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Lin-Lin Chen <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 5 Sep 2009 02:15:11 -0400
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International Journal of Design: Special Issue on Design & Emotion

Dear Colleague, 

I am pleased to announce the publication of Volume 3, Issue 2 of the 
International Journal of Design: Special Issue on Design & Emotion. The table 
of contents is listed at the end of this email. All contents are freely available 
online. You can read, download, or forward these articles to your colleagues.

The journal is now indexed in the DAAI Design and Applied Arts Index and the 
Ergonomics Abstracts. According to Google Scholar, the 47 articles published 
so far has been cited 112 times. The journal statistics for the period up to 
August is summarized at 

I would also like to particularly thank Don Norman for the wonderful 
recommendation in his highly influential website 

We sincerely invite you to submit your best work to the International Journal 
of Design. Please refer to Author Guidelines online at

Best Regards,

Lin-Lin Chen


International Journal of Design
Vol. 3(2) August 2009 | Table of Contents 

Special Issue Editorial: Design & Emotion 
Pieter Desmet , Paul Hekkert 

Special Issue on Design & Emotion 
Emotions by Design: A Consumer Perspective 
Ravindra Chitturi 

Symbolic Meaning Integration in Design and its Influence on Product and Brand 
Thomas Van Rompay , Ad Pruyn , Peter Tieke 

Bloody Robots as Emotional Design: How Emotional Structures May Change 
Expectations of Technology Use in Hospitals 
Thomas Markussen 

Appraisal Patterns of Emotions in Human-Product Interaction 
Erdem Demir , Pieter M. A. Desmet , Paul P. M. Hekkert 

Comparing Thermographic, EEG, and Subjective Measures of Affective 
Experience During Simulated Product Interactions 
Sean Jenkins , Raymond Brown , Neil Rutterford 

Exploring Relationships between Touch Perception and Surface Physical 
Xiaojuan Chen , Fei Shao , Cathy Barnes , Tom Childs , Brian Henson 

Approachability: How People Interpret Automatic Door Movement as Gesture 
Wendy Ju , Leila Takayama  

Design Case Studies

Contemporary Ceramic Design for Meaningful Interaction and Emotional 
Durability: A Case Study 
Emma Lacey 

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