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Beyond self-report: A review of physiological and neuroscientific methods to investigate consumer behavior
L Bell, J Vogt, C Willemse, T Routledge, LT Butler, M Sakaki
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1655, 2018
672018
Followers are not followed: Observed group interactions modulate subsequent social attention.
F Capozzi, C Becchio, C Willemse, AP Bayliss
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (5), 531, 2016
362016
The human brain reveals resting state activity patterns that are predictive of biases in attitudes toward robots
F Bossi, C Willemse, J Cavazza, S Marchesi, V Murino, A Wykowska
Science robotics 5 (46), eabb6652, 2020
352020
In natural interaction with embodied robots, we prefer it when they follow our gaze: a gaze-contingent mobile eyetracking study
C Willemse, A Wykowska
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1771), 20180036, 2019
312019
Robot faces that follow gaze facilitate attentional engagement and increase their likeability
C Willemse, S Marchesi, A Wykowska
Frontiers in psychology 9, 70, 2018
262018
Train with me: a study comparing a socially assistive robot and a virtual agent for a rehabilitation task
V Vasco, C Willemse, P Chevalier, DD Tommaso, V Gower, F Gramatica, ...
International Conference on Social Robotics, 453-463, 2019
122019
At first sight: robots’ subtle eye movement parameters affect human attentional engagement, spontaneous attunement and perceived human-likeness
D Ghiglino, C Willemse, D De Tommaso, F Bossi, A Wykowska
Paladyn, Journal of Behavioral Robotics 11 (1), 31-39, 2020
102020
Can I get your (robot) attention? Human sensitivity to subtle hints of human-likeness in a humanoid robot’s behavior
D Ghiglino, D De Tommaso, C Willemse, S Marchesi, A Wykowska
PsyArXiv, 2020
92020
Mind the eyes: artificial agents’ eye movements modulate attentional engagement and anthropomorphic attribution
D Ghiglino, C Willemse, D De Tommaso, A Wykowska
Frontiers in Robotics and AI, 154, 2021
52021
Motor behaviour mimics the gaze response in establishing joint attention, but is moderated by individual differences in adopting the intentional stance towards a robot avatar
C Willemse, A Abubshait, A Wykowska
Visual Cognition 30 (1-2), 42-53, 2022
22022
Upper limb exercise with physical and virtual robots: Visual sensitivity affects task performance
P Chevalier, V Vasco, C Willemse, D De Tommaso, V Tikhanoff, ...
Paladyn, Journal of Behavioral Robotics 12 (1), 199-213, 2021
12021
The human brain reveals resting state activity patterns that are predictive of biases in attitudes towards robots.
C Willemse, F Bossi, J Cavazza, S Marchesi, V Murino, A Wykowska
PsyArXiv, 2021
2021
Prior Observation of Group Interactions Modulates Later Social Attention: Group Followers Are Not Followed
F Capozzi, C Becchio, C Willemse, AP Bayliss
CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE …, 2016
2016
Beyond the dot-probe: investigating attention bias in social anxiety using novel techniques
C Willemse
University of East Anglia, 2016
2016
This is the version of the manuscript before peer review or editing, as submitted by the authors.
C Willemse, A Abubshait, A Wykowska
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