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“Who's there?”: Depicting identity in interaction

Patrick G. T. Healey Orcid Logo, Christine Howes, Ruth Kempson, Gregory J. Mills, Matthew Purver, Eleni Gregoromichelaki, Arash Eshghi, Julian Hough

Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Volume: 46

Swansea University Author: Julian Hough

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Abstract

Social robots have limited social competences. This leads us to view them as depictions of social agents rather than actual social agents. However, people also have limited social competences. We argue that all social interaction involves the depiction of social roles and that they originate in, and...

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Published in: Behavioral and Brain Sciences
ISSN: 0140-525X 1469-1825
Published: Cambridge University Press (CUP) 2023
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa64931
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Abstract: Social robots have limited social competences. This leads us to view them as depictions of social agents rather than actual social agents. However, people also have limited social competences. We argue that all social interaction involves the depiction of social roles and that they originate in, and are definedby, their function in accounting for failures of social competence.
College: Faculty of Science and Engineering