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Comparing Initiating and Responding Joint Attention as a Social Learning Mechanism: A Study Using Human-Avatar Head/Hand Interaction
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  • Journal title : Journal of KIISE
  • Volume 43, Issue 6,  2016, pp.645-652
  • Publisher : Korean Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers
  • DOI : 10.5626/JOK.2016.43.6.645
 Title & Authors
Comparing Initiating and Responding Joint Attention as a Social Learning Mechanism: A Study Using Human-Avatar Head/Hand Interaction
Kim, Mingyu; Kim, So-Yeon; Kim, Kwanguk;
 
 Abstract
Joint Attention (JA) has been known to play a key role in human social learning. However, relative impact of different interaction types has yet to be rigorously examined because of limitation of existing methodologies to simulate human-to-human interaction. In the present study, we designed a new JA paradigm with emulating human-avatar interaction and virtual reality technologies, and tested the paradigm in two experiments with healthy adults. Our results indicated that initiating JA (IJA) condition was more effective than responding JA (RJA) condition for social learning in both head and hand interactions. Moreover, the hand interaction involved better information processing than the head interaction. The implication of the results, the validity of the new paradigm, and limitations of this study were discussed.
 Keywords
human-computer interaction;human-avatar interaction;joint attention;recognition memory;head-tracking;hand-tracking;
 Language
Korean
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