Activating elicited agent knowledge: How robot and user features shape the perception of social robots

Eyssel FA, Kuchenbrandt D, Hegel F, de Ruiter L (2012)
In: Proceedings of the 21th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2012), Paris. IEEE: 851-857.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
A recent theoretical framework on anthropomorphism emphasizes the role of elicited agent knowledge in anthropomorphic inferences about nonhuman entities. According to the Three-Factor Model of psychological Anthropomorphism, people use anthropocentric knowledge structures when judging unfamiliar objects (e.g., robots). In the present research, our goal was to manipulate the accessibility of such elicited agent knowledge by varying features of a robot’s voice: Specifically, we examined effects of vocal cues that reflected both gender of robot (i.e., a male vs. female voice) and voice type (i.e., a human-like vs. robot-like voice). This was done to test the impact of these vocal features on anthropomorphic inferences about the robot and on human-robot interaction (HRI) acceptance. Our results demonstrate that a robot’s vocal cues clearly influence subsequent judgments of the robot and particularly so, when participant gender taken into account. Implications of our research for robotics will be discussed.
Erscheinungsjahr
2012
Titel des Konferenzbandes
Proceedings of the 21th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2012), Paris
Seite(n)
851-857
Konferenz
21th IEEE International Symposium in Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2012)
Konferenzort
Paris, France
Konferenzdatum
2012-09-09 – 2012-09-13
ISBN
978-1-4673-4604-7
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2528237

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Eyssel FA, Kuchenbrandt D, Hegel F, de Ruiter L. Activating elicited agent knowledge: How robot and user features shape the perception of social robots. In: Proceedings of the 21th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2012), Paris. IEEE; 2012: 851-857.
Eyssel, F. A., Kuchenbrandt, D., Hegel, F., & de Ruiter, L. (2012). Activating elicited agent knowledge: How robot and user features shape the perception of social robots. Proceedings of the 21th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2012), Paris, 851-857. IEEE. doi:10.1109/roman.2012.6343858
Eyssel, F. A., Kuchenbrandt, D., Hegel, F., and de Ruiter, L. (2012). “Activating elicited agent knowledge: How robot and user features shape the perception of social robots” in Proceedings of the 21th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2012), Paris (IEEE), 851-857.
Eyssel, F.A., et al., 2012. Activating elicited agent knowledge: How robot and user features shape the perception of social robots. In Proceedings of the 21th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2012), Paris. IEEE, pp. 851-857.
F.A. Eyssel, et al., “Activating elicited agent knowledge: How robot and user features shape the perception of social robots”, Proceedings of the 21th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2012), Paris, IEEE, 2012, pp.851-857.
Eyssel, F.A., Kuchenbrandt, D., Hegel, F., de Ruiter, L.: Activating elicited agent knowledge: How robot and user features shape the perception of social robots. Proceedings of the 21th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2012), Paris. p. 851-857. IEEE (2012).
Eyssel, Friederike Anne, Kuchenbrandt, Dieta, Hegel, Frank, and de Ruiter, Laura. “Activating elicited agent knowledge: How robot and user features shape the perception of social robots”. Proceedings of the 21th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2012), Paris. IEEE, 2012. 851-857.

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