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Title: User modelling and adaptive, natural interaction for conflict resolution
Authors: Karpouzis, Kostas
Yannakakis, Georgios N.
Paiva, Ana
Nielsen, Jeppe Herlev
Vasalou, Asimina
Jhala, Arnav
Keywords: Conflict management
Computer games -- Design and construction
Computer simulation
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Citation: Karpouzis, K., Yannakakis, G. N., Paiva, A., Nielsen, J. H., Vasalou, A., & Jhala, A. (2012). User modelling and adaptive, natural interaction for conflict resolution. 12th International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies, Rome. 719-721.
Abstract: Confronting conflicts and coping with them is part of social life, since conflicts seem to arise in almost every context and developmental stage of human life. The personal and collective gains that follow conflict resolution have motivated scholars across many research fields to advocate the use of pro-social mechanisms for resolution. The Siren serious game aims to support teachers' role to educate young people on how to resolve conflicts, by employing affect-aware, user- and cultural adaptivity to provide interesting and relevant conflict scenarios and resolution approaches.
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