Comparison of subjectively experienced emotions and dispositions in man-machine and man-man scenarios
The authors of this study take the scientific position that of the major technologies of the future will be companion systems. This study examines which emotions and dispositions are relevant in this regard. It assesses which emotions and dispositions in the experienced scenarios of man-machine interactions are retroactively reflected in comparison with man-man interaction. The sample consisted of N=145 participants, which were divided into two groups. The first group described positive, and the second group negative scenarios man-machine and man-man interaction.
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