Empathy and yawn contagion: Can we (Humans) catch yawns from robots? (2014)
Type of ContentConference Contributions - Published
Empathy plays an important role in the interaction between humans and robots. The contagious effect of yawning is moderated by the degree of social closeness and empathy. We propose to analyse the contagion of yawns as an indicator for empathy. We conducted pilot studies to test different experimental procedures for this purpose. We hope to be able to report on experimental results in the near future.
CitationObaid M, Kuchenbrandt D, Bartneck C (2014). Empathy and yawn contagion: Can we (Humans) catch yawns from robots?. Bielefeld: ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction. 03/03/2014-06/03/2014. Proceedings of the 2014 ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-robot interaction. 260-261.
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KeywordsRobot; Humanoid; Yawn; Empathy
ANZSRC Fields of Research46 - Information and computing sciences::4608 - Human-centred computing::460806 - Human-computer interaction
46 - Information and computing sciences::4608 - Human-centred computing::460810 - Social robotics
46 - Information and computing sciences::4608 - Human-centred computing::460802 - Affective computing
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