Technological and interpersonal trust in child-robot interaction


8804308 3x2 700x467CcaM researcher Caroline van Straten videopresented her latest paper "Technological and interpersonal trust in child-robot interaction: An exploratory study" at the 6th International Conference on Human-Agent Interaction.

Coauthored with CcaM'ers Jochen Peter, Rinaldo Kuhne, Chiara de Jong, and Alex Barco, Caroline and her CcaM colleagues conducted an exploratory study with 87 children (aged 7 to 11 years) to explore whether children distinguish between technological and interpersonal trust when it comes to relationships with social robots. Results suggest that children do indeed distinguish between these forms of trust, and go beyond this well. Interested to learn more?  

You can watch the entire presentation here

You can also download the paper hereTo learn more about this research, please contact Caroline van Straten (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

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