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Dhaval Parmar
Dhaval Parmar
Northeastern University
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Programming moves: Design and evaluation of applying embodied interaction in virtual environments to enhance computational thinking in middle school students
D Parmar, J Isaac, SV Babu, N D'Souza, AE Leonard, S Jörg, ...
2016 IEEE Virtual Reality (VR), 131-140, 2016
74*2016
A comparative evaluation of viewing metaphors on psychophysical skills education in an interactive virtual environment
D Parmar, J Bertrand, SV Babu, K Madathil, M Zelaya, T Wang, J Wagner, ...
Virtual Reality 20, 141-157, 2016
542016
Embodying computational thinking: Initial design of an emerging technological learning tool
S B Daily, A E Leonard, S Jörg, S Babu, K Gundersen, D Parmar
Technology, Knowledge and Learning 20, 79-84, 2015
352015
Looking the Part: The Effect of Attire and Setting on Perceptions of a Virtual Health Counselor
D Parmar, S Olafsson, D Utami, TW Bickmore
Proceedings of the 18th ACM International Conference on Intelligent Virtual …, 2018
312018
How character customization affects learning in computational thinking
L Lin, D Parmar, SV Babu, AE Leonard, SB Daily, S Jörg
Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Applied Perception, 1-8, 2017
242017
Evaluating the effects of immersive embodied interaction on cognition in virtual reality
D Parmar
Clemson University, 2017
172017
Embodying and Programming a Constellation of Multimodal Literacy Practices: Computational Thinking, Creative Movement, Biology, & Virtual Environment Interactions
AE Leonard, N D'souza, SV Babu, SB Daily, S Jörg, C Waddell, D Parmar, ...
Journal of Language and Literacy Education (JoLLE) 11 (2), 64--93, 2015
132015
Can embodied interaction and virtual peer customization in a virtual programming environment enhance computational thinking?
D Parmar, SV Babu, L Lin, S Jörg, N D'Souza, AE Leonard, SB Daily
2016 Research on Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering …, 2016
122016
Community-based cultural tailoring of virtual agents
TK O'Leary, E Stowell, E Kimani, D Parmar, S Olafsson, J Hoffman, ...
Proceedings of the 20th ACM International Conference on Intelligent Virtual …, 2020
112020
Making it personal: Addressing individual audience members in oral presentations using augmented reality
D Parmar, T Bickmore
Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous …, 2020
82020
Navigating the combinatorics of virtual agent design space to maximize persuasion
D Parmar, S Ólafsson, D Utami, P Murali, T Bickmore
Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and …, 2020
82020
Serious games for training, rehabilitation and workforce development
J Bertrand, LC Dukes, P Dukes, E Ebrahimi, A Hayes, N Mack, ...
2013 IEEE Virtual Reality (VR), 195-196, 2013
82013
Virtual agents as supporting media for scientific presentations
T Bickmore, E Kimani, A Shamekhi, P Murali, D Parmar, H Trinh
Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces 15, 131-146, 2021
72021
Interactive breadboard activity simulation (IBAS) for psychomotor skills education in electrical circuitry
D Parmar, J Bertrand, B Shannon, SV Babu, K Madathil, M Zelaya, ...
2014 IEEE Symposium on 3D User Interfaces (3DUI), 181-182, 2014
72014
Argumentation is more important than appearance for designing culturally tailored virtual agents
P Murali, A Shamekhi, D Parmar, T Bickmore
Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and …, 2020
52020
How immersion and self-avatars in VR affect learning programming and computational thinking in middle school education
D Parmar, L Lin, N Dsouza, S Joerg, AE Leonard, SB Daily, S Babu
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 2022
42022
Diversity Informatics: Reducing Racial and Gender Bias with Virtual Agents
T Bickmore, D Parmar, E Kimani, S Olafsson
Proceedings of the 21st ACM International Conference on Intelligent Virtual …, 2021
42021
Sharing the load online: Virtual presentations with virtual co-presenter agents
E Kimani, D Parmar, P Murali, T Bickmore
Extended Abstracts of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing …, 2021
42021
Designing empathic virtual agents: manipulating animation, voice, rendering, and empathy to create persuasive agents
D Parmar, S Olafsson, D Utami, P Murali, T Bickmore
Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 36 (1), 17, 2022
32022
‘More like a person than reading text in a machine’: Characterizing User Choice of Embodied Agents vs. Conventional GUIs on Smartphones
S Olafsson, D Parmar, E Kimani, T K. O'Leary, T Bickmore
Extended Abstracts of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing …, 2021
32021
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