Social categorization of social robots: Anthropomorphism as a function of robot group membership

Eyssel FA, Kuchenbrandt D (2012)
British Journal of Social Psychology 51(4): 724-731.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
Previous work on social categorization has shown that people often use cues such as a person's gender, age, or ethnicity to categorize and form impressions of others. The present research investigated effects of social category membership on the evaluation of humanoid robots. More specifically, participants rated a humanoid robot that either belonged to their in-group or to a national out-group with regard to anthropomorphism (e.g., mind attribution, warmth), psychological closeness, contact intentions, and design. We predicted that participants would show an in-group bias towards the robot that ostensibly belonged to their in-group as indicated by its name and location of production. In line with our hypotheses, participants not only rated the in-group robot more favourably importantly, they also anthropomorphized it more strongly than the out-group robot. Our findings thus document that people even apply social categorization processes and subsequent differential social evaluations to robots.
Erscheinungsjahr
2012
Zeitschriftentitel
British Journal of Social Psychology
Band
51
Ausgabe
4
Seite(n)
724-731
ISSN
0144-6665
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2283013

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Eyssel FA, Kuchenbrandt D. Social categorization of social robots: Anthropomorphism as a function of robot group membership. British Journal of Social Psychology. 2012;51(4):724-731.
Eyssel, F. A., & Kuchenbrandt, D. (2012). Social categorization of social robots: Anthropomorphism as a function of robot group membership. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51(4), 724-731. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.2044-8309.2011.02082.x
Eyssel, F. A., and Kuchenbrandt, D. (2012). Social categorization of social robots: Anthropomorphism as a function of robot group membership. British Journal of Social Psychology 51, 724-731.
Eyssel, F.A., & Kuchenbrandt, D., 2012. Social categorization of social robots: Anthropomorphism as a function of robot group membership. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51(4), p 724-731.
F.A. Eyssel and D. Kuchenbrandt, “Social categorization of social robots: Anthropomorphism as a function of robot group membership”, British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 51, 2012, pp. 724-731.
Eyssel, F.A., Kuchenbrandt, D.: Social categorization of social robots: Anthropomorphism as a function of robot group membership. British Journal of Social Psychology. 51, 724-731 (2012).
Eyssel, Friederike Anne, and Kuchenbrandt, Dieta. “Social categorization of social robots: Anthropomorphism as a function of robot group membership”. British Journal of Social Psychology 51.4 (2012): 724-731.

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