Frank Verberne
Frank Verberne
Former: Eindhoven University of Technology, current: owner of Verberne Coaching & Trainingen
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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
Trusting a virtual driver that looks, acts, and thinks like you
FMF Verberne, J Ham, CJH Midden
Human factors 57 (5), 895-909, 2015
Trusting digital chameleons: The effect of mimicry by a virtual social agent on user trust
FMF Verberne, J Ham, A Ponnada, CJH Midden
International Conference on Persuasive Technology, 234-245, 2013
Familiar faces: trust in facially similar agents
FMF Verberne, JRC Ham, CJH Midden
13th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, 1-12, 2014
Trusting automation technology for safer roads: The effect of shared driving goals
F Verberne, J Ham, C Midden
Persuasive Technology: Design for Health and Safety; The 7th International …, 2012
Trusting a virtual driver: Similarity as a trust cue
FMF Verberne
Mimicry and facial similarity: Making avatars more persuasive
FMF Verberne, J Ham, CJH Midden, WA IJsselsteijn
Proceedings of the International Society on Presence Research Annual …, 2014
The car that looks like me: similarity cues can increase trust in the self-driving cars of the future
F Verberne, J Ham, C Midden
ERCIM News 94, 23-24, 2013
Persuading to rely on technology: the influence of sharing user goals and information on trust in and acceptance of smart systems in cars
FMF Verberne, JRC Ham, CJH Midden
6th International Conference on Persuasive Technology (PERSUASIVE 2011), 2012
Trusting a virtual driver
FMF Verberne
Similarity as a trust cue, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, 2015
Familiar faces: Trust in
FMF Verberne, J Ham, CJH Midden
How to trust and accept automation technology in cars
FMF Verberne, CJH Midden, JRC Ham
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