The influence of social interaction on the perception of emotional expression: a case study with a robot head

Murray, John C. and Cañamero, Lola and Bard, Kim A. and Ross, Marina Davila and Thorsteinsson, Kate (2009) The influence of social interaction on the perception of emotional expression: a case study with a robot head. In: Advances in robotics. Advances in Robotics, 5744 . Springer, pp. 63-72. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

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In this paper we focus primarily on the influence that socio-emotional interaction has on the perception of emotional expression by a robot. We also investigate and discuss the importance of emotion expression in socially interactive situations involving human robot interaction (HRI), and show the importance of utilising emotion expression when dealing with interactive robots, that are to learn and develop in socially situated environments. We discuss early expressional development and the function of emotion in communication in humans and how this can improve HRI communications. Finally we provide experimental results showing how emotion-rich interaction via emotion expression can affect the HRI process by providing additional information.

Keywords:Robotics, HRI, Social Interaction, Emotion Expression
Subjects:H Engineering > H671 Robotics
Divisions:College of Science > School of Computer Science
ID Code:23882
Deposited On:29 Aug 2016 19:44

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