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A survey on intrinsic motivation in reinforcement learning [article]

Arthur Aubret, Laetitia Matignon, Salima Hassas
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In this article, we provide a survey on the role of intrinsic motivation in DRL.  ...  addressed by intrinsic motivation (IM).  ...  Our study also suggests that each block can be learned with a reinforcement learning algorithm and a module generating the intrinsic reward.  ... 
arXiv:1908.06976v2 fatcat:xxi3jgdtbjakvprzgkpbpohllu

Effects of Extrinsic Reinforcement for Reading During Childhood on Reported Reading Habits of College Students

Stephen R. Flora, David B. Flora
1999 The Psychological Record  
College students were surveyed about the amount they read per week, their intrinsic interest in reading , if they participated in the Book It!  ...  If they participated in Book It! and/or were paid to read , they were also asked what effects these factors had on their learning to read , their enjoyment of reading, and on the amount they read.  ...  Participants were asked to mark male or female on the front of the survey and then to complete the survey in order.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03395303 fatcat:tfy4hdf5ibh4rprsdyfvf7esy4

Toward Computational Motivation for Multi-Agent Systems and Swarms

Md Mohiuddin Khan, Kathryn Kasmarik, Michael Barlow
2018 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
However, there are only a few works that focus on motivation theories in multi-agent or swarm settings.  ...  Motivation is a crucial part of animal and human mental development, fostering competence, autonomy, and open-ended development.  ...  to reinforcement learning Merrick, 2017 Intrinsic motivation is surveyed as a part of computational value systems Roohi et al., 2018 Intrinsic motivation is surveyed as a tool to build player models  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2018.00134 pmid:33501012 pmcid:PMC7806096 fatcat:afbsmnodtbdgvhgyzsbykdwniu

A Case Study of American and Chinese College Students' Motivation Differences in Online Learning Environment

Chunjuan Zhao, Zongxiang Mei
2016 Journal of Education and Learning  
This study, based on a survey of 162 students from West Virginia University and 210 students from Fudan University, China, revealed that there was a significant learning motivation difference between American  ...  <p>Motivating students has been a key challenge facing instructors in non-face-to-face instructional contexts.  ...  Based on a survey on students in Japan who are educated in a score-oriented culture, Wilson's study (2001) reveals that "the premium on academic success in rote-learning educational model is perceived  ... 
doi:10.5539/jel.v5n4p104 fatcat:qkg3nkvurfgf7gt7q4bj77jrhq

Autotelic Agents with Intrinsically Motivated Goal-Conditioned Reinforcement Learning: a Short Survey [article]

Cédric Colas, Tristan Karch, Olivier Sigaud, Pierre-Yves Oudeyer
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In recent years, the convergence of developmental approaches with deep reinforcement learning (RL) methods has been leading to the emergence of a new field: developmental reinforcement learning.  ...  The present paper introduces developmental RL and proposes a computational framework based on goal-conditioned RL to tackle the intrinsically motivated skills acquisition problem.  ...  We finally close the survey on a discussion of open challenges for developmental reinforcement learning (Section 7).  ... 
arXiv:2012.09830v6 fatcat:6kxyccmfr5evdm352qiwt3ch5a

Emotion in reinforcement learning agents and robots: a survey

Thomas M. Moerland, Joost Broekens, Catholijn M. Jonker
2017 Machine Learning  
This article provides the first survey of computational models of emotion in reinforcement learning (RL) agents. The survey focuses on agent/robot emotions, and mostly ignores human user emotions.  ...  Lastly, it allows affective modelling (AM) researchers to investigate their emotion theories in a successful AI agent class. This survey provides background on emotion theory and RL.  ...  Introduction This survey systematically covers the literature on computational models of emotion in reinforcement learning (RL) agents.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10994-017-5666-0 fatcat:4sobongezfewbkppkbhbi6aqk4

Hierarchical principles of embodied reinforcement learning: A review [article]

Manfred Eppe, Christian Gumbsch, Matthias Kerzel, Phuong D.H. Nguyen, Martin V. Butz, Stefan Wermter
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Among the most promising computational approaches to provide comparable learning-based problem-solving abilities for artificial agents and robots is hierarchical reinforcement learning.  ...  There exists pressing evidence that the cognitive mechanisms that enable problem-solving skills in these species build on hierarchical mental representations.  ...  Reinforcement learning typically models intrinsic motivation through intrinsic rewards.  ... 
arXiv:2012.10147v1 fatcat:dfkdehyz2rggtimmlcmtvycpxe

Using Individual Positive Reinforcement Strategies to Enhance Task Completion in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

2017 American Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences  
In many cases, instead of completing a directed task they might instead not engage in the activity, making it difficult to teach them and keep them on task and learning.  ...  Studying positive reinforcement techniques in the absence of a measurable outcome is useless, I soon realized.  ...  It also seems to suggest that I should be wary of relying too heavily on positive reinforcement techniques, as they can result in decreased intrinsic motivation.  ... 
doi:10.21694/2378-7031.17001 fatcat:b3votmirtnhqnpbhd3wwz5ci5a

A Review of the Relationship between Novelty, Intrinsic Motivation and Reinforcement Learning

Nazmul Siddique, Paresh Dhakan, Inaki Rano, Kathryn Merrick
2017 Paladyn: Journal of Behavioral Robotics  
on intrinsic motivation in producing a reward function.  ...  This paper presents a review on the tri-partite relationship between novelty, intrinsic motivation and reinforcement learning.  ...  Section 4 will present the results of a survey into reinforcement learning and its relationship with intrinsic motivation.  ... 
doi:10.1515/pjbr-2017-0004 fatcat:n7cboddnezcvflhmwo572wn2ku

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation as Extralinguistics Factors in Second Language Learning Among Foreign Students in Five Universities of Malaysia

Rohaidah Kamaruddin, Sharil Nizam Sha'ri, Aqmar Hayati Ahamd Ghazali, Rahimah Hamdan
2017 Journal of US-China Public Administration  
As a continuation of these efforts, researchers are trying to analyze the most dominant factor in the intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in learning a second language.  ...  Being aware of this fact, the researchers have conducted a study on dominant second language extralinguistic factors in learning a second language.  ...  Extrinsic Motivation Findings of the survey on extrinsic motivation in Malay language learning are listed in following Figure 2 and the interpretation is in Table 2 .  ... 
doi:10.17265/1548-6591/2017.01.003 fatcat:ni3x34ggdbhincghgqjc5gffce

Page 1703 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 86, Issue 5 [page]

1999 Psychological Abstracts  
This effect on global (overall) reinforcement rate was gradual and difficult to perceive by comparison with the (opposed) difference in points between the two alternatives on a given trial (local rate)  ...  —Examined primary motivations (educational vs recreational) and social orientations (intrinsic vs altruistic) of zoo visitors. Survey data were collected from 447 adult visitors.  ... 

Modeling Intrinsic Motivation in ACT-R

Kazuma Nagashima, Junya Morita, Yugo Takeuchi
2021 Transactions of the Japanese society for artificial intelligence  
To date, many studies concerned with intrinsic motivation in humans and artificial agents based on a reinforcement learning framework have been conducted.  ...  We made them learn in multiple-breadth maze environments while manipulating the strength of intellectual curiosity, which is a type of intrinsic motivation.  ...  Summary To date, many studies concerned with intrinsic motivation in humans and artificial agents based on a reinforcement learning framework have been conducted.  ... 
doi:10.1527/tjsai.36-5_ag21-e fatcat:w5kojot765cwpbmwujgewksvbe

Exploring the Role of Motivation in English Language Teaching: Learners and Teachers Perspective

Muhammad Ajmal Et al.
2021 Psychology (Savannah, Ga.)  
It highlights the fact if extrinsic motivation is likely to have an impact on the learning process of a student stronger than intrinsic motivation, or both types of motivations have a significant role  ...  The study also focuses on the role of a teacher in building a conducive environment to sustain a healthy competition in teaching a second language.  ...  learn English as a second language and that there was a significant difference in the scores achieved in proficiency tests by those that were intrinsically motivated and those that were extrinsically motivated  ... 
doi:10.17762/pae.v58i1.804 fatcat:kvlmwb7aqnalxl6ubfx4jqochq

The Effects of Blended Learning on the Intrinsic Motivation of Thai EFL Students

Usaporn Sucaromana
2013 English Language Teaching  
Finally, the students who were taught using blended learning had significantly higher levels of intrinsic motivation for learning English and a better attitude towards English as a subject, as well as  ...  The students had significantly higher levels of intrinsic motivation for learning English, a better attitude towards English as a subject, and better satisfaction with the learning climate after they were  ...  As presented in Table 2 , pre-and post-test scores on the intrinsic motivation for learning English survey are significantly correlated (p<.01), as are the pre-and post-test scores on the attitudes towards  ... 
doi:10.5539/elt.v6n5p141 fatcat:pwayxfds2ndzrixaijpti7lrwa

Comparison of Academic Motivation in Different Phases of Optometry Studies

Noor Halilah Buari, Hendrry Win Alim
2020 Environment-Behaviour Proceedings Journal (E-BPJ)  
The online survey found that a significant variation of academic motivation occurred in four different phases of Optometry studies.  ...  The changes in motivation cause an impact on students' behavior related to academic success.  ...  Thus, it would benefit both students and educator in helping the student to cope with the academic matters.  ... 
doi:10.21834/ebpj.v5i15.2496 fatcat:zysarr5uwrgd3lobyycoezjaom
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