Empathy through the visualization of emotions: Story of a Toltec prince
Wednesday, November 6 1:45 PM-2:15 PM Location: Bacchus
Presider: Mary Jo Parker, University of Houston-Downtown, United States
Abstract: within cognitive science we are interested in using models that allow us to improve knowledge of cognition. In this work, the design of a behavior is developed involving a methodology that allows us to set up a cognitive model that also takes into consideration the cognitive structure of emotions. The model is located in a small story of the life of a Toltec prince called 'Citlalcóatl'. The story of the character is inspired by the elements of adventure videogames genre, with emphasis on the use of narrative and its ability to tell stories. Through the emotions of the prince is intended to achieve empathy in the user which will allow transmitting values of life. The above considering a generic user framework between 16-18 years old.