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Does Expression of Grounded Affect in a Hexapod Robot Elicit More Prosocial Responses?

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Does Expression of Grounded Affect in a Hexapod Robot Elicit More Prosocial Responses? / Hickton, Luke; Lewis, Matthew; Koay, Kheng; Cañamero, Lola.

UKRAS20 Conference: “Robots into the real world” Proceedings. EPSRC UK-RAS Network, 2020. p. 40-42.

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Hickton, L, Lewis, M, Koay, K & Cañamero, L 2020, Does Expression of Grounded Affect in a Hexapod Robot Elicit More Prosocial Responses? in UKRAS20 Conference: “Robots into the real world” Proceedings. EPSRC UK-RAS Network, pp. 40-42, The 3rd UK-RAS Conference for PhD Students & Early-Career Researchers on ‘Robots into the Real World‘ , Lincoln, United Kingdom, 17/04/20. https://doi.org/10.31256/Hz3Ww4T

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Hickton, L., Lewis, M., Koay, K., & Cañamero, L. (2020). Does Expression of Grounded Affect in a Hexapod Robot Elicit More Prosocial Responses? In UKRAS20 Conference: “Robots into the real world” Proceedings (pp. 40-42). EPSRC UK-RAS Network. https://doi.org/10.31256/Hz3Ww4T

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Hickton L, Lewis M, Koay K, Cañamero L. Does Expression of Grounded Affect in a Hexapod Robot Elicit More Prosocial Responses? In UKRAS20 Conference: “Robots into the real world” Proceedings. EPSRC UK-RAS Network. 2020. p. 40-42 https://doi.org/10.31256/Hz3Ww4T

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Hickton, Luke ; Lewis, Matthew ; Koay, Kheng ; Cañamero, Lola. / Does Expression of Grounded Affect in a Hexapod Robot Elicit More Prosocial Responses?. UKRAS20 Conference: “Robots into the real world” Proceedings. EPSRC UK-RAS Network, 2020. pp. 40-42

Bibtex

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abstract = "We consider how non-humanoid robots can communicate their affective state via bodily forms of communication, and the extent to which this can influence human response. We propose a simple model of grounded affect and kinesic expression and outline two experiments (N=9 and N=180) in which participants were asked to watch expressive and non-expressive hexapod robots perform different {\textquoteleft}scenes{\textquoteright}. Our preliminary findings suggest the expressive robot stimulated greater desire for interaction, and was more likely to be attributed with emotion. It also elicited more desire for prosocial behaviour.",
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