Teams can accomplish more than individuals alone, such as when a team of people form a bucket brigade to efficiently transport objects. Key to successful team performance, however, is whether the interaction dynamics between team members promote the use of effective strategies. This project aims to better understand the interactional processes that promote effective team performance and how assistive computational agents (ACAs) can be employed to facilitate beneficial interactions that promote optimal team behaviour. Project outcomes will include a novel ACA approach to developing training interventions to enhance team performance, as well as social and motor skill development more generally.
|Effective start/end date||30/06/20 → 29/06/23|