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Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces

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14.01.2019 | Editorial

Special issue editorial: Virtual Agents for Social Skills Training

11.01.2019 | Original Paper

The contribution of force feedback to human performance in the teleoperation of multiple unmanned aerial vehicles

The availability of additional force cues in haptic devices are often expected to improve control performance, over conditions that only provide visual feedback. However, there is little empirical evidence to show this to be true for the …

04.01.2019 | Original Paper

Training doctors’ social skills to break bad news: evaluation of the impact of virtual environment displays on the sense of presence

The way doctors deliver bad news has a significant impact on the therapeutic process. In order to facilitate doctor’s training, we have developed an embodied conversational agent simulating a patient to train doctors to break bad news. In this …

02.01.2019 | Original Paper

The sense of social agency in gaze leading

Social interactions entail reciprocal reactions where one’s communicative acts triggers responses in others. Fluent interpersonal exchange relies on the ability to discriminate behaviors produced by others that are responses to one’s actions, thus …

02.01.2019 | Original Paper

Virtual discrete trial training for teacher trainees

It is crucial that teaching methods are conducted accurately when teaching children with autism spectrum disorder. This can be addressed by providing new teachers with ample opportunity to practice their teaching skills while receiving feedback …

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In the development of multimodal interfaces, this journal offers a standard reference for multidisciplinary work.
As implied by the word Interfaces rather than Interactions in the title, the journal seeks to illustrate verifiable realisations over purely theoretical musings. The journal focuses on multimodal interfaces developed with an emphasis on user-centric design. Thus, usability and architectural considerations are also key targets.

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