Publications

Journal articles

Ben Allouch, S., De Graaf, M.M.A., & Sabanovic, S. (2020). Introduction to the special issue on the mutual shaping of human-robot interaction. International Journal of Social Robotics, 12(4), 843-845.

Banks, J., & De Graaf, M.M.A. (2020). Towards an agent-agnostic transmission model: Integrating anthropocentric and technocentric paradigms in communication. Human Machine Communication, 1, 19-36.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Janssen, S. (2019). A robot as your colleague? Tijdschrift voor Human Factors, 44(3), 12-15.

De Graaf, M.M.A., Ben Allouch, S., & Dijk, J.A.G.M. van (2019). Why would I use this in my home?: A model of domestic social robot acceptance. Human-Computer Interaction, 34(2), 115-173.

De Graaf, M.M.A., Ben Allouch, S., & Dijk, J.A.G.M. van (2018). A phased framework for long-term user acceptance of socially interactive technology in domestic environments. New Media & Society, 20(7), 2582-2603.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Ben Allouch, S. (2017). The influence of prior expectations of a robot’s lifelikeness on companionship with a zoomorphic robot. International Journal of Social Robotics, 9(1), 17-32.

De Graaf, M.M.A., Ben Allouch, S., & Dijk, J.A.G.M. van (2016). Long-term evaluation of a social robot in real homes. Interaction Studies, 17(3), 462-491.

De Graaf, M.M.A. (2016). An ethical evaluation of human-robot relationships.  International Journal of Social Robotics, 8(4), 589-598.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Ben Allouch, S. (2015). Sharing a Life with Harvey: Exploring the acceptance of and relationship building with a social robot. Computers in Human Behavior, 43, 1-14.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Ben Allouch, S. (2013). Exploring influencing variables for the acceptance of social robots. Robots and Autonomous Systems, 16, 1476–1486.

Conference proceeding papers

Velner, P.C., Boersma, P.P.G., & De Graaf, M.M.A. (2020). Intonation in robot speech: Does it work the same as with people? International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, Cambridge, UK. *Best Paper Award Nominee*

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Malle, B.F. (2019). People’s explanations of robot behavior subtly reveal mental state inferences. International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, Daegu, Korea.

Edwards, C., Edwards, A., Kim, J., Spence, P.R., de Graaf, M., Nah, S., & Rosenthal-von der Pütten, A. (2019). Human-machine communication: What does/could communication science contribute to HRI?. International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction Companion, Daegu, South Korea.

Lee, H.R., Cheon, E., De Graaf, M., Alves-Oliveira, P., Zaga, C., & Young, J. (2019, March). Robots for social good: Exploring critical design for HRI. International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction Companion, Daegu, South Korea.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Malle, B.F. (2018). People’s judgments of human and robot behaviors: A robust set of behaviors and some discrepancies (Late-Breaking-Report). International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction Companion, Chicago, IL, USA.

Phillips, E., Ullman, D., De Graaf, M.M.A., & Malle, B.F. (2017). What does a robot look like?: A multi-site examination of user expectations about robot appearance. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, USA.

De Graaf, M.M.A., Ben Allouch, S., & Dijk, J.A.G.M. van (2017). Why do they refuse to use my robot?: Reasons for non-use derived from a long-term home study. International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, Vienna, Austria. *Best Paper Award Winner*

De Graaf, M.M.A., Ben Allouch, S., & Lutfi, S. (2016). What are people’s associations of robots?: Comparing implicit and explicit measures. International Symposium on Robot and Human Communication (RO-MAN), New York, USA.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Ben Allouch, S. (2016). Anticipating our future robotic society: The evaluation of future robot applications from a user’s perspective. International Symposium on Robot and Human Communication, New York, USA.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Ben Allouch, S. (2015). What makes robots social?: A user’s perspective on characteristics for social human-robot interaction. International conference on Social Robotics, Paris, France.

De Graaf, M.M.A. (2015). The ethics of human-robot relationships. New Friends Conference, Almere, The Netherlands.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Ben Allouch, S. (2015). The evaluation of different roles for domestic social robots. International Symposium on Robot and Human Communication, Kobe, Japan.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Ben Allouch, S. (2014). Expectation setting and personality attribution in HRI (Late-Breaking-Report). International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction Companion, Bielefeld, Germany.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Ben Allouch, S. (2014). Users’ preferences of robots for domestic use (Late-Breaking-Report). International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction Companion, Bielefeld, Germany.

De Graaf, M.M.A. (2014). Towards a new model for long-term acceptance of domestic social robots (HRI Pioneers Workshop). International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction Companion, Bielefeld, Germany.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Ben Allouch, S. (2013). The relation between people’s attitude and anxiety towards robots in human-robot interaction. International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, Gyeongju, Korea.

Ben Allouch, S., Klamer, T., & De Graaf, M.M.A. (2011). Return of Harvey: Acceptance and use of social robots (Work-in-Progress paper). International Conference on Social Robotics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Papers at other Conferences, Workshops, Symposia, and Doctoral Consortia

Dijk, J.A.G.M. van, De Graaf, M.M.A., Ben Allouch, S., & Jaschinski, C. (2018). Toward a process model for selection of theories of technology acceptance. International Communication Association Annual Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Malle, B.F. (2017). How people explain action (and autonomous intelligent systems should too). AAAI 2017 Fall Symposium on “AI-HRI”, Arlington, VA, USA.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Ben Allouch, S. (2016). Long-term acceptance of social robots in domestic environments: Insights from a user’s perspective. AAAI 2016 Spring Symposium on “Enabling Computing Research in Socially Intelligent Human-Robot Interaction: A Community-Driven Modular Research Platform”, Palo Alto, CA, USA.

De Graaf, M.M.A., Ben Allouch, S., & Dijk, J.A.G.M. van (2014). Long-term evaluation of a social robot in real homes. AISB Workshop on New Frontiers in Human-Robot Interaction, London, UK.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Ben Allouch, S. (2014). Evaluation of a socially assistive robot in eldercare. HRI 2014 Workshop on Socially assistive robots for the aging population, Bielefeld, Germany.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Ben Allouch, S. (2014). People’s implicit and explicit associations with and attitudes towards robots. Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap (24-hours of Communication Science), Wageningen, The Netherlands.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Ben Allouch, S. (2012). User acceptance, long-term use and relationship-building with social robots. Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap (24 Hours of Communication Science), Leuven, Belgium.

De Graaf, M.M.A., & Ben Allouch, S. (2012), Harvey’s last appearance: Long-term use and acceptance of social robots. International Communication Association Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ, USA.

Academic thesis

De Graaf, M.M.A. (2015). Living with robots: Investigating the user acceptance of social robots in domestic environments (doctoral thesis). Gildeprint: Enschede, The Netherlands.

Invited Talks

Explainable autonomous actions. Deloitte Cyber Security Lunch Seminar, Deloitte, Amsterdam, The Netherlands – 2020, February.

Social cognition and moral psychology in human-robot interaction. Colloquium at Department of Computer and Information Science, Linkoping University, Linkoping, Sweden – 2020, January.

Ethics of social human-machine interaction. Guest lecture master course Social AI, VU Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands – 2019, December.

How people explain robot behavior. 4TU seminar on Explainable Artificial Intelligence and Conversational Agents, Delft University, Delft, The Netherlands – 2019, January.

Our social relationships with robots. HRI Workshop on Social Robots in Therapy, Chicago, IL, USA – 2018, March.

Studying the long-term use of robots in the home. Computer Science Colloquium, Tufts University, Boston, MA, USA – 2018, January.

People’s social, emotional, and cognitive responses to robots. RSS Women in Robotics Workshop, Boston, MA, USA – 2017, July.

Accepting social robots in our everyday environments. EBF Conference: A Future in Robotics at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands – 2016, October.

Samenleven met een robot? (English: Living together with a robot?). The Human-Robot Interaction Symposium, Utrecht, The Netherlands – 2016, June.

Living with social robots? AI-fternoon talk at the Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands – 2016, March.

A robot in every home? The 21st Century Skills in Education and the Workforce, Den Bosch, The Netherlands – 2015, October.

Social robots: What are they and for what applications do we (not) want to use them? Invited to give a workshop at the Inspiration Day for Women, Rijssen, The Netherlands – 2015, October.

Human interaction with autonomous agents. Guest Lecture at The Summer School on Autonomous Road Systems, Sofia, Bulgaria – 2014, September.

The user acceptance of social robots in home environments. CTIT Symposium PhD elevator pitch, Enschede, The Netherlands – 2013, June

Long-term acceptance of social robots in the home. The Grundtvig Project meeting Feeling Younger by Getting Older, Enschede, The Netherlands – 2013, March.

Media Coverage

An article in the New York Times

One of Inspiring Fifty The Netherlands

An interview on Dutch national radio FOCUS on Radio 1

An article on BBC UK

An article on CNET

One of 25 Women in Robotics to watch by Robuhub

An interview by Turkish online news portal Medyascope

An article on Media Corporation

An article in Twente University news magazine U-today

An article in Dutch popular scientific magazine KIJK

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