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    • Cultural differences in attitudes towards robots 

      Bartneck, C.; Nomura T; Kanda T; Suzuki T; Kato K (AISB, 2005)
      This study presents the result of a cross-cultural study of negative attitude towards robots. A questionnaire was presented to Dutch, Chinese, German, Mexican, American (USA) and Japanese participants based on the Negative ...
    • Does the Design of a Robot Influence Its Animacy and Perceived Intelligence? 

      Bartneck, C.; Kanda T; Mubin O; Mahmud AA (Springer Nature, 2009)
      Robots exhibit life-like behavior by performing intelligent actions. To enhance human-robot interaction it is necessary to investigate and understand how end-users perceive such animate behavior. In this paper, we report ...
    • Human-Robot Interaction - An Introduction 

      Bartneck, C.; Belpaeme T; Eyssel F; Kanda T; Keijsers M; Sabanovic S (Cambridge University Press, 2019)
      The role of robots in society keeps expanding and diversifying, bringing with it a host of issues surrounding the relationship between robots and humans. This introduction to human–robot interaction (HRI), written by leading ...
    • Mindless Robots get Bullied 

      Keijsers M; Bartneck, C. (ACM, 2018)
      Humans recognise and respond to robots as social agents, to such extent that they occasionally attempt to bully a robot. The current paper investigates whether aggressive behaviour directed towards robots is influenced ...