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Title: Virtual Learning Environments for Children With Autism
Authors: Cheng, Y.;Moore, D.;McGrath, P.
Contributors: 數位學習研究所
Keywords: Autism
Theory of Mind
Social Story
Virtual Environment
Date: 2002
Issue Date: 2010-11-12T06:12:37Z
Abstract: This paper presents research concerning a novel virtual learning environment designedto help children with autism develop empathic understanding useful to them in the realworld, including emotional recognition and predicting others’ thoughts. The system isbased on accepted autism-specific pedagogy, specifically “social stories” and seeks toprovide realistic learning scenarios.
Relation: Robotic and Virtual Interactive Systems in Therapy of Autism and Other Psychopathological Disorders, September 27-28, 2002
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