Presentation 2012-10-27
Effects of impression change of interface agents to human memory
Tsuyoshi KUBOTA, Eiichi OSAWA,
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Abstract(in English) It is well recognized that not only verbal information, but also nonverbal information including facial expression, gestures, moods play important roles in human communication. Some studies show that the ratio of the nonverbal information occupies more than the half of total information used in human communication. Also, some studies present that emotion has certain effects on human memory. It is said that the stronger expressed level of emotion is, the better memory is. In this paper we study the effect of impression of interface agent to the memory of users. We use interface agent with facial expression and gestures in computer supported learning system, and examine the relationship between facial expression of interface agent and the human memory. The result shows that interface agent with facial expression enhances the memory of human users.
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Keyword(in English) interface / expression / memory
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Title (in English) Effects of impression change of interface agents to human memory
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Keyword(1) interface
Keyword(2) expression
Keyword(3) memory
1st Author's Name Tsuyoshi KUBOTA
1st Author's Affiliation Graduate School of Systems Information Science, Future University Hakodate()
2nd Author's Name Eiichi OSAWA
2nd Author's Affiliation Department of Complex and Intelligent Systems, Future University Hakodate
Date 2012-10-27
Paper # TL2012-29,NLC2012-28
Volume (vol) vol.112
Number (no) 267
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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