New JHRI Area: Gems from the Past
|We are beginning a special track of papers to be regularly included in issues of the Journal of Human-Robot Interaction. This track focuses on classic papers that have high relevance to the field of HRI and that probably need to be read by a wider range of HRI researchers. The track will consist of both invited papers as well as regular submissions.|
CFP: All issues
|The Journal of Human-Robot Interaction is now accepting papers.
How to submit:
(1) Go to http://humanrobotinteraction.org/journal/index.php/HRI/login and login or follow the link to register with the site. If registering, click the buttons at the bottom of author and reviewer.
(2) Login, follow link to user home, and click the “new submission” link on the lower right.
(3) Follow the instructions.
Vol 5, No 1 (2016): Regular Issue
Table of Contents
Robotics, Computer Science, and AI
|Two Invariants of Human Swarm Interaction|
|Daniel Sundquist Brown, Michael A. Goodrich, Shin-Young Jung, Sean C. Kerman||1–31|
|Towards Long-Term Social Child-Robot Interaction: Using Multi-Activity Switching to Engage Young Users|
|Alexandre Coninx, Paul Baxter, Elettra Oleari, Sara Bellini, Bert Bierman, Olivier Blanson Henkemans, Lola Cañamero, Piero Cosi, Valentin Enescu, Raquel Ros Espinoza, Antoine Hiolle, Rémi Humbert, Bernd Kiefer, Ivana Kruijff-Korbayovà, Rosmarijn Looije, Marco Mosconi, Mark Neerincx, Giulio Paci, Georgios Patsis, Clara Pozzi, Francesca Sacchitelli, Hichem Sahli, Alberto Sanna, Giacomo Sommavilla, Fabio Tesser, Yiannis Demiris, Tony Belpaeme||32–67|
|EEG-Based Mu Rhythm Suppression to Measure the Effects of Appearance and Motion on Perceived Human Likeness of a Robot|
|Goh Matsuda, Kazuo Hiraki, Hiroshi Ishiguro||68–81|
Behavioral and Social Science
|Please Continue, We Need More Data: An Exploration of Obedience to Robots|
|Denise Y. Geiskkovitch, Derek Cormier, Stela H. Seo, James E Young||82–99|
|Human-Animal Teams as an Analog for Future Human-Robot Teams: Influencing Design and Fostering Trust|
|Elizabeth Kathleen Phillips, Kristin Schaefer, Deborah R. Billings, Florian Jentsch, Peter A. Hancock||100–125|
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