Emotion Modeling Research

The emotion modeling research project at Penn State has been conducted jointly by the College of Information Sciences and Technology (Prof. James Wang), the Department of Psychology (Profs. Reginald Adams, Jr. and Michelle Newman), and the Department of Statistics (Prof. Jia Li). The project was funded by the NSF from 2011 to 2017.

This page provides downloads for some of the datasets we created and used in our research. The original images are provided in a zip file to researchers needing the data to conduct relevant research. They cannot be directly downloaded from the site. Please email Dr. Wang (jwang at ist.psu.edu) to request if you are interested in any of the datasets.

Publication and Dataset 1 for ``An Investigation into Three Visual Characteristics of Complex Scenes that Evoke Human Emotion,'' Proceedings of the International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction, 2017.

Publication and Dataset 2 for ``Probabilistic Multigraph Modeling for Improving the Quality of Crowdsourced Affective Data,'' IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 2018.

Publication and Dataset 3 for ``Development and Validation of the Image Stimuli for Emotion Elicitation (ISEE): A Novel Affective Pictorial System with Test-Retest Repeatability,'' under review.

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