Year: 2012

Investigating the Influence of Virtual Peers as Dialect Models on Students’ Prosodic Inventory

Finkelstein, S., Scherer, S., Ogan, A., Morency, L.P., Cassell, J. (2012) “Investigating the Influence of Virtual Peers as Dialect Models on Students’ Prosodic Inventory”. in Proceedings of WOCCI (Workshop on Child-Computer Interfaces) at INTERSPEECH 2013, September 14-15, 2012, Portland, OR.

  • Culture
  • Dialect
  • Embodied Conversational Agents
  • Multimodal
  • Virtual Peers

Oh Dear Stacy! Social Interaction, Elaboration, and Learning with Teachable Agents

Ogan, A., Finkelstein, S., Mayfield, E., Matsuda, N., Cassell, J. (2012) “Oh Dear Stacy! Social Interaction, Elaboration, and Learning with Teachable Agents” in Proceedings of CHI 2012, May 5-10, 2010, Austin, TX. [PDF]

  • Education
  • Embodied Conversational Agents
  • Peers
  • Rapport
  • Virtual Peers

Rudeness and rapport: Insults and learning gains in peer tutoring

Finkelstein, S., Ogan, A., Walker, E., Muller, R., Cassell, J. (2012) “Rudeness and rapport: Insults and learning gains in peer tutoring” in Proceedings of ntelligent Tutoring Systems, Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

  • Computational Models of Behavior
  • Education
  • Embodied Conversational Agents
  • Rapport
  • Virtual Peers

Love Ya Jerkface!”: using sparse log-linear models to build positive (and impolite) relationships with teens.

Wang, W., Finkelstein, S., Ogan, A., Black, A., Cassell, J. (2012) “Love Ya Jerkface!”: using sparse log-linear models to build positive (and impolite) relationships with teens.” in Proceedings of the 13th annual SIGDIAL Meeting on Discourse and Dialogue (SIGDIAL 2012), July 5-6, Seoul, Korea.

  • Computational Models of Behavior
  • Machine Learning
  • Rapport
date