Summary and Synthesis of the Article, “How Social Distance Shapes Human-Robot Interaction”
(Student’s Full Name) Summary and Synthesis of the Article, “How Social Distance Shapes Human-Robot Interaction”
According to the study conducted by Yunkyung Kim and Bilge Mutlu, it was discovered that proxemic distance had an influence on human-robot interaction. In fact, the research study focused on the relationships that people might develop with robots that are created to play “different social roles” as they pertain to distance; and the study was also designed to determine how the different aspects of social distance form individuals’ experiences with and “acceptance of robots” [ 4]. The research conducted by Kim and Mutlu ...