Coping with Bullying: A Computational Emotion-Theoretic Account

Nicholas WilsonDCS Corporation, Alexandria, VA, USA
Ron SunRensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Abstract

This paper describes a computational emotion-theoretic model (i.e., Clarion-E) used to capture the dynamics of appraisal and coping by victims of school bullying. It provides an over-view of recent research concerning bullying appraisals and coping strategies by students who reported themselves as being the victims of school bullying. It also demonstrates how such processes may be expressed computationally.

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