Effects of Experience and Workplace Culture in Human-Robot Team Interaction in Robotic Surgery: A Case Study

@article{Cunningham2013EffectsOE,
  title={Effects of Experience and Workplace Culture in Human-Robot Team Interaction in Robotic Surgery: A Case Study},
  author={S. Cunningham and Amine Chellali and I. Jaffre and J. Classe and Caroline G. L. Cao},
  journal={International Journal of Social Robotics},
  year={2013},
  volume={5},
  pages={75-88}
}
Robots are being used in the operating room to aid in surgery, prompting changes to workflow and adaptive behavior by the users. This case study presents a methodology for examining human-robot team interaction in a complex environment, along with the results of its application in a study of the effects of experience and workplace culture, for human-robot team interaction in the operating room. The analysis of verbal and non-verbal events in robotic surgery in two different surgical teams (one… 
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