Person-centered Technology

Encyclopedia of Applied PsychologyRobotic Psychology

Robotic psychology is defined as an interdisciplinary field of research and practice that focuses on the compatibility between people and artificial creatures on different levels: sensorimotor, emotional, cognitive, and social. Robotic psychology studies the psychological significance of robots’ behavior and its intertwining with elements of physical and social environments.

A. Libin and E. Libin, “Robotic Psychology,” in Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology. Vol3., Elsevier, Oxford, 2004, pp. 295 – 298.