Physiological Parameters Variation Based on the Sensory Stimuli used by a Robot in a News Reading Task

Abstract : — Enabling robots to determine how physiological parameters vary in relation to the profile of an individual can lead to a better adaptation of the behavior of the robot to the needs of the individual it interacts with. This paper investigates how physiological parameters (i.e., blinking, galvanic skin response (GSR), facial temperature variation) vary in a news reading task, based on various types of stimuli (i.e., auditory and visual) that TIAGo robot uses to present the news. The results from a within participant study with 11 participants are reported. We also consider the impact of personality and the user sensory profile (based on Adult and Adolescent Sensory Profile (AASP)) for the physiological parameters variation. Our results show that blinking is the main physiological parameter that varies in the non-stressing task of news reading.
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Roxana Agrigoroaie, Adriana Tapus. Physiological Parameters Variation Based on the Sensory Stimuli used by a Robot in a News Reading Task. The 27th IEEE International Conference on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, Aug 2018, Nanjing, China. ⟨hal-01819407⟩

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