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Fighting bullying with the help of autonomous agents in a virtual school environment

@inproceedings{Zoll2006FightingBW,
  title={Fighting bullying with the help of autonomous agents in a virtual school environment},
  author={C. Zoll and S. Enz and H. Schaub and R. Aylett and Ana Paiva},
  year={2006}
}
  • C. Zoll, S. Enz, +2 authors Ana Paiva
  • Published 2006
  • Psychology
  • Using empathic virtual agents for Personal and Social Education is a powerful and immersive way to sensitise students for the problems and dangers related to persistent aggressive behaviour among students, also known as bullying. The work reported here relates to the evaluation of applying such agents in schools in the UK, Portugal, and Germany as well as to consequences that can be drawn from these evaluation results. The Bullying Problem The problem of bullying is well-known to educators and… CONTINUE READING
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