The Acorformed Corpus: Investigating Multimodality in Human-Human and Human-Virtual Patient Interactions

Abstract : The paper aims at presenting the Acorformed corpus composed of human-human and human-machine interactions in French in the specific context of training doctors to break bad news to patients. In the context of human-human interaction, an audiovisual corpus of interactions between doctors and actors playing the role of patients during real training sessions in French medical institutions have been collected and annotated. This corpus has been exploited to develop a platform to train doctors to break bad news with a virtual patient. The platform has been exploited to collect a corpus of human-virtual patient interactions annotated semi-automatically and collected in different virtual reality environments with different degree of immersion (PC, virtual reality headset and virtual reality room).
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Magalie Ochs, Philippe Blache, G. Montcheuil, J Pergandi, R. Bertrand, et al.. The Acorformed Corpus: Investigating Multimodality in Human-Human and Human-Virtual Patient Interactions. CLARIN-2018, Oct 2018, Pisa, Italy. ⟨hal-01907582⟩

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