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The Negative Attitudes Towards Robots Scale and reactions to robot behaviour in a live Human-Robot Interaction study

@inproceedings{Syrdal2009TheNA,
  title={The Negative Attitudes Towards Robots Scale and reactions to robot behaviour in a live Human-Robot Interaction study},
  author={D. Syrdal and K. Dautenhahn and K. Koay and M. Walters},
  year={2009}
}
  • D. Syrdal, K. Dautenhahn, +1 author M. Walters
  • Published 2009
  • Psychology
  • This paper describes the use of the Negative Attitudes Towards Robots Scale (NARS) to explain participants' evaluations of robot behaviour styles in a Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) study. Twentyeight participants interacted with a robot in two experimental conditions in which the robot’s behaviour was varied. Reliability analysis and a PCA was performed on the NARS items, creating three new subscales. Correlations between the subscales and other evaluations of the robot's behaviour found… CONTINUE READING
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