Les humains virtuels expressifs dans les simulateurs en santé
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Healthcare simulators are considered as interactive and playful learning environments offering many training opportunities. Medical students wish to train with virtual simulators for a few years to prepare their encounter with real patients. The integration of virtual agents endowed with emotions promotes exchanges and interactions, and provokes emotional reactions in the learner. This leads to emotional involvement and facilitates learning and memorization. We will focus our research on the impact of expressive virtual humans on the user experience, and more especially on the induction of empathy in learners.
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