Influence of robot-issued joint attention cues on gaze and preference
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- ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, 2013, pp. 95 - 96
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If inadvertently perceived as Joint Attention, a robot's incidental behaviors could potentially influence preferences of observing humans. A study was conducted with 16 robot-näive participants to explore the influences of robot-issued Joint Attention cues during decision-making. The results suggest that Joint Attention is transferable to HRI and can influence the process and outcome of human decision-making. © 2013 IEEE.
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