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Can “Cooperative” Agents Enhance Learning and User-Interface Relationship in Computer-based Learning Environment?
Unformatted Document Text:  Effects of Cooperative Agent 20 References Argyle, M., 1989. The social psychology of work. Penguin, Harmondsworth, UK. Argyle, M., 1991. Cooperation: The basics of sociability. Routledge, New York, NY. Argyle, M., Furnham, A. (1983). Sources of satisfaction and conflict in long-term relationships. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 45, 481-93. Baumeister, R.F., Leary, M.R., 1995. The need to belong: Desire for interpersonal attachments as a fundamental human motivation. Psychological Bulletin, 117, 497-529. Baylor, A., 2002. Agent-based learning environments as a research tool for investigating t teaching and learning. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 26, 249-270. Bracken, C. C., Lombard, M., 2004. Social presence and children: Praise, intrinsic motivation, and learning with computers. Journal of Communication, 54, 22-37. Brave, S.B., Nass, C., Hutchinson, K., 2005. Computers that care: investigating the effects of orientation of emotion exhibited by an embodied computer agent. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 62, 161-178. Cassell, J., Sullivan, J., Prevost, S., Churchill, E. (Eds.), 2000, Embodied Conversational Agents. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA. De Cremer, D., Leonardelli, G.., 2003. Cooperation in social dilemmas and the need to belong: The moderating effect of group size. Group Dynamics, 7, 168-174. Deutsch, M., 1949. A theory of cooperation and competition, Human Relations, 2, 129-139. Deutsch, M., 1959. Some factors affecting membership motivation and achievement motivation in a group. Human Relations, 12, 81-95. Deutsch, M., 1962. Cooperation and trust: Some theoretical notes. In: Jones, M. (Ed.), Nebraska Symposium on Motivation (pp. 275–320). University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE.

Authors: Lee, Jong-Eun Roselyn., Maldonado, Heidy., Nass, Clifford., Brave, Scott B.., Yamada, Ryota., Nakajima, Hiroshi . and Iwamura , Kimihiko .
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Argyle, M., 1989. The social psychology of work. Penguin, Harmondsworth, UK.
Argyle, M., 1991. Cooperation: The basics of sociability. Routledge, New York, NY.
Argyle, M., Furnham, A. (1983). Sources of satisfaction and conflict in long-term
relationships. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 45, 481-93.
Baumeister, R.F., Leary, M.R., 1995. The need to belong: Desire for interpersonal
attachments as a fundamental human motivation. Psychological Bulletin, 117,
497-529.
Baylor, A., 2002. Agent-based learning environments as a research tool for investigating t
teaching and learning. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 26, 249-270.
Bracken, C. C., Lombard, M., 2004. Social presence and children: Praise, intrinsic motivation,
and learning with computers. Journal of Communication, 54, 22-37.
Brave, S.B., Nass, C., Hutchinson, K., 2005. Computers that care: investigating the effects of
orientation of emotion exhibited by an embodied computer agent. International
Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 62, 161-178.
Cassell, J., Sullivan, J., Prevost, S., Churchill, E. (Eds.), 2000, Embodied Conversational
Agents. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
De Cremer, D., Leonardelli, G.., 2003. Cooperation in social dilemmas and the need to
belong: The moderating effect of group size. Group Dynamics, 7, 168-174.
Deutsch, M., 1949. A theory of cooperation and competition, Human Relations, 2, 129-139.
Deutsch, M., 1959. Some factors affecting membership motivation and achievement
motivation in a group. Human Relations, 12, 81-95.
Deutsch, M., 1962. Cooperation and trust: Some theoretical notes. In: Jones, M. (Ed.),
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation (pp. 275–320). University of Nebraska
Press, Lincoln, NE.


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