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Document type:
Konferenzbeitrag 
Contribution type:
Textbeitrag / Aufsatz 
Author(s):
Thierry Chaminade, David W Franklin, Erhan Oztop, Gordon Cheng 
Title:
Motor interference between humans and humanoid robots: Effect of biological and artificial motion 
Pages contribution:
96-101 
Abstract:
If humanoid robots are to become commonplace in our society, it is important to understand how they are perceived by humans. An influent model in social cognitive neuroscience posits that in human face-to-face interaction, the observation of another individual performing an action facilitates the execution of a similar action, and interferes with the execution of different action. In one interference experiment, null interference was reported when subjects observed an industrial robotic arm movi...    »
 
Editor:
IEEE 
Book / Congress title:
Proceedings. The 4th International Conference on Development and Learning, 2005 
Organization:
IEEE 
Year:
2005 
Year / month:
2005-07 
Reviewed:
ja 
Language:
en