitive psychology, the combination of HCI and psychological model in the intelligent era is of great theoretical significance for broadening cognitive psychology research, promoting the intersection of design, cognition, and human factors engineering. This Research Topic mainly collects the research on the human-computer psychological model, and collects original research papers with forward-looking, innovative, exploratory, and cross-cutting nature, for scholars in many fields to exchange. This Research Topic hopes to better guide the research and design of HCI in the intelligent era.
Topics applicable to this Research Topic include but are not limited to:
• Psychological Risk Analysis based on Emotion Recognition of HCI
• Psychological Model of Human-Computer Cooperation from the Perspective of Social Cognition in the Intelligence Era
• Effectiveness of Anthropomorphism in HCI from the Perspective of Psychology
• Emotional Psychological Analysis based on HCI in Artistic Expression
• User-oriented Psychological Model in Interactive Art Design
• Application of HCI based on Psychological Model in Art Design
• Psychological Model Matching in Knowledge Interface Interaction under Artificial Intelligence
• Psychological model of Situational Decision-making in HCI under Sociology
• Product Interaction Design based on Sociological Perspective
• Application of Psychology in HCI in Art Design
Keywords: User-oriented Psychological Model, Art Psychology, Social Psychology, Interaction Design, Cognitive Psychology
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