Agneta Gulz
Agneta Gulz
Lunds universitet och Linköpings universitet
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Design of animated pedagogical agents—A look at their look
A Gulz, M Haake
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 64 (4), 322-339, 2006
Benefits of virtual characters in computer based learning environments: Claims and evidence
A Gulz
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 14 (3, 4), 313-334, 2004
A teachable-agent-based game affording collaboration and competition: Evaluating math comprehension and motivation
L Pareto, M Haake, P Lindström, B Sjödén, A Gulz
Educational Technology Research and Development 60 (5), 723-751, 2012
Visual stereotypes and virtual pedagogical agents
M Haake, A Gulz
Journal of Educational Technology & Society 11 (4), 1-15, 2008
Social enrichment by virtual characters–differential benefits
A Gulz
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 21 (6), 405-418, 2005
A teachable-agent arithmetic game’s effects on mathematics understanding, attitude and self-efficacy
L Pareto, T Arvemo, Y Dahl, M Haake, A Gulz
International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, 247-255, 2011
A look at the roles of look & roles in embodied pedagogical agents–a user preference perspective
M Haake, A Gulz
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 19 (1), 39-71, 2009
Building a social conversational pedagogical agent: Design challenges and methodological approaches
A Gulz, M Haake, A Silvervarg, B Sjödén, G Veletsianos
Conversational agents and natural language interaction: Techniques and …, 2011
The planning of action as a cognitive and biological phenomenon.
AE Gulz
Extending a teachable agent with a social conversation module–effects on student experiences and learning
A Gulz, M Haake, A Silvervarg
International conference on artificial intelligence in education, 106-114, 2011
Matching and mismatching between the pedagogical design principles of a math game and the actual practices of play
P Lindström, A Gulz, M Haake, B Sjödén
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 27 (1), 90-102, 2011
Social and visual style in virtual pedagogical agents
A Gulz, M Haake
Workshop on Adapting the Interaction Style to Affective Factors associated …, 2005
Physical vs. virtual agent embodiment and effects on social interaction
S Thellman, A Silvervarg, A Gulz, T Ziemke
International conference on intelligent virtual agents, 412-415, 2016
The slower the better? Does the speaker's speech rate influence children's performance on a language comprehension test?
M Haake, K Hansson, A Gulz, S Schötz, B Sahlén
International journal of speech-language pathology 16 (2), 181-190, 2014
Visual design of virtual pedagogical agents: Naturalism versus stylization in static appearance
A Gulz, M Haake
Proceedings of the 3rd International Design and Engagability Conference …, 2006
Virtual pedagogical agents–design guidelines regarding visual appearance and pedagogical roles
A Gulz, M Haake
Current developments in technology-assisted education,© FORMATEX 2006, 2006
Scaffolding executive function capabilities via play-&-learn software for preschoolers.
A Axelsson, R Andersson, A Gulz
Journal of educational psychology 108 (7), 969, 2016
The effect of visual gender on abuse in conversation with ECAs
A Silvervarg, K Raukola, M Haake, A Gulz
International conference on intelligent virtual agents, 153-160, 2012
Introducing a challenging teachable agent
C Kirkegaard, A Gulz, A Silvervarg
International Conference on Learning and Collaboration Technologies, 53-62, 2014
Design for off-task interaction-Rethinking pedagogy in technology enhanced learning
A Gulz, A Silvervarg, B Sjödén
2010 10th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies …, 2010
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