Jessica Eichberg

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In the present experiment, we tested the impact of the gender typicality of a human–robot interaction (HRI) task on the user's performance during HRI, and on evaluation and acceptance of the robot. N = 73 participants (38 males and 35 females) performed either a stereotypically male or a stereotypically female task while being instructed by either a 'male'(More)
In this study we investigated the use of gaze and pointing gestures in scenarios where a human has to follow the instructions of a humanoid robot. Our objective was to analyze the performance of a human participant, that solves an abstract jigsaw puzzle with the help of our robot instructor, in different grounding scenarios with varying difficulty.(More)
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