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Francesca Cocchella

PhD Student
PhD Student
COgNiTive Architecture for Collaborative Technologies
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Francesca is a social psychologist and PhD Student in Cognitive Robotics, Interaction and Rehabilitation. Interested in studying the social cognition of robotics with a multidisciplinary approach.


Title: Master Degree in Social Psychology
Institute: University of Milano-Bicocca
Location: Milan
Country: Italy
From: 2018 To: 2021

All Publications
Mongile S., Pusceddu G., Cocchella F., Belgiovine G., Lastrico L., Tanevska A., Rea F., Sciutti A.
What if a social robot excluded you? Using a conversational game to study social exclusion in teen-robot mixed groups
ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction
Conference Paper Conference
Cocchella F., Sacino A., Andrighetto L.
Cognitive Anthropomorphism of Humanoid Robots: Evidence from a Scrambled Face Task.
European Social Cognition Network
Abstract Report Conference
Sacino A., Cocchella F., De Vita G., Bracco F., Rea F., Sciutti A., Andrighetto L.
Human- or object-like? Cognitive anthropomorphism of humanoid robots
PLoS ONE, vol. 17, (no. 7 July)
Cocchella F., Pusceddu G., Belgiovine G., Lastrico L., Rea F., Sciutti A.
"iCub, We Forgive You!'' Investigating Trust in a Game Scenario with Kids
IEEE Trust, Acceptance and Social Cues in Human-Robot Interaction - SCRITA Workshop
Conference Paper Conference
Pusceddu G., Cocchella F., Bogliolo M., Belgiovine G., Lastrico L., Casadio M., Rea F., Sciutti A.
Training School Teachers to Use Robots as an Educational Tool: the Impact on Robotics Perception
14th International Conference on Social Robotics, pp. 103–113
Conference Paper Conference