Advisor: James E.Young
Undergraduate Research Associate
- A Simulated Robot versus a Real Robot: People’s Empathic Response (2015)
- A Visual Processing Approach to Exploring Believability of Android Faces (2014)
- Ouch! Embodied First-Person Damage Indicators (2013)
- Would You Do as a Robot Commands? (2015)
- A Touchscreen Interface for Controlling a Robotic Arm (2013)
Stela H. Seo, Denise Geiskkovitch, Masayuki Nakane, Corey King, and James E. Young. Would you feel sorry for a simulated robot? Study shows people empathize more with the real thing. Robohub, March 2015. http://robohub.org/would-you-feel-sorry-for-a-simulated-robot-study-shows-people-empathize-more-with-the-real-thing/
Stela H. Seo, Denise Geiskkovitch, Masayuki Nakane, Corey King, James E. Young. “Poor Thing! Would You Feel Sorry for a Simulated Robot? A comparison of empathy toward a physical and a simulated robot,” In proceedings of the 10th ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-Robot Interaction, HRI’2015, Portland, Oregon, USA.
Masayuki Nakane, James E. Young, and Neil D. B. Bruce. "More Human than Human? A Visual Processing Approach to Exploring Believability of Android Faces." In the proceeding of the 2nd ACM International Conference on Human-Agent Interaction, 2014.
James E. Young, Ibrahim Shahin, and Masayuki Nakane. "Ouch! How Embodied Damage Indicators in First-Person Shooting Games Impact Gaming Experience." Advances in Computer Entertainment. Springer International Publishing, 2013. 660-664.
Derek Cormier, Gem Newman, Masayuki Nakane, James E. Young, Stephane Durocher. Would You Do as a Robot Commands? An Obedience Study for Human-Robot Interaction. In Proceedings of the First International Conference on Human-Agent Interaction, iHAI'13.
Ashish Singh, Stela H. Seo, Yasmeen Hashish, Masayuki Nakane, James E. Young, Andrea Bunt. An Interface for Remote Robotic Manipulator Control That Reduces Task Load and Fatigue. In proceedings of the IEEE international conference on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, 2013. RO-MAN'2013, to appear.