Brett Stoll
Brett Stoll
Doctoral Candidate, Cornell University
Verified email at cornell.edu
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Evaluations of an artificial intelligence instructor's voice: Social Identity Theory in human-robot interactions
C Edwards, A Edwards, B Stoll, X Lin, N Massey
Computers in Human Behavior 90, 357-362, 2019
282019
Social presence on LinkedIn: Perceived credibility and interpersonal attractiveness based on user profile picture
C Edwards, B Stoll, N Faculak, S Karman
Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies 5 (4), 102, 2015
202015
“Why aren’t you a sassy little thing”: the effects of robot-enacted guilt trips on credibility and consensus in a negotiation
B Stoll, C Edwards, A Edwards
Communication Studies 67 (5), 530-547, 2016
192016
Wait, can you move the robot? examining telepresence robot use in collaborative teams
B Stoll, S Reig, L He, I Kaplan, MF Jung, SR Fussell
Proceedings of the 2018 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot …, 2018
132018
The effects of humorous Facebook posts on messenger credibility and social attractiveness
BA Stoll
The Hilltop Review 7 (2), 3, 2015
102015
Robot Assisted Tower Construction-A Resource Distribution Task to Study Human-Robot Collaboration and Interaction with Groups of People
MF Jung, D DiFranzo, B Stoll, S Shen, A Lawrence, H Claure
arXiv preprint arXiv:1812.09548, 2018
92018
How personification and interactivity influence stress-related disclosures to conversational agents
S Sannon, B Stoll, D DiFranzo, M Jung, NN Bazarova
Companion of the 2018 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work …, 2018
82018
“I just shared your responses” Extending Communication Privacy Management Theory to Interactions with Conversational Agents
S Sannon, B Stoll, D DiFranzo, MF Jung, NN Bazarova
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 4 (GROUP), 1-18, 2020
42020
Keeping it light: perceptions of humor styles in robot-mediated conflict
B Stoll, MF Jung, SR Fussell
Companion of the 2018 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot …, 2018
32018
Robot-Assisted Tower Construction—A Method to Study the Impact of a Robot’s Allocation Behavior on Interpersonal Dynamics and Collaboration in Groups
MF Jung, D DiFranzo, S Shen, B Stoll, H Claure, A Lawrence
ACM Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction (THRI) 10 (1), 1-23, 2020
2020
Robots in Groups and Teams: A Literature Review
S Sebo, B Stoll, B Scassellati, MF Jung
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 4 (CSCW2), 1-36, 2020
2020
Examining the Effects of Robot-Enacted Guilt Appeals in a Human-Robot Negotiation
B Stoll
2015
Robot Assisted Tower Construction-A Method to Study the Impact of a Robot’s Allocation Behavior on Interpersonal Dynamics and Collaboration in Groups
MF JUNG, D DIFRANZO, S SHEN, B STOLL, H CLAURE, A LAWRENCE
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