Persistence of the uncanny valley: the influence of repeated interactions and a robot's attitude on its perception

Zlotowski J, Sumioka H, Nishio S, Glas DF, Bartneck C, Ishiguro H (2015)
Frontiers in Psychology 6: 883.

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Zlotowski, JakubUniBi; Sumioka, Hidenobu; Nishio, Shuichi; Glas, Dylan F.; Bartneck, Christoph; Ishiguro, Hiroshi
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2015
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Frontiers in Psychology
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Zlotowski J, Sumioka H, Nishio S, Glas DF, Bartneck C, Ishiguro H. Persistence of the uncanny valley: the influence of repeated interactions and a robot's attitude on its perception. Frontiers in Psychology. 2015;6:883.
Zlotowski, J., Sumioka, H., Nishio, S., Glas, D. F., Bartneck, C., & Ishiguro, H. (2015). Persistence of the uncanny valley: the influence of repeated interactions and a robot's attitude on its perception. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 883. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00883
Zlotowski, J., Sumioka, H., Nishio, S., Glas, D. F., Bartneck, C., and Ishiguro, H. (2015). Persistence of the uncanny valley: the influence of repeated interactions and a robot's attitude on its perception. Frontiers in Psychology 6, 883.
Zlotowski, J., et al., 2015. Persistence of the uncanny valley: the influence of repeated interactions and a robot's attitude on its perception. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, p 883.
J. Zlotowski, et al., “Persistence of the uncanny valley: the influence of repeated interactions and a robot's attitude on its perception”, Frontiers in Psychology, vol. 6, 2015, pp. 883.
Zlotowski, J., Sumioka, H., Nishio, S., Glas, D.F., Bartneck, C., Ishiguro, H.: Persistence of the uncanny valley: the influence of repeated interactions and a robot's attitude on its perception. Frontiers in Psychology. 6, 883 (2015).
Zlotowski, Jakub, Sumioka, Hidenobu, Nishio, Shuichi, Glas, Dylan F., Bartneck, Christoph, and Ishiguro, Hiroshi. “Persistence of the uncanny valley: the influence of repeated interactions and a robot's attitude on its perception”. Frontiers in Psychology 6 (2015): 883.

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