Arousal, valence, and the uncanny valley: psychophysiological and self-report findings

@inproceedings{Cheetham2015ArousalVA,
  title={Arousal, valence, and the uncanny valley: psychophysiological and self-report findings},
  author={Marcus Cheetham and Lingdan Wu and Paul Pauli and Lutz Jancke},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2015}
}
The main prediction of the Uncanny Valley Hypothesis (UVH) is that observation of humanlike characters that are difficult to distinguish from the human counterpart will evoke a state of negative affect. Well-established electrophysiological [late positive potential (LPP) and facial electromyography (EMG)] and self-report [Self-Assessment Manikin (SAM)] indices of valence and arousal, i.e., the primary orthogonal dimensions of affective experience, were used to test this prediction by examining… CONTINUE READING
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