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Personality Perception of Robot Avatar Teleoperators

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Nowadays a significant part of human-human interaction takes place over distance. Tele-operated robot avatars, in which an operator’s behaviours are portrayed by a robot proxy, have the potential to improve distance interaction, e.g., improving social presence and trust. However, having communication mediated by a robot changes the perception of the operator’s appearance and behaviour, which have been shown to be used alongside vocal cues in judging personality. In this work we investigate how robot mediation affects the way the personality of the operator is perceived.

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