Publications

Journal papers

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

Graaf, M.M.A. de, Ben Allouch, S., & Dijk, J.A.G.M. van (2017). Why would I use this in my home?: A model of domestic social robot acceptance. Human-Computer Interaction, vol. 00, 1-59.

Graaf, M.M.A. de, & 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.

Graaf, M.M.A. de, 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.

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

Graaf, M.M.A. de, & 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.

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

 

Conference papers

Graaf, M.M.A. de, 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*

Graaf, M.M.A. de, 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.

Graaf, M.M.A. de, & 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.

Graaf, M.M.A. de, & 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.

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

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

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

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

Graaf, M.M.A. de, & 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.

Graaf, M.M.A. de, & 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.

Graaf, M.M.A. de, & 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.

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

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

 

Papers at Workshops, Symposia, and Doctoral Consortia

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

Graaf, M.M.A. de, & 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.

Graaf, M.M.A. de, 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.

Graaf, M.M.A. de, & Ben Allouch, S. (2014). Evaluation of a socially assistive robot in eldercare (Workshop paper). International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, Bielefeld, Germany.

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

 

Academic thesis

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

 

Invited Talks

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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