R.R. Wohl's scientific contributions

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... As a social cue, eye gaze could cause the learner to feel a social bond with an onscreen pre-recorded instructor, which is a type of parasocial interaction (Beege et al., 2017(Beege et al., , 2019. Parasocial interaction is defined as a one-sided social relation in which a person (such as a learner) can feel a social bond with a persona (such as an onscreen instructor) that cannot reciprocate (Beege et al., 2017;Hartmann & Goldhoorn, 2011;Horton & Wohl, 1956). Beege et al. (2017Beege et al. ( , 2019 introduced this concept to video-based learning, suggesting that the instructor's social cues, including eye gaze, have the potential to enhance learners' feelings of social connection with the instructor. ...