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Experimental investigation into influence of negative attitudes toward robots on human–robot interaction
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Negative attitudes toward robots are considered as one of the psychological factors preventing humans from interacting with robots in daily life. Expand
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Prediction of Human Behavior in Human--Robot Interaction Using Psychological Scales for Anxiety and Negative Attitudes Toward Robots
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This paper reports our empirical study on the relationships between people's attitudes and emotions, and their behavior toward a robot. Expand
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The influence of people’s culture and prior experiences with Aibo on their attitude towards robots
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This paper presents a cross-cultural study on peoples’ negative attitude toward robots. Expand
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Measurement of negative attitudes toward robots
A great deal of research has been performed recently on robots that feature functions for communicating with humans in daily life, i.e., communication robots. We consider it important to developExpand
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People's assumptions about robots: investigation of their relationships with attitudes and emotions toward robots
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This paper reports detailed results of the pilot survey, discusses implications of the results and problems with them, and suggests possible future works based on the results. Expand
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A cross-cultural study on attitudes towards robots
This study presents the result of a cross-cultural study of negative attitude towards robots. A questionnaire was presented to Dutch, Chinese and Japanese participants based on the Negative AttitudeExpand
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Measurement of Anxiety toward Robots
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We develop the Robot Anxiety Scale (RAS) for measuring the anxiety that prevents individuals from interaction with robots having functions of communication in daily life. Expand
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Cultural Differences in Attitudes Towards Robots
This study presents the result of a cross-cultural study of negative attitude towards robots. A questionnaire was presented to Dutch, Chinese, German, Mexican, American (USA) and JapaneseExpand
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What People Assume about Humanoid and Animal-Type Robots: Cross-Cultural Analysis between Japan, Korea, and the United States
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To broadly explore the rationale behind more socially acceptable robot design and to investigate the psychological aspects of social acceptance of robotics, a cross-cultural research instrument, the Robot Assumptions Questionnaire (RAQ) was administered to university students in Japan, Korea, and the United States, focusing on five factors relating to humanoid and animal-type robots: relative autonomy, social relationship with humans, emotional aspects, roles assumed, and images held. Expand
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Altered Attitudes of People toward Robots : Investigation through the Negative Attitudes toward Robots Scale ∗
It is important to measure what images, opinions, and attitudes people have developed toward robots and how they can be changed, from scientific and engineering perspectives. This paper reportsExpand
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