Robotic Psychology

  title={Robotic Psychology},
  author={Alexander V. Lib and E. Libin},
  • Alexander V. Lib, E. Libin
  • Published 2004
robo-IQ The complexity of the software-based artificial intelligence related to an adequate performance of an uncertain or multiple-choice task. robot An automat with programmed behavior designed for the purposes of substituting for certain human activity or to satisfy a person's physical, psychological, or social needs. robotic psychology A study of compatibility between people and artificial creatures on different levels: sensorimotor, emotional, cognitive, and social. 
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