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Trust in Human-Robot Interaction

  • ID: 5130585
  • Book
  • January 2021
  • 275 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Trust in Human-Robot Interaction addresses the gamut of factors that influence trust of robotic systems. The book presents the theory, fundamentals, techniques and diverse applications of the behavioral, cognitive and neural mechanisms of trust in human-robot interaction, covering topics like individual differences, transparency, communication, physical design, privacy and ethics.
  • 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
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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

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Nam, Chang S.
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.
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