Agnieszka Czoska

Agnieszka Czoska
Adam Mickiewicz University | UAM · Institute of Psychology

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October 2010 - present
Adam Mickiewicz University
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Publications (16)
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Introduction: Vaccinations are referred to as one of the greatest achievements of modern medicine. However, their effectiveness is also constantly denied by certain groups in society. This results in an ongoing dispute that has been gradually moving online in the last few years due to the development of technology. Our study aimed to utilize social...
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Presentation for the article: Propagation of emotions, arousal and polarity in WordNet using Heterogeneous Structured Synset Embeddings
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In this paper we present a novel method for emotive propagation in a wordnet based on a large emotive seed. We introduce a sense-level emotive lexicon annotated with polarity, arousal and emotions. The data were annotated as a part of a large study involving over 20,000 participants. A total of 30,000 lexical units in Polish WordNet were described...
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In this article, we present a novel multidomain dataset of Polish text reviews. The data were annotated as part of a large study involving over 20,000 participants. A total of 7,000 texts were described with metadata, each text received about 25 annotations concerning polarity, arousal and eight basic emotions, marked on a multilevel scale. We pres...
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The usage and meaning of mentioned (wspomniany) and described (opisany) metatext markers in Polish scientific texts Metatext markers (MMs) are defined as expressions used in a text to inform readers of its structure or relations between its elements (Fraser, 1999; Goldman & Rakestraw, 2000; Schiffrin, 1988). In this paper the usage of two MMs "men...
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Interlocutors in a conversation influence each other in a number of dimensions. This process may lead to observable changes in their communicative behaviour. The directions and profiles of these changes are often correlated with the quality of interaction and may predict its success. In the present study, the gestural component of communication is...
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W artykule przedstawiono model spójności komunikatu multimodalnego skonstruowany z perspektywy modelu przetwarzania tekstu Event-Indexing Model. Podejście to pozwala na wyróżnienie dwóch perspektyw analizy spójności komunikatu multimodalnego: paralelnej oraz sekwencyjnej. Umożliwia także porównanie stopnia spójności różnych typów komunikatów multim...
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According to many definitions of metatext markers (MM), those text elements are used by authors to guide a reader through a text by explicitly describing the structure of the text, relations between the text elements or announcing in advance what is going to appear in the text. The aim of this study is to test whether MM evoke expectations and thus...
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In this paper, some measures of cross-modal interactions are proposed and implemented in the analysis of a multimodal corpus of task-oriented dialogues. The corpus includes multi- level annotations of speakers’ verbal and gestural behaviour, e.g., hand gestures, gaze direction, utterance content or intonational phrasing. A moving time-window approa...
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Conversational parties tend to mutually adapt their communicative behaviour in a number of dimensions, from the level of physical aspects of speech signal and gesture, utterance properties, up to the level of mental representations. In the present study, an attempt is made to track the process of convergence in the temporal domain both as a global...
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We present an application of Framework for Analysis of Multimodal Message Coherence (FAMC) to a pilot study on live report (LR) coherence impact on audience’s memory and impressions. The study participants (6) were asked to watch LR with or without coherence manipulation and asked to recall key information and unusual elements from LR. FAMC is base...
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The article presents a study of the use of metatext markers for signalling the structure of television live report. The study is aimed at analysing how reporters organize their messages with metatextual elements. A corpus of live reports form polish news bulletins was used. The list of metatext markers was based on metadiscourse classifications by...
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The article presents an analysis of the usage frequency of different types of metatext markers in short scientific texts written in Polish. A well-known classification by Hyland (1998, 2005) was used with additional binary classifications by Bunton (1999) and Dahl (2004). Data mining was performed on the data using rule-generating algorithm OneRule...

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Our participants assess how intelligent, sexy, feminine, friendly and independent are the female characters after viewing their portraits. We are interested in the differences in the perception of positive and negative characters as well as the differences in answers between participants reading manga or not interested in the genre.
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Analyse, whether the presence of metatxt marker, namely a repetition cue, facilitates processing of the adjacent exact repetition or synonym. Alternatively, when there is no facilitation, whether the markers may be perceived as importance cues