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Centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS)

Would you like to participate in a research study on human-robot interaction?

photo of a robot

Thank you for your interest in our study! We are now looking for participants for a experiment in cognition and Human-Robot Interaction:
How do we perceive robots?

The study is a part of the doctoral programme Newbreed, within the focus area of Successful Ageing, read more about the project and ongoing research here 

What is the aim of this study?

We want to investigate social attention in a computerized task with a robot

How is the study done and what data are we obtaining?

We will record your performance during a task in terms of speed and number of mistakes. You will also be asked to fill out a brief questionnaire, details of which will be provided to you by the researcher. The task will last approximately 60 minutes.

What do you get in return?

As compensation for your participation, you will receive a GoGift card voucher of 100 SEK after completing the experiment.

What are the requirements to participate?

We only expect that you:

• Are +60 or between 18-40 years old
• Have normal vision or corrected (glasses/lenses)

Please, don't come if you are very tired, intoxicated, or ill. If you aren't feeling well, simply contact the experimenter and we will reschedule. Additionally, you should be cognitively healthy and have no previous record of a diagnosis that may affect your attentional performance (e.g ADHD and Autistic Spectrum Disorder).


Book a time here:

You can also call: 0720326105
Fakultetsgatan 1, 702 81 Örebro

Please take care to arrive in good time. If you are going to be late, please inform Helena Lilienthal in advance. If the offered times do not work for you and you are interested in participating, contact Helena Lilienthal and we will try to set up a spot for you.

For inquiries related to the ongoing experiment please contact:

Helena Lilienthal:
This is an email address

Lucas Morillo-Mendez (Main researcher):

Main researcher

Lucas Morillo

Position: Doctoral Student School/office: School of Science and Technology

Profile page: Lucas Morillo


Phone: No number available

Room: T2225

Lucas Morillo