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Selected Publications

Christeson, C., Fraune, M. R., Correia, F., Paiva, A. (Accepted). I know I am, but what are you?: The effects of culture and self-categorization on emotions toward the NAO robot. Computer-Supported Cooperative Work.

Fraune, M. R., Au, R. H. Y., Langlois, D., Preusse, H., Rheman, M., Ling, K., Tsui, K. M. (2022). With age comes technology wisdom: Effect of affinity for technology on group cohesion and mental health during social isolation depends on age across cultures. Elsevier: Social Science Research Network (SSRN). [link]

Fraune, M. R., Leite, I., Karatas, K., Amirova, A., Legeleux, A., Sandygulova, A., Neerincx, A., Tikas, G. D., Gunes, H., Mohan, M., Abbasi, N. I., Shenoy, S., Scassellati, B., De Visser, E., & Komatsu, T. (2022). Lessons learned about designing and conducting studies from HRI experts. Frontiers in Robotics and AI, section Human-Robot Interaction [pdf]

Rueben, M., Horrocks, M. R., Martinez, J. E., LaLone, N., Fraune, M. R., & Toups, Z. (2022). I See You!": A Design Framework for Interface Cues about Agent Visual Perception from a Thematic Analysis of Video Games. 2022 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'22).

Au, R. H. Y., Ling, K., Fraune, M. R., Tsui, K. M. (2022). Robot Touch to Send Sympathy: Divergent Perspectives of Senders and Recipients. International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction 2022.

Preusse, H., Skulsky, R., Fraune, M. R., Stringam, B. B. (2021). Together we can figure it out: Groups find hospitality robots easier to use and interact with them more than individuals. Frontiers in Psychology [link]

Fraune, M. R., Zemedie, M., Kahlaf, A., Z., Hamilton, W., Toups, Z., Tran, S. (2021). Developing future wearable interfaces for human-drone teams through a virtual drone search game. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. [link]

Smith, E. R., Šabanović, S., Fraune, M. R. (2021). Human-Robot Interaction Through the Lens of Social Psychological Theories of Intergroup Behavior. Technology, Mind, and Behavior. [link] [Summplemental pdf]

Fraune, M. R., Šabanović, S., & Smith, E. R. (2021). Some are more equal than others: Ingroup robots gain some but not all benefits of team membership. Journal of Interaction Studies. [pdf]

Fraune, M. R. (2020). Our robots, our team: Robot sociality moderates group effects in human-robot teams. Journal of Frontiers in Psychology - Performance Science. [link]

Smith, E. R., Sherrin, S., Fraune, M. R., Šabanović, S. (2020). Positive emotions, more than anxiety or other negative emotions, predict willingness to interact with robots. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 0146167219900439. [pdf]

Fraune, M. R., Šabanović, S. (2019). Effects of robot human versus robot robot behavior and entitativity on anthropomorphism and willingness to interact. Computers in Human Behavior. [pdf] [link]

Fraune, M. R., Sabanovic, S., & Kanda, T. (2019). Human Group Presence, Group Characteristics, and Group Norms affect Human-Robot Interaction in Naturalistic Settings. Frontiers in Robotics and AI, 6, 48.[pdf]

Fraune, M. R., Sherrin, S., Šabanović, S., & Smith, E. R. (2019, March). Is Human-Robot Interaction More Competitive Between Groups Than Between Individuals?. In 2019 14th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) (pp. 104-113). IEEE.[pdf]

Fraune, M. R., Šabanović, S., & Smith, E. R., (2017). Teammates first: Favoring ingroup robots over outgroup humans. In Proceedings of the IEEE RO-MAN 2017, the 26th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, Lisbon, Portugal. [pdf]

Sembroski, C., Fraune, M. R., & Šabanović, S.(2017). He said, she said, it said: Effects of robot group membership and human authority on people's willingness to follow their instructions. In Proceedings of the IEEE RO-MAN 2017, the 26th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, Lisbon, Portugal. [pdf]

Fraune, M. R., Nishiwaki, Y., Šabanović, S., Smith, E. R., & Okada, M. (2017). Threatening flocks and mindful snowflakes: How group entitativity affects perceptions of robots. In Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Human Robot Interaction (HRI), Vienna, Austria. [pdf]

Oistad, B. C., Sembroski, C., Gates, K. A., Krupp, M. M., & Fraune, M. R., & Šabanović, S.(2016). Colleague or tool?: Interactivity increases positive perceptions of and willingness to interact with a robotic co-worker. In International Conference on Social Robotics (ICSR). Kansas City, MO. [pdf]

Wullenkord, R., Fraune, M. R., Eyssel, F., & Šabanović, S.(2016). Getting in touch: How imagined, actual and physical contact affect evaluations of robots. In Proceedings of the 25th IEEE International Symposium in Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2016). New York, NY. [pdf]

Fraune, M. R., Kawakami, S., Šabanović, S., de Silva, P. R. S., & Okada, M. (2015). Three’s company, or a crowd?: The effects of robot number and behavior on HRI in Japan and the USA. In Robotics: Science and Systems Conference, Rome, Italy. [pdf] [video]

Fraune, M. R., Sherrin, S., Šabanović, S., & Smith, E. R. (2015). Rabble of robots effects: Number and form of robots modulates attitudes, emotions, and stereotypes. In Proceedings of the 2015 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI '15). ACM, New York, NY, USA. Finalist in the Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) Best Paper Contest. [pdf]

Fraune, M. R., & Šabanović, S. (2014). Negative Attitudes toward Minimalistic Robots with Intragroup Communication Styles. In Proceedings of IEEE RO-MAN 2014, the 23rd IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication.[pdf]

Bennet, C. B., Šabanović, S., Fraune, M. R., & Shaw, K. (2014). Context Congruency and Robotic Facial Expressions: Do Effects on Human Perceptions Vary across Culture? In Proceedings of IEEE RO-MAN 2014, the 23rd IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication.