The effects of simulating human conversational style in a computer-based interview

@article{Peiris2000TheEO,
  title={The effects of simulating human conversational style in a computer-based interview},
  author={D. Ramanee Peiris and Peter Gregor and Norman Alm},
  journal={Interacting with Computers},
  year={2000},
  volume={12},
  pages={635-650}
}
Abstract A computer interview involves a program asking questions of the user, who responds by providing answers directly to the computer. Using a computer interview has been shown to be an effective method of eliciting information, and particularly personal information which many people find difficult to discuss face to face. While the simulation of some of the characteristics of human–human communication seems to enhance the dialogue, it appears to be the absence of others, such as being non… CONTINUE READING
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