The influence of subjects' personality traits on personal spatial zones in a human-robot interaction experiment

@article{Walters2005TheIO,
  title={The influence of subjects' personality traits on personal spatial zones in a human-robot interaction experiment},
  author={Michael L. Walters and Kerstin Dautenhahn and I. Ren{\'e} J. A. te Boekhorst and Kheng Lee Koay and Christina Kaouri and Sarah N. Woods and Chrystopher L. Nehaniv and David Lee and Iain P. Werry},
  journal={ROMAN 2005. IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, 2005.},
  year={2005},
  pages={347-352}
}
In the present study we investigated human-robot and robot-human approach distances. We found that subjects' personality profiles influence personal spatial zones in human-robot interaction experiments. We tested two hypotheses: first, we predicted that approach distances preferred by humans when interacting with a robot would be comparable to those preferred when humans interact socially with each other. Our experiments involving humans interacting with a mobile robot confirm this hypothesis… CONTINUE READING

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