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Lexical Network Analysis on an Online Explanation Task: Effects of Affect and Embodiment of a Pedagogical Agent

Yugo HAYASHI
2016 IEICE transactions on information and systems  
This paper provides insight into capturing the behavior of humans performing online tasks, and it puts forward suggestions related to the design of an efficient online tutoring system using PCA.  ...  Yugo HAYASHI †a) , Member SUMMARY The present study investigated the performance of textbased explanation for a large number of learners in an online tutoring task guided by a Pedagogical Conversational  ...  For example, in [11] , the influence of positive versus negative PCA expressions in a human-human explanation task was investigated.  ... 
doi:10.1587/transinf.2015cbp0005 fatcat:brb7ein6mjeptnsyoxfto6yale

Effects of a partner's task on memory for content and source

Fruzsina Elekes, Natalie Sebanz
2020 Cognition  
Previous work has demonstrated that not only one's own goals, but also those of a task-partner can facilitate subsequent retrieval of goal-relevant lexical stimuli, known as the Joint Memory Effect (JME  ...  Human memories are malleable and often shaped by social interactions.  ...  Supplementary materials to this article, including analysis of participants' performance during the exposure phase, analysis of false memories and analysis of memory performance in the naive subsample  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2020.104221 pmid:32058100 fatcat:wyy4ibl5gvflrfdejvslyqzble

How Effective is Interactive Learning? Investigating Japanese University Students' Language Patterns in a Collaborative Writing Task

Mitsuyo Sakamoto
2018 IAFOR Journal of Language Learning  
This paper therefore argues that the extent of languaging is significantly influenced by affective factors.  ...  The task resulted in 54 topic strands. Each student was tracked to see if his/her language use reflected the output of others.  ...  Upon completion of the online writing task and after the online transcripts were analyzed (i.e., October), all subjects were invited to share orally in class their reaction towards the task.  ... 
doi:10.22492/ijll.3.2.05 fatcat:yp64hxauxrfoxjbnr6yjutkr7m

Tasks and timing in the perception of linguistic anomaly

Janet Dean Fodor, Weijia Ni, Stephen Crain, Donald Shankweiler
1996 Journal of Psycholinguistic Research  
This narrows the possible explanations for any delays that are observed in the use of pragmatic information for ambiguity resolution.  ...  Three experiments were conducted to investigate the relative timing of syntactic and pragmatic anomaly detection during sentence processing. Experiment 1 was an eye movement study.  ...  However, when the lexical decision RT data are analyzed for the two groups separately, it. appears that the comprehension tasks made an interesting (unanticipated) difference to lexical decision performance  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01708419 pmid:8789366 fatcat:c5kxucrdkbehjo35j3uvd26hau

Critical tasks in action: the role of the teacher in the implementation of tasks designed from a critical perspective

Leonardo Da Silva
2020 Ilha do Desterro  
In order to do so, this study focuses on the reflexive diaries of the teacher-researcher, in which he describes and reflects upon the implementation of a critical cycle of tasks designed for a group of  ...  study aims at investigating the role of the teacher during the implementation of a cycle of tasks designed from the perspectives of the Task-based Approach (Ellis, 2003) and of Critical Pedagogy (Freire  ...  Finally, such themes were analyzed and discussed in light of the theory of both task-based language teaching and Critical Pedagogy.  ... 
doi:10.5007/2175-8026.2020v73n1p109 fatcat:ywqtfi7fongndhlp4l7un7mj6q

Alternation-based generalizations are stored in the mental grammar: Evidence from a sorting task experiment

Florent Perek
2012 Cognitive Linguistics  
In our study, we devised a sorting task that subjects could resolve by relying on generalizations of either of these two kinds.  ...  This paper explores what status such pairs of constructions can be given in construction grammar, on the basis of a sorting task experiment.  ...  The locative variant construes the event as an action by the agent on the theme, causing it to move, whereas the with-variant construes it as an action affecting the location, and the motion of the theme  ... 
doi:10.1515/cog-2012-0018 fatcat:ka4jzulo3ngwhoaycs25532xyq

Differential recall of derived and inflected word forms in working memory: examining the role of morphological information in simple and complex working memory tasks

Elisabet Service, Sini Maury
2015 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
This was explored in a within-subjects Experiment 4 combining all three tasks. An interaction between morphological complexity and task was replicated.  ...  Working memory (WM) has been described as an interface between cognition and action, or a system for access to a limited amount of information needed in complex cognition.  ...  surface form frequencies in Finnish.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2014.01064 pmid:25642181 pmcid:PMC4295538 fatcat:sf35brmxbbdz7my4wwj5v5h6qi

The EVALITA Dependency Parsing Task: From 2007 to 2011 [chapter]

Cristina Bosco, Alessandro Mazzei
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this EVALITA edition, we received 30 expressions of interest, 55 registrations and 43 actual submissions to 8 proposed tasks distributed as follows:  ...  Established in 2007, EVALITA (http://www.evalita.it) is the evaluation campaign of Natural Language Processing and Speech Technologies for the Italian language, organized around shared tasks focusing on  ...  sharing of knowledge in health care).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-35828-9_1 fatcat:p6dyjaxm4zbitfajtciwclwipu

Perceiving and remembering events cross-linguistically: Evidence from dual-task paradigms

John C. Trueswell, Anna Papafragou
2010 Journal of Memory and Language  
Supplementary material Supplementary data associated with this article can be found, in the online version, at doi:10.1016/j.jml.2010. 02.006.  ...  We want to thank Anna Piata, Anthi Haida, Kate McEldoon, U'nek Brown, Ann Bunger and especially Taraneh Mojaverian for their help in conducting the studies and coding the data, and Alon Hafri for commenting  ...  They argue that the use of lexical information during object categorization is not a strategic process but rather ''language affects discrimination on-line through the activation of lexical codes."  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jml.2010.02.006 fatcat:pstdaydgp5bw3o5hd2s3zj3pqy

Automated Scoring of Speaking Tasks in the Test of English-for-Teaching (TEFT™)

Klaus Zechner, Lei Chen, Larry Davis, Keelan Evanini, Chong Min Lee, Chee Wee Leong, Xinhao Wang, Su-Youn Yoon
2015 ETS Research Report Series  
Other language influence may be present but does not affect overall intelligibility. 2 (Partially successful) The test taker partially completes the task.  ...  different task types with different characteristics; therefore, we selected features 1 and built scoring models for each task type separately. • The test takers speak a variety of native languages and  ...  Other language influence may be present but does not affect overall intelligibility. • Variations of the content (additions, omissions) may exist but they do not affect overall meaning.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ets2.12080 fatcat:dt7534t4ljadfjyrsycawt5p6u

When a Stone Tries to Climb up a Slope: The Interplay between Lexical and Perceptual Animacy in Referential Choices

Jorrig Vogels, Emiel Krahmer, Alfons Maes
2013 Frontiers in Psychology  
In two animation-retelling experiments, conducted in Dutch, we investigated the influence of lexical and perceptual animacy on the choice of referent and the choice of referring expression.  ...  The results show that while only lexical animacy appears to affect the choice of subject referent, perceptual animacy may overrule lexical animacy in the choice of referring expression.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The second author thanks The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) for VICI grant "Bridging the Gap between Computational Linguistics and Psycholinguistics: The Case of  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00154 pmid:23554600 pmcid:PMC3612700 fatcat:56prxc3adrgn7knzvfz7noleza

Design principles for long-lived Internet agents

Robert J. Kauffman, Salvatore T. March, Charles A. Wood
2000 International Journal of Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance & Management  
These concepts are used in the development of an illustrative tool called Electronic Data Retrieval LexicaL Agent (eDRILL), an object-oriented data-collecting agent. eDRILL is designed using the Unified  ...  It gathers research data from an online auction.  ...  The methodology is illustrated in the development of eDRILL (Electronic Data Retrieval LexicaL Agent), a data-collecting agent used to study the behavior of rare coin buyers at an online auction.  ... 
doi:10.1002/1099-1174(200012)9:4<217::aid-isaf191>3.0.co;2-# fatcat:qm5w37ebwrbjdd6fztcz5ggjgm

How Animacy and Verbal Information Influence V2 Sentence Processing: Evidence from Eye Movements

Peter de Swart, Geertje van Bergen
2019 Open Linguistics  
Using a visual-world eye-tracking paradigm we presented participants with V2 structures with either an auxiliary (e.g. Gisteren heeft X ... 'Yesterday, X has ...') or a lexical main verb (e.g.  ...  There exists a clear association between animacy and the grammatical function of transitive subject.  ...  Gisi Cannizzaro has been extremely important in setting up the experiment and in the initial stage of data processing. We would like to thank Laura Hemstra for running the eye-tracking experiment.  ... 
doi:10.1515/opli-2019-0035 fatcat:b3h5g4ihr5ejbb43di73fmhrdm

User attitude towards an embodied conversational agent: Effects of the interaction mode

Nicole Novielli, Fiorella de Rosis, Irene Mazzotta
2010 Journal of Pragmatics  
We describe how the interaction mode with an Embodied Conversational Agent (ECA) affects the users' perception of the agent and their behavior during interaction, and propose a method to recognize the  ...  The results show that, by increasing naturalness of interaction, spoken input produces a warmer attitude of users and a richer language: this effect is more evident for users with a background in humanities  ...  We acknowledge Giuseppe Clarizio for developing the Wizard of Oz tool employed in our experiments and for cooperating in the data collection and Vadim Bulitko for kindly helping us in correcting our English  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2009.12.016 fatcat:gk2x7cl3s5guff66t4wulzqo54

Improving Communicative Competence through Synchronous Communication in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Environments: A Systematic Review

Xi Huang
2018 Education Sciences  
place between human beings via the instrumentality of computers in forms of text, audio and video communication, such as live chat and chatrooms as socially-oriented meaning construction.  ...  This review reveals both possibilities and disparities of language socialization in promoting intersubjective learning and diversifying the salient use of interactively creative language in computer-supported  ...  Acknowledgments: I am grateful to my former supervisor Mairin Laura Hennebry and all three reviewers for a wealth of insightful comments and suggestions, all of which-in one way or another-have been reflected  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci8010015 fatcat:enyhebvoarbf7odamxsir7gfka
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