Gender-Specific Approaches to Developing Emotionally Intelligent Learning Companions

@article{Burleson2007GenderSpecificAT,
  title={Gender-Specific Approaches to Developing Emotionally Intelligent Learning Companions},
  author={Winslow Burleson and Rosalind W. Picard},
  journal={IEEE Intelligent Systems},
  year={2007},
  volume={22}
}
The nonverbal social behaviors of virtual learning companions and their affect and task support have gender-specific impacts on learners' frustration and self-awareness during a challenging problem-solving activity. Social bonding and affective support between teachers and learners have considerable impact on learners' performance and motivation. One way to develop a social bond with learners is to provide assistance. According to research in this area (see the sidebar "Related Work on… CONTINUE READING

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