WIP group 8

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Open Questions

  • What is important for effective anthropomorphism? Avoiding repeated answers, showing some (abstract) face visualization, audio output?
  • Are we going to separate input processing and output production? This would allow us to specialize. One can for example focus on the input, another on the output, another on the database, another on the GUI, and the last of us on the user experience.
  • Are we going to add additional buttons? E.g. to explicitly add/remove goals, to toggle between different kinds of inputs, etc?

Not-yet-organized references

Possibly relevant papers:

possibly relevant papers for theoretical background:

  • Literature review about different robotics (ours is assistive i think)

Royakkers, L., & van Est, R. (2015). A literature review on new robotics: automation from love to war. International journal of social robotics, 7(5), 549-570. (Summarized)


Melson GF, Kahn PH, Beck A, Friedman B (2009) Robotic pets in human lives: implications for the human-animal bond and for human relationships with personified technologies. J Soc Issues 65(3):545–569


Duffy BR (2003) Anthropomorphism and the social robot. Robot Auton Syst 42(3–4):170–190

  • DESIGNING and taking into account human emotions:

chapter 5 of Affective Interaction: Understanding, Evaluating, and Designing for Human Emotion (See summary)


Riether, N., Hegel, F., Wrede, B., & Horstmann, G. (2012, March). Social facilitation with social robots?. In 2012 7th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) (pp. 41-47). IEEE. (see summary)


Woods, S., Dautenhahn, K., & Kaouri, C. (2005, June). Is someone watching me?-consideration of social facilitation effects in human-robot interaction experiments. In 2005 international symposium on computational intelligence in robotics and automation (pp. 53-60). IEEE. (see summary)


Eyssel, F., & Reich, N. (2013, March). Loneliness makes the heart grow fonder (of robots)—On the effects of loneliness on psychological anthropomorphism. In 2013 8th acm/ieee international conference on human-robot interaction (hri) (pp. 121-122). IEEE.


van Minkelen, P., Gruson, C., van Hees, P., Willems, M., de Wit, J., Aarts, R., ... & Vogt, P. (2020, March). Using self-determination theory in social robots to increase motivation in L2 word learning. In Proceedings of the 2020 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (pp. 369-377).

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