Do We Really Like Robots that Match our Personality? The Case of Big-Five Traits, Godspeed Scores and Robotic Gestures

@inproceedings{Craenen2018DoWR,
  title={Do We Really Like Robots that Match our Personality? The Case of Big-Five Traits, Godspeed Scores and Robotic Gestures},
  author={Bart G. W. Craenen and Amol Deshmukh and Mary Ellen Foster and Alessandro Vinciarelli},
  year={2018}
}
This work investigates the role of the attraction paradigm — the tendency to associate similarity and attraction in interpersonal relations — in Human-Robot Interaction. The experiment presented here involved 30 human observers who watched and rated 45 robotic gestures in terms of BigFive personality traits and Godspeed scores. The results show that, for 24… CONTINUE READING