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Have you ever lied?: The impacts of gaze avoidance on people's perception of a robot

Title
Have you ever lied?: The impacts of gaze avoidance on people's perception of a robot
Authors
Choi J.J.Kim Y.Kwak S.S.
Ewha Authors
곽소나
SCOPUS Author ID
곽소나scopus
Issue Date
2013
Journal Title
ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction
ISSN
2167-2148JCR Link
Citation
pp. 105 - 106
Indexed
SCOPUS scopus
Abstract
In human-human interaction, gaze avoidance is usually interpreted as having intention to escape from an embarrassing situation. This study explores whether gaze avoidance by a robot can be delivered as an intention, and whether this intention can make a robot perceived as having sociability and intelligence. We executed a 2 (question type: normal vs. embarrassing) × 2 (gaze type: gaze vs. gaze avoidance) within-participants experiment (N=24). In an embarrassing situation, a robot with gaze avoidance is perceived as more sociable and intelligent than a robot that holds its gaze, while the robot that holds its gaze in a normal situation is perceived as more sociable and intelligent than a robot with gaze avoidance. Implications for the design of human-robot interactions are discussed. © 2013 IEEE.
DOI
10.1109/HRI.2013.6483523
ISBN
9781467330558
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조형예술대학 > 산업디자인전공 > Journal papers
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