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Brincker, Maria
2016. Dynamics of Perceptible Agency: The Case of Social Robots. Minds and Machines 26:4  pp. 441 ff. Crossref logo
Broadbent, Elizabeth
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Caudwell, Catherine & Cherie Lacey
2020. What do home robots want? The ambivalent power of cuteness in robotic relationships. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies 26:4  pp. 956 ff. Crossref logo
Damiano, Luisa & Paul Dumouchel
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Darling, Kate, Palash Nandy & Cynthia Breazeal
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Kaerlein, Timo
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Lacey, Cherie & Catherine Caudwell
2019.  In 2019 14th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI),  pp. 374 ff. Crossref logo
Lee, Jung Min, Jongsoo Baek & Da Young Ju
2018. Anthropomorphic Design: Emotional Perception for Deformable Object. Frontiers in Psychology 9 Crossref logo
Mattiassi, Alan D. A., Mauro Sarrica, Filippo Cavallo & Leopoldina Fortunati
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Musiał, Maciej
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Naseer, Moazzam & Celalettin Aktaş
2019.  In Handbook of Research on Media Literacy Research and Applications Across Disciplines [Advances in Multimedia and Interactive Technologies, ],  pp. 204 ff. Crossref logo
Naseer, Moazzam & Celalettin Aktaş
2019.  In Handbook of Research on Social Inequality and Education [Advances in Educational Marketing, Administration, and Leadership, ],  pp. 366 ff. Crossref logo
Pecune, Florian
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Pfadenhauer, Michaela
2015. The Contemporary Appeal of Artificial Companions: Social Robots as Vehicles to Cultural Worlds of Experience. The Information Society 31:3  pp. 284 ff. Crossref logo
Pfadenhauer, Michaela & Christoph Dukat
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Savin-Baden, Maggi, Gemma Tombs, Roy Bhakta & David Burden
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Savin‐Baden, Maggi & Roy Bhakta
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Traue, Harald, Frank Ohl, André Brechmann, Friedhelm Schwenker, Henrik Kessler, Kerstin Limbrecht, Holger Hoffmann, Stefan Scherer, Michael Kotzyba, Andreas Scheck & Steffen Walter
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2020. The 3 C's of anthropomorphism: Connection, comprehension, and competition. Consumer Psychology Review 3:1  pp. 3 ff. Crossref logo
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