Influence of Robot's Interaction Style on Performance in a Stroop Task

Abstract : For a greater acceptance of robots in home-like environments , there is a great need to adapt the behaviors of the robots to the profiles of the individuals they interact with. In this paper, we investigate the impact of the sensory profile of an individual over the robot styles of interaction displayed by a humanoid robot in a non-verbal word-color Stroop task. The style of interaction is based on different visual and auditory stimuli. The results of a within participants study carried out with 30 participants are reported. Our study suggests that the sensory profile of an individual should be taken into consideration when deciding the style of interaction between a robot and the person. We found statistical results that suggest that there is a difference in performance based on having either a low or high auditory category type.
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Roxana Agrigoroaie, Adriana Tapus. Influence of Robot's Interaction Style on Performance in a Stroop Task. International Conference on Social Robotics, Nov 2017, Tsukuba, Japan. ⟨hal-01591719⟩

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