Johannes Maria Kraus

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This paper introduces a model integrating research on antecedents of safe and enjoyable interaction with highly automated advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). It focuses on the psychological processes during the initial encounters with a system, in which system features interact with personality factors in building up beliefs and attitudes about a(More)
In automated cars social agents could facilitate trust generation. We conducted a driving simulator study in which we manipulated the human-likeness of a spoken-dialogue system (SDS). In a simple rural road overtaking paradigm users either interacted with a SDS with no physical presence (Voice Only), with an SDS represented by the humanoid robot NAO(More)
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