Living with Robots: Investigating the Habituation Effect in Participants' Preferences During a Longitudinal Human-Robot Interaction Study

@article{Koay2007LivingWR,
  title={Living with Robots: Investigating the Habituation Effect in Participants' Preferences During a Longitudinal Human-Robot Interaction Study},
  author={Kheng Lee Koay and Dag Sverre Syrdal and Michael L. Walters and Kerstin Dautenhahn},
  journal={RO-MAN 2007 - The 16th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication},
  year={2007},
  pages={564-569}
}
This paper presents and discusses a longitudinal study which investigated habituation effects between humans and robots over a period of five weeks. Participants' preferences for the robot's approach distance with respect to its approach direction and appearance were investigated in a variety of domestic scenarios. These human-robot interaction (HRI) scenarios were also designed to explore the notions of autonomy and control. The results of this study show that participants' preferences change… CONTINUE READING
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