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Using Linguistic Cues for the Automatic Recognition of Personality in Conversation and Text

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Using Linguistic Cues for the Automatic Recognition of Personality in Conversation and Text
It is well known that utterances convey a great deal of information about the speaker in addition to their semantic content. One such type of information consists of cues to the speaker’s personality traits, the most fundamental dimension of variation between humans. Recent work explores the automatic detection of other types of pragmatic variation in text and conversation, such as emotion, deception, speaker charisma, dominance, point of view, subjectivity, opinion and sentiment. Personality affects these other aspects of linguistic production, and thus personality recognition may be useful for these tasks, in addition to many other potential applications. However, to date, there is little work on the automatic recognition of personality traits. This article reports experimental results for recognition of all Big Five personality traits, in both conversation and text, utilising both self and observer ratings of personality. While other work reports classification results, we expe...
François Mairesse, Marilyn A. Walker, Matth
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where JAIR
Authors François Mairesse, Marilyn A. Walker, Matthias R. Mehl, Roger K. Moore
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