Basic Study of Sympathy Expression Method which Expresses Diverse Emotions

Hiroki MAKINO, Felix JIMENEZ, Masayoshi KANOH, Tomohiro YOSHIKAWA, Takeshi FURUHASHI
Recently, educational support robots, which support learning, are paid attention to. However, the problem of these robots is that a learner loses his/her interest in them. The previous studies proposed a sympathy expression method for educational support robots to enable them to express sympathetic emotions when interacting with learners. The previous study suggested the robots which uses the sympathy expression method prompt learners to reduce losing his/her interest with robots in
more » ... e learning. However, the sympathy expression method expresses same emotions when learners correct the questions continuity. Thus, this paper proposes the sympathy expression method II which can express diverse emotion when learners correct the questions continuity. Moreover, we investigate the impression effect of collaborative learning with the robots using the sympathy expression method II.
doi:10.14864/fss.35.0_585 fatcat:zfhq4xg5wnf7pprqfl43h67kje