- Presents a repository of the open questions and challenges in trust in HRI
- Includes contributions from many disciplines participating in HRI research, including psychology, neuroscience, sociology, engineering and computer science
- Examines human information processing as a foundation for understanding HRI
- Details the methods and techniques used to test and quantify trust in HRI
Part I: Fundamentals of Human-Robot Interaction 1. Robotics 2. Human information processing 3. R&D framework/platform 4. Applications
PART II: Determinants of Trust in Human-Robot Interaction 5. Individual differences 6. Social factors 7. Transparency 8. Understanding robot intent 9. Robot behaviour and trust 10. Contextual factors and trust 11. Agent-based systems 12. Communication and trust 13. Physical Design and trust 14. Engagement and trust A. Modelling trust in HRI
PART III: Human-Robot Interaction and Emerging Issues 11. Ethics and privacy 12. User-Centered Design and Development Process
Chang S. Nam is currently a Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at North Carolina State University (NCSU), USA. He is also an associated faculty in the UNC/NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering as well as Department of Psychology. He received a PhD in human factors and ergonomics from the Grado Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech. His primary research interests are human-robot interaction, brain-computer interface, neuroergonomics, and affective computing. Currently, Nam serves as Editor for a journal on Brain-Computer Interfaces. Nam has served as a guest editor for special issues of the International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction.
Lyons, Joseph B.
Joseph B. Lyons is currently a Senior Research Psychologist for the United States Air Force Research laboratory. He received his Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational psychology with a minor in human factors from Wright State university. His primary research interests include: human-machine trust, interpersonal trust, leadership, and organizational science. Currently, Lyons serves as an Associate Editor for the journal Military Psychology, and he has served as a guest editor for IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems. Formerly, he served as the Editor for The Military Psychologist.