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How "Real" Are Computer Personalities? Psychological Responses to Personality Types in Human-Computer Interaction
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Communication Research Volume 23, Number 6, ISSN 0093-6502

Abstract

Tests, in two studies, whether people respond to computer personalities the same way they respond to human personalities: experiment 1 matched dominant and submissive subjects with a computer endowed with like characteristics; experiment 2 used the same experimental design to assess users' psychological responses to changes in personality-based behavior in computers. Suggests that computer personalities are psychologically real to users. (PA)

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Moon, Y. & Nass, C. (1996). How "Real" Are Computer Personalities? Psychological Responses to Personality Types in Human-Computer Interaction. Communication Research, 23(6), 651. Retrieved July 21, 2019 from .

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