Julia L. Wright

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In the current experiment, we simulated a multitasking environment and evaluated the effects of an intelligent agent, RoboLeader, on the performance of human operators who had the responsibility of managing the plans/routes for three vehicles (their own manned ground vehicle, an aerial robotic vehicle, and a ground robotic vehicle) while maintaining proper(More)
Past research has shown that multi-modal sensory cues can reduce the workload of the user while simultaneously increasing performance capacity. This study looks to examine how performance is impacted in a multi-modal sensory cueing target detection task in which the cueing automation is imperfect. Twenty-seven undergraduate participants volunteered to take(More)
To date, research into the potential impact of fundamental design attributes, such as material and color, on human-robot trust has been limited. This study addresses how a human's perception of fundamental, basic design features (i.e., the robot's physical appearance) may influence their attribution of anthropomorphic characteristics to the robot. Two(More)
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