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In this paper, we investigated the relationships between the behavior of a player in a cross-cultural simulation game and the social skills of a player by a scale of social skills for the comprehension of social adaptive behavior of human in a social group. The game developed adopted KiSS-18 as a scale of social skills. We showed the relationships between the changes of a player's behavior and the measured results by KiSS-18, and discussed the feasibility of the determination of social adaptive skills by interactions with fourteen agents in the game.
Date of Conference: 18-23 July 2010