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1 The Landscape of Sound and Robotics

Richard Savery and Trinity Melder

I Speech

2 Effects of Number of Voices and Voice Type on Storytelling Experience and Robot Perception

Sophia C. Steinhaeusser and Birgit Lugrin

3 Learning from Humans: How Research on Vocalizations can Inform the Conceptualization of Robot Sound

Hannah Pelikan and Leelo Keevallik

4 Talk to Me: Using Speech for Loss-of-Trust Mitigation in Social Robots

Amandus Krantz, Christian Balkenius and Birger Johansson

5 Grounding Spoken Language

Cynthia Matuszek

II Non-Verbal Audio

6 Consequential Sounds and Their Effect on Human Robot Interaction

Aimee Allen, Richard Savery and Nicole Robinson

7 Robot Sound in Distributed Audio Environments

Frederic Anthony Robinson, Mari Velonaki and Oliver Bown

8 Navigating Robot Sonification: Exploring Four Approaches to Sonification in Autonomous Vehicles

Richard Savery, Anna Savery, Martim Galvao and Lisa Zahray

9 Toward Improving User Experience and Shared Task Performance with Mobile Robots through Parameterized Nonverbal State Sonification

Liam Roy, Richard Attfield, Dana Kuli ́c and Elizabeth Croft

10 How Happy Should I be? Leveraging Neuroticism and Extraversion for Music-Driven Emotional Interaction in Robotics

Richard Savery, Amit Rogel, Lisa Zahray and Gil Weinberg

11 Augmenting a Group of Task-Driven Robotic Arms with Emotional Musical Prosody

Richard Savery, Amit Rogel and Gil Weinberg

III Robotic Musicianship and Musical Robots

12 Musical Robots: Overview and Methods for Evaluation

Emma Frid

13 Robotic Dancing, Emotional Gestures and Prosody: A Framework for Gestures of Three Robotic Platforms

Richard Savery, Amit Rogel and Gil Weinberg

14 Dead Stars and “Live” Singers: Posthumous “Holographic” Performances in the US and Japan

Yuji Sone