Papers, Reports, and Conference Presentations Related to the Socially Interactive Robots Studies

The links to the papers, reports, and conference presentations below include additional information about socially interactive robots and sources of information that were the foundations of the research conducted as part of the project.

Measurement Instruments for the Anthropomorphism, Animacy, Likeability, Perceived Intellegence, and Perceived Safety of Robots by Christoph Bartneck, Dana Kulic and Elizabeth Croft

Anthropomorphism and the Social Robot by Brian R. Duffy

Toward Sociable Robots by Cynthia Breazeal

Utility of Socially Interactive Robots for Intervening with Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders by Carl J. Dunst, Jeremy Prior, and Carol M. Trivette

Defining Socially Assistive Robotics by David Feil-Seifer and Maja J Mataric

A Survey of Socially Interactive Robots by Terrence Fong, Illah Nourbakhsh, and Kerstin Dautenhahn