The Effects of Interrupting Behavior on Interpersonal Attitude and Engagement in Dyadic Interactions.

Angelo Cafaro 1, 2 Nadine Glas 1, 2 Catherine Pelachaud 1, 2
1 MM - Multimédia
LTCI - Laboratoire Traitement et Communication de l'Information
Abstract :

Interruptions frequently occur in dyadic human interaction. In addition to serve as turn-taking mechanism, they may lead to different perceptions of both the interruptee and in- terrupter’s interpersonal attitude, engagement and involve- ment. We present an empirical study to investigate whether different interruption types (i.e. amount of overlap between speakers and utterance completeness) and strategies (dis- ruptive vs. cooperative) in agent-agent interaction have an impact on perceived agents’ interpersonal attitude, engage- ment and involvement. We found that the interruption type has more influence on the perceived attitudes of both agents, whereas by using a cooperative strategy (as opposed to a dis- ruptive one) an interrupter is perceived as more engaged and more involved in the interaction.

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Angelo Cafaro, Nadine Glas, Catherine Pelachaud. The Effects of Interrupting Behavior on Interpersonal Attitude and Engagement in Dyadic Interactions.. International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, May 2016, Singapore, Singapore. pp.911-920. ⟨hal-02412214⟩

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