Data from: Building a responsive teacher: how temporal contingency of gaze interaction influences word learning with virtual tutors

Hanju Lee, Yasuhiro Kanakogi & Kazuo Hiraki
Animated pedagogical agents are lifelike virtual characters designed to augment learning. A review of developmental psychology literature led to the hypothesis that the temporal contingency of such agents would promote human learning. We developed a Pedagogical Agent with Gaze Interaction (PAGI), an experimental animated pedagogical agent that engages in gaze interaction with students. In this study, university students learned words of a foreign language, with temporally contingent PAGI (live group) or recorded version of PAGI...
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