Subject: human-robot interaction | Psychology | human–robot interaction | BF1-990 | social signals | Original Research | error situation | video analysis | social norm violation | technical failure
Human–robot interactions are often affected by error situations that are caused by either the robot or the human. Therefore, robots would profit from the ability to recognize when error situations occur. We investigated the verbal and non-verbal social signals that huma... View more
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