HRI-BioPsy is an abbreviation for the the above project title and is conducted at the Adaptive Systems Research Group, part of the University of Hertfordshire. HRI-BioPsy aims to shed more light on processes and factors that impact upon the "quality" or rapport of human-robot interaction. In the long run insights from this kind of research may contribute to a more principled understanding of what makes human-centric interaction work and, coversely, which kind or attributes of (robot) behaviour(s) will most likely lead to an interactional breakdown. This project is a follow-up of the Motor Interference and Motor Coordination in Human-Human Interaction project.


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