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Participants taking cover from a simulated earthquake interacted with a search-and-rescue robot that paid attention either to them or to the environment, and that they thought was either controlled by a person or autonomous. In general, the robot elicited the strongest positive responses when it focused on participants who thought they were interacting with a person. © 2013 IEEE.
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Dole, L. D., Sirkin, D. M., Currano, R. M., Murphy, R. R., & Nass, C. I.