Robots with Display Screens: A Robot with a More Humanlike Face Display Is Perceived To Have More Mind and a Better Personality

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It is important for robot designers to know how to make robots that interact effectively with humans. One key dimension is robot appearance and in particular how humanlike the robot should be. Uncanny Valley theory suggests that robots look uncanny when their appearance approaches, but is not absolutely, human. An underlying mechanism may be that appearance… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0072589

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@inproceedings{Broadbent2013RobotsWD, title={Robots with Display Screens: A Robot with a More Humanlike Face Display Is Perceived To Have More Mind and a Better Personality}, author={Elizabeth Broadbent and V. Vignesh Kumar and Xingyan Li and John J. Sollers and Rebecca Q. Stafford and Bruce A. MacDonald and Daniel M. Wegner}, booktitle={PloS one}, year={2013} }