The (Fe)male Robot: How Robot Body Shape Impacts First Impressions and Trust Towards Robots

@article{Bernotat2021TheR,
  title={The (Fe)male Robot: How Robot Body Shape Impacts First Impressions and Trust Towards Robots},
  author={Jasmin Bernotat and F. Eyssel and Janik Sachse},
  journal={International Journal of Social Robotics},
  year={2021},
  pages={1-13}
}
Humanlikeness, including robot gender, impacts people’s impression of social robots (Eyssel and Hegel in J Appl Soc Psychol 42(9):2213–2230, 2012) and actual human robot interaction (HRI) (Kuchenbrandt et al. in Int J Soc Robot 6(3):417–427, 2014; Reich-Stiebert and Eyssel in Proceedings of the 2017 ACM/IEEE international conference on human–robot interaction, ACM, pp 166–176, 2017). Although robot gender has been manipulated in various ways in previous research (Alexander et al. in Proceedings… Expand
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