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Patricia Albacete

Research Associate, Dr. Katz

(2015) P. Jordan, P. Albacete & S. Katz. When Is It Helpful to Restate Student Responses within a Tutorial Dialogue System? In Proceedings of the 17th International Con-ference on Artifcial Intelligence in Education (AIED 2015).

(2015) P. Jordan, P. Albacete & S. Katz. Exploring the Effects of Redundancy within a Tutorial Dialogue System: Restating Students' Responses. Submitted to 16th Annual SIGdial Meeting on Discourse and Dialogue.

(2015) P. Albacete, P. Jordan & S. Katz. Is a Dialogue-Based Tutoring System that Emulates Helpful Co-constructed Relations during Human Tutoring Effective? In Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Artifcial Intelligence in Edu-cation (AIED 2015).

(2014) M. Lipschultz, D. Litman, S. Katz, P. Albacete and P. Jordan. Predicting Semantic Changes in Abstraction in Tutor Responses to Students. International Journal of Learning Technology. 9(3):281-303.

(2013) Katz, S., Albacete, P. (2013). A tutoring system that simulates the highly interactive nature of human tutoring. Journal of Educational Psychology (Special Issue on Advanced Learning Technologies), 105(4), 1126-1141.

(2013)Katz, S., Albacete, P., Ford, M.J., Jordan, P., Lipschultz, M., Litman, D., Silliman, S. & Wilson, C. (2013) Pilot Test of a Natural-language Tutoring System for Physics that Simulates the Highly Interactive Nature of Human Tutoring. In Proceedings of Artificial Intelligence in Education Conference (AIED 2013). Edited by K. Yacef and H.C. Lane. Memphis, July 2013.

(2013)Jordan, P., Albacete, P., Ford, M.J., Katz, S., Lipschultz, M., Litman, D., Silliman, S. & Wilson, C. (2013). The Rimac Tutor - A Simulation of the Highly Interactive Nature of Human Tutorial Dialogue: An Interactive Event. In Proceedings of Artificial Intelligence in Education Conference (AIED 2013). Edited by K. Yacef and H.C. Lane. Memphis, July 2013.