Betty Tärning
Betty Tärning
Forskare Kognitionsvetenskap
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How something can be said about telling more than we can know: On choice blindness and introspection
P Johansson, L Hall, S Sikström, B Tärning, A Lind
Consciousness and cognition 15 (4), 673-692, 2006
2902006
Magic at the marketplace: Choice blindness for the taste of jam and the smell of tea
L Hall, P Johansson, B Tärning, S Sikström, T Deutgen
Cognition 117 (1), 54-61, 2010
2562010
How the polls can be both spot on and dead wrong: Using choice blindness to shift political attitudes and voter intentions
L Hall, T Strandberg, P Pärnamets, A Lind, B Tärning, P Johansson
PloS one 8 (4), e60554, 2013
1512013
Choice blindness and preference change: You will like this paper better if you (believe you) chose to read it!
P Johansson, L Hall, B Tärning, S Sikström, N Chater
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 27 (3), 281-289, 2014
952014
Transferring teaching to testing–an unexplored aspect of teachable agents
B Sjödén, B Tärning, L Pareto, A Gulz
International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, 337-344, 2011
152011
Review of Feedback in Digital Applications–Does the Feedback They Provide Support Learning?
B Tärning
Journal of Information Technology Education: Research 17 (1), 247-283, 2018
132018
Instructing a teachable agent with low or high self-efficacy–does similarity attract?
B Tärning, A Silvervarg, A Gulz, M Haake
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 29 (1), 89-121, 2019
112019
Visual gender and its motivational and cognitive effects–a user study
A Gulz, M Haake, B Tärning
Lund University Cognitive Studies 137, 928-935, 2007
102007
Reply to commentary by Moore and Haggard
L Hall, P Johansson, S Sikstr m, B T rning, A Lind
Consciousness and Cognition 15 (4), 697-699, 2006
82006
How something can be said about Telling More Than We Can Know: Reply to Moore and Haggard
L Hall, P Johansson, S Sikström, B Tärning, A Lind
52006
Ascribed gender and characteristics of a visually androgynous Teachable Agent
C Kirkegaard, B Tärning, M Haake, A Gulz, A Silvervarg
International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents, 232-235, 2014
42014
Pedagogical agents: Pedagogical interventions via integration of task-oriented and socially oriented conversation
A Silvervarg, M Haake, L Pareto, B Tärning, A Gulz
AERA 2011 conference, 2011
32011
Assessing the black box of feedback neglect in a digital educational game for elementary school
B Tärning, YJ Lee, R Andersson, K Månsson, A Gulz, M Haake
Journal of the Learning Sciences 29 (4-5), 511-549, 2020
22020
“I Didn’t Understand, I´ m Really Not Very Smart”—How Design of a Digital Tutee’s Self-Efficacy Affects Conversation and Student Behavior in a Digital Math Game
B Tärning, A Silvervarg
Education Sciences 9 (3), 197, 2019
22019
Supporting Low-Performing Students by Manipulating Self-efficacy in Digital Tutees.
B Tärning, M Haake, A Gulz
CogSci, 2017
22017
How something can be said about telling more than we can know: On choice blindness and introspection. Commentary and Authors' reply
J Moore, P Haggard, L Hall, P Johansson, S SIKSTRÖM
Consciousness and cognition (Print) 15 (4), 2006
22006
Design of teachable agents and feedback in educational software Focusing on low-performing students and students with low self-efficacy Published (print): January, 2018 …
B Tärning
12018
Off-task Engagement in a Teachable Agent based Math Game
B Tärning, M Haake, A Gulz
Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Computers in Education …, 2011
12011
Designing a Teachable Agent with Social Intelligence
A Silvervarg, A Gulz, M Haake, B Sjöden, B Tärning
Intelligent Virtual Agents, 2010
12010
Pedagogical agents: Pedagogical interventions via integration of task-oriented and socially oriented conversation
M Haake, A Silvervarg, B Tärning, B Sjödén, L Pareto, A Gulz
AERA (American Educational Research Association) Annual meeting, 2011, 2010
12010
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