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Towards Cross-Content Conversational Agents for Behaviour Change: Investigating Domain Independence and the Role of Lexical Features in Written Language Around Change

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Meyer, Selina ; Elsweiler, David
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Abstract

Valuable insights into an individual’s current thoughts and stance regarding behaviour change can be obtained by analysing the language they use, which can be conceptualized using Motivational Interviewing concepts. Training conversational agents (CAs) to detect and employ these concepts could help them provide more personalized and effective assistance. This study investigates the similarity of ...

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