Jaap Ham
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Trust in smart systems: Sharing driving goals and giving information to increase trustworthiness and acceptability of smart systems in cars
FMF Verberne, J Ham, CJH Midden
Human factors 54 (5), 799-810, 2012
Dispositional attribution: multiple inferences about motive-related traits.
GD Reeder, R Vonk, MJ Ronk, J Ham, M Lawrence
Journal of personality and social psychology 86 (4), 530, 2004
Making robots persuasive: the influence of combining persuasive strategies (gazing and gestures) by a storytelling robot on its persuasive power
J Ham, R Bokhorst, R Cuijpers, D Van Der Pol, JJ Cabibihan
Social Robotics: Third International Conference, ICSR 2011, Amsterdam, The …, 2011
Brightness differences influence the evaluation of affective pictures
D Lakens, DA Fockenberg, KPH Lemmens, J Ham, CJH Midden
Cognition & emotion 27 (7), 1225-1246, 2013
Combining robotic persuasive strategies: The persuasive power of a storytelling robot that uses gazing and gestures
J Ham, RH Cuijpers, JJ Cabibihan
International Journal of Social Robotics 7, 479-487, 2015
When artificial social agents try to persuade people: The role of social agency on the occurrence of psychological reactance
M Roubroeks, J Ham, C Midden
International Journal of Social Robotics 3, 155-165, 2011
Lady Justice thinks unconsciously: Unconscious thought can lead to more accurate justice judgments
J Ham, K van den Bos, EA Van Doorn
Social Cognition 27 (4), 509-521, 2009
A persuasive robot to stimulate energy conservation: the influence of positive and negative social feedback and task similarity on energy-consumption behavior
J Ham, CJH Midden
International Journal of Social Robotics 6, 163-171, 2014
Trusting a virtual driver that looks, acts, and thinks like you
FMF Verberne, J Ham, CJH Midden
Human factors 57 (5), 895-909, 2015
Effects of robot facial characteristics and gender in persuasive human-robot interaction
AS Ghazali, J Ham, EI Barakova, P Markopoulos
Frontiers in Robotics and AI 5, 73, 2018
Using negative and positive social feedback from a robotic agent to save energy
C Midden, J Ham
Proceedings of the 4th international conference on persuasive technology, 1-6, 2009
Smart and easy: Co-occurring activation of spontaneous trait inferences and spontaneous situational inferences
J Ham, R Vonk
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 39 (5), 434-447, 2003
On unconscious morality: The effects of unconscious thinking on moral decision making
J Ham, K van den Bos
Social Cognition 28 (1), 74-83, 2010
Justice and the human alarm system: The impact of exclamation points and flashing lights on the justice judgment process
K Van den Bos, J Ham, EA Lind, M Simonis, WJ van Essen, M Rijpkema
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (2), 201-219, 2008
Not fair for me! The influence of personal relevance on social justice inferences
J Ham, K van den Bos
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (3), 699-705, 2008
Cross-cultural study on human-robot greeting interaction: acceptance and discomfort by Egyptians and Japanese
G Trovato, M Zecca, S Sessa, L Jamone, J Ham, K Hashimoto, ...
Paladyn, Journal of Behavioral Robotics 4 (2), 83-93, 2013
Ambient persuasive technology needs little cognitive effort: the differential effects of cognitive load on lighting feedback versus factual feedback
J Ham, C Midden
Persuasive Technology: 5th International Conference, PERSUASIVE 2010 …, 2010
Persuasive robots acceptance model (PRAM): roles of social responses within the acceptance model of persuasive robots
AS Ghazali, J Ham, E Barakova, P Markopoulos
International Journal of Social Robotics 12 (5), 1075-1092, 2020
Should I save or should I not kill? How people solve moral dilemmas depends on which rule is most accessible
R Broeders, K Van Den Bos, PA Müller, J Ham
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (5), 923-934, 2011
The influence of social cues in persuasive social robots on psychological reactance and compliance
AS Ghazali, J Ham, E Barakova, P Markopoulos
Computers in Human Behavior 87, 58-65, 2018
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