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  1. Karwowski, Waldemar and Mansour Rahimi, eds. Human-Robot Interaction. Bristol, PA: Taylor & Francis, Inc., 2004. Print.
  2. Levy, David. Love and Sex with Robots: The Evolution of Human-Robot Relationships. Harper Perennial, 2008. Print.

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Journal Articles

  1. Bellia, Anthony J. Jr. "Contracting with Electronic Agents." Emory Law Journal 50 (2001): 1047-92. Print.
  2. Coeckelbergh, Mark. "Humans, Animals, and Robots: A Phenomenological Approach to Human-Robot Relations." International Journal of Social Robotics 3 (2011): 197-204. Print.
  3. Coeckelbergh, Mark. "You, Robot: On the Linguistic Construction of Artificial Others." AI & Society 26 (2011): 61-69. Print.
  4. Grant, Christine M., and Melissa Ince. "Robots, the Human Brain, and the Law." SciTech Lawyer 4 (2008): 12-15. Print.
  5. Mori, Masahiro. “The Uncanny Valley,” Energy, 7(4). 1970. pp. 33 – 35. [Translated by Karl F. MacDorman and Takashi Minato]
  6. Dario, Paolo et al. “Humanoids and Personal Robots: Design and Experiments,” Journal of Robotic Systems 18(12). 2001. pp. 673–690.
  7. Carpenter, Julie; Davis, Joan et al. “Gender Representation and Humanoid Robots Designed for Domestic Use,” Springer Science & Business Media BV. March 2009.
  8. Robertson, Jennifer. “Gendering Humanoid Robots: Robo-Sexism in Japan," Body & Society 16(2) (2010): 1 - 36.
  9. Russell, Anna C. B.. “Blurring the love lines: The legal implications of intimacy with machines,” Computer Law & Security Review 25. Elsevier: University of San Diego, 2009. pp. 455 – 463. <>
  10. Young, James E. et al. "Toward Acceptable Domestic Robots: Applying Insights from Social Psychology," International Journal of Social Robotics 1 (2009): 95 - 108.

Conference Proceedings

  1. Bruemmer, David J., et al.“How to Trust Robots Further Than We Can Throw Them.” Proceedings of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing. ACM SIGCHI, 2004. Print.
  2. Few, Douglas A., et al. “‘What Does It Do?’: HRI Studies with the General Public.” Proceedings of the 16th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication. IEEE, 2007. Print.
  3. Gratch, Jonathan, et al. "Can Virtual Humans Be More Engaging Than Real Ones?" "12th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction". LNCS 4552, HCII, 2007. Print.
  4. Lu, David V., and William D. Smart. “Human-Robot Interactions as Theatre.” Proceedings of the 20th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication. IEEE, 2011. Print.
  5. Moon, A., B. Panton, H.F.M. Van der Loos, and E.A. Croft. “Using Hesitation Gestures for Safe and Ethical Human-Robot Interaction.” Proceedings of the Workshop on Interactive Communication for Autonomous Intelligent Robots. IEEE, 2010. Print.
  6. Smart, William D. "Evaluating Social Robots: Insights from the Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders." Proceedings of the IROS 2010 Workshop on Performance Evaluation and Benchmarking for Intelligent Robots and systems with Cognitive and Autonomy Capabilities. IEEE, 2010. Print.

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