To err is human (-like): Effects of robot gesture on perceived anthropomorphism and likeability

Salem M, Eyssel FA, Rohlfing K, Kopp S, Joublin F (2013)
International Journal of Social Robotics 5: 313-323.

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Salem M, Eyssel FA, Rohlfing K, Kopp S, Joublin F. To err is human (-like): Effects of robot gesture on perceived anthropomorphism and likeability. International Journal of Social Robotics. 2013;5:313-323.
Salem, M., Eyssel, F. A., Rohlfing, K., Kopp, S., & Joublin, F. (2013). To err is human (-like): Effects of robot gesture on perceived anthropomorphism and likeability. International Journal of Social Robotics, 5, 313-323.
Salem, M., Eyssel, F. A., Rohlfing, K., Kopp, S., and Joublin, F. (2013). To err is human (-like): Effects of robot gesture on perceived anthropomorphism and likeability. International Journal of Social Robotics 5, 313-323.
Salem, M., et al., 2013. To err is human (-like): Effects of robot gesture on perceived anthropomorphism and likeability. International Journal of Social Robotics, 5, p 313-323.
M. Salem, et al., “To err is human (-like): Effects of robot gesture on perceived anthropomorphism and likeability”, International Journal of Social Robotics, vol. 5, 2013, pp. 313-323.
Salem, M., Eyssel, F.A., Rohlfing, K., Kopp, S., Joublin, F.: To err is human (-like): Effects of robot gesture on perceived anthropomorphism and likeability. International Journal of Social Robotics. 5, 313-323 (2013).
Salem, Maha, Eyssel, Friederike Anne, Rohlfing, Katharina, Kopp, Stefan, and Joublin, Frank. “To err is human (-like): Effects of robot gesture on perceived anthropomorphism and likeability”. International Journal of Social Robotics 5 (2013): 313-323.
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