Scotty D. Craig
Scotty D. Craig
Associate Professor of Human Systems Engineering, Arizona State University
E-mail megerősítve itt: asu.edu - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Affect and learning: An exploratory look into the role of affect in learning with AutoTutor
S Craig, A Graesser, J Sullins, B Gholson
Journal of Educational Media 29 (3), 241-250, 2004
Animated pedagogical agents in multimedia educational environments: Effects of agent properties, picture features and redundancy.
SD Craig, B Gholson, DM Driscoll
Journal of Educational Psychology 94 (2), 428–434, 2002
Automatic detection of learner’s affect from conversational cues
SK D’mello, SD Craig, A Witherspoon, B McDaniel, A Graesser
User modeling and user-adapted interaction 18, 45-80, 2008
Integrating affect sensors in an intelligent tutoring system
SK Dmello, SD Craig, B Gholson, S Franklin, R Picard, AC Graesser
Affective Interactions: The Computer in the Affective Loop Workshop, 7-13, 2005
The deep level reasoning question effect: The role of dialogue and deep level reasoning questions during vicarious learning
SD Craig, J Sullins, A Witherspoon, B Gholson
Cognition and Instruction 24 (4), 565-591, 2006
Emote aloud during learning with AutoTutor: Applying the Facial Action Coding System to cognitive–affective states during learning
SD Craig, S D'Mello, A Witherspoon, A Graesser
Cognition and emotion 22 (5), 777-788, 2008
AutoTutor detects and responds to learners affective and cognitive states
S D’Mello, T Jackson, S Craig, B Morgan, P Chipman, H White, N Person, ...
Workshop on emotional and cognitive issues at the international conference …, 2008
Predicting affective states expressed through an emote-aloud procedure from AutoTutor's mixed-initiative dialogue
SK D'Mello, SD Craig, J Sullins, AC Graesser
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 16 (1), 3-28, 2006
The impact of a technology-based mathematics after-school program using ALEKS on student's knowledge and behaviors
SD Craig, X Hu, AC Graesser, AE Bargagliotti, A Sterbinsky, KR Cheney, ...
Computers & Education 68, 495-504, 2013
Overhearing dialogues and monologues in virtual tutoring sessions: Effects on questioning and vicarious learning
SD Craig, B Gholson, M Ventura, AC Graesser
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 11, 242-253, 2000
Reconsidering the voice effect when learning from a virtual human
SD Craig, NL Schroeder
Computers & Education 114, 193-205, 2017
Improving classroom learning by collaboratively observing human tutoring videos while problem solving.
SD Craig, MTH Chi, K VanLehn
Journal of Educational Psychology 101 (4), 779, 2009
Multimethod assessment of affective experience and expression during deep learning
SK D'Mello, SD Craig, AC Graesser
International Journal of Learning Technology 4 (3-4), 165-187, 2009
Promoting constructive activities that support vicarious learning during computer-based instruction
B Gholson, SD Craig
Educational Psychology Review 18 (2), 119-139, 2006
Constructing knowledge from dialog in an intelligent tutoring system: Interactive learning, vicarious learning, and pedagogical agents
SD Craig, DM Driscoll, B Gholson
Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia 13 (2), 163-183, 2004
Vicarious learning: Effects of overhearing dialog and monologue-like discourse in a virtual tutoring session
DM Driscoll, SD Craig, B Gholson, M Ventura, X Hu, AC Graesser
Journal of Educational Computing Research 29 (4), 431-450, 2003
The relationship between affective states and dialog patterns during interactions with AutoTutor
AC Graesser, SK D'Mello, SD Craig, A Witherspoon, J Sullins, B McDaniel, ...
Journal of Interactive Learning Research 19 (2), 293-312, 2008
Motivation, engagement, and performance across multiple virtual reality sessions and levels of immersion
W Huang, RD Roscoe, MC Johnson‐Glenberg, SD Craig
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 37, 745-758, 2021
Intelligent tutoring systems work as a math gap reducer in 6th grade after-school program
X Huang, SD Craig, J Xie, A Graesser, X Hu
Learning and Individual Differences 47, 258-265, 2016
Responding to learners’ cognitive-affective states with supportive and shakeup dialogues
S D’Mello, S Craig, K Fike, A Graesser
Human-Computer Interaction. Ambient, Ubiquitous and Intelligent Interaction …, 2009
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