Bengisu Cagiltay

Bengisu Cagiltay
University of Wisconsin–Madison | UW · Department of Computer Sciences

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Research in child-robot interactions suggests that engaging in "care-taking" of a social robot, such as tucking the robot in at night, can strengthen relationships formed between children and robots. In this work, we aim to better understand and explore the design space of caretaking activities with 10 children, aged 8-12 from eight families, invol...
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Linguistic principles are crucial in maintaining reliable and transparent communication for dyadic interactions. However, violating these principles might result in unwieldy and problematic communications. We use gaze as a medium to explore how visual attention and task performance changes when conversational violations occur. We conducted an eye-t...
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Research in child-robot interactions suggests that engaging in "care-taking" of a social robot, such as tucking the robot in at night, can strengthen relationships formed between children and robots. In this work, we aim to better understand and explore the design space of caretaking activities with 10 children, aged 8--12 from eight families, invo...
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Social robots are emerging as learning companions for children, and research shows that they facilitate the development of interest and learning even through brief interactions. However, little is known about how such technologies might support these goals in authentic environments over long-term periods of use and interaction. We designed a learni...
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Social robots are increasingly introduced into children's lives as educational and social companions, yet little is known about how these products might best be introduced to their environments. The emergence of the "unboxing" phenomenon in media suggests that introduction is key to technology adoption where initial impressions are made. To better...
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As social robots become increasingly prevalent in day-to-day environments, they will participate in conversations and appropriately manage the information shared with them. However, little is known about how robots might appropriately discern the sensitivity of information, which has major implications for human-robot trust. As a first step to addr...
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Child-robot interactions in educational, developmental, and health domains are widely explored, but little is known about how families perceive the presence of a social robot in their home environment and its participation in day-to-day activities. To close this gap, we conducted a participatory design (PD) study with six families, with children ag...
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Child-robot interactions in educational, developmental, and health domains are widely explored, but little is known about how families perceive the presence of a social robot in their home environment and its participation in day-today activities. To close this gap, we conducted a participatory design (PD) study with six families, with children age...

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