An article by Dr. Diel et al. has been published in BMC Research Notes

An article by Drs. Diel and Minato (Interactive Robot Research Team) and Drs. Sato and Hsu (Psychological Process Research Team) has been published in BMC Research Notes.

This study demonstrated that asynchrony in human or android dynamic facial expressions enhanced the perception of uncanniness.

Details are as follows.

Diel, A., Sato, W., Hsu, C.-T., & Minato, T. (2023). Asynchrony enhances uncanniness in human, android, and virtual dynamic facial expressions. BMC Research Notes, 16, 368.