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HCI
2009
13 years 1 months ago
Agency Attribution in Human-Computer Interaction
Abstract. Social psychologists have documented that people attribute a humanlike agency to computers. Work in human motor cognition has identified a related effect known as "i...
John E. McEneaney
JECR
2002
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13 years 3 months ago
Why Users Choose Particular Web Sites Over Others: Introducing a "Means-End" Approach to Human-Computer Interaction
means-end theory, widely used in market research, identifies three levels of abstraction
Deepak Prem Subramony
AAAI
2000
13 years 5 months ago
Cognitive Status and Form of Reference in Multimodal Human-Computer Interaction
We analyze a corpus of referring expressions collected from user interactions with a multimodal travel guide application. The analysis suggests that, in dramatic contrast to norma...
Andrew Kehler
CHI
2002
ACM
14 years 4 months ago
"I care about him as a pal": conceptions of robotic pets in online AIBO discussion forums
In this study, we analyzed people's conceptions of AIBO, a robotic pet, through their spontaneous postings in online AIBO discussion forums. Results showed that AIBO psycholo...
Peter H. Kahn Jr., Batya Friedman, Jennifer Hagman