Lessons learned in modeling schizophrenic and depressed responsive virtual humans for training

  title={Lessons learned in modeling schizophrenic and depressed responsive virtual humans for training},
  author={Robert C. Hubal and Geoffrey A. Frank and Curry I. Guinn},
This paper describes lessons learned in developing the linguistic, cognitive, emotional, and gestural models underlying virtual human behavior in a training application designed to train civilian police officers how to recognize gestures and verbal cues indicating different forms of mental illness and how to verbally interact with the mentally ill. Schizophrenia, paranoia, and depression were all modeled for the application. For linguistics, the application has quite complex language grammars… CONTINUE READING
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