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Automatic assessment and analysis of public speaking anxiety: A virtual audience case study
2015 International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII)
Public speaking has become an integral part of many professions and is central to career building opportunities. Yet, public speaking anxiety is often referred to as the most common fear in everyday life and can hinder one's ability to speak in public severely. While virtual and real audiences have been successfully utilized to treat public speaking anxiety in the past, little work has been done on identifying behavioral characteristics of speakers suffering from anxiety. In this work, we focusdoi:10.1109/acii.2015.7344570 dblp:conf/acii/WortweinMS15 fatcat:wfel6jzcqfh6noh5x7hkdq43lu