Reciprocity in Human-Robot interaction: A quantitative approach through the prisoner’s dilemma and the ultimatum game

Sandoval E, Brandstetter J, Obaid M, Bartneck C (2015)
International Journal of Social Robotics 8(2): 303-317.

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Sandoval E, Brandstetter J, Obaid M, Bartneck C. Reciprocity in Human-Robot interaction: A quantitative approach through the prisoner’s dilemma and the ultimatum game. International Journal of Social Robotics. 2015;8(2):303-317.
Sandoval, E., Brandstetter, J., Obaid, M., & Bartneck, C. (2015). Reciprocity in Human-Robot interaction: A quantitative approach through the prisoner’s dilemma and the ultimatum game. International Journal of Social Robotics, 8(2), 303-317. doi:10.1007/s12369-015-0323-x
Sandoval, E., Brandstetter, J., Obaid, M., and Bartneck, C. (2015). Reciprocity in Human-Robot interaction: A quantitative approach through the prisoner’s dilemma and the ultimatum game. International Journal of Social Robotics 8, 303-317.
Sandoval, E., et al., 2015. Reciprocity in Human-Robot interaction: A quantitative approach through the prisoner’s dilemma and the ultimatum game. International Journal of Social Robotics, 8(2), p 303-317.
E. Sandoval, et al., “Reciprocity in Human-Robot interaction: A quantitative approach through the prisoner’s dilemma and the ultimatum game”, International Journal of Social Robotics, vol. 8, 2015, pp. 303-317.
Sandoval, E., Brandstetter, J., Obaid, M., Bartneck, C.: Reciprocity in Human-Robot interaction: A quantitative approach through the prisoner’s dilemma and the ultimatum game. International Journal of Social Robotics. 8, 303-317 (2015).
Sandoval, Eduardo, Brandstetter, Jürgen, Obaid, Mohammad, and Bartneck, Christoph. “Reciprocity in Human-Robot interaction: A quantitative approach through the prisoner’s dilemma and the ultimatum game”. International Journal of Social Robotics 8.2 (2015): 303-317.