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Task sharing with the humanoid robot iCub increases the likelihood of adopting the intentional stance *
When acting together with another human agent, humans form shared representations with their partner in order to predict and adjust to their partner's behaviors and ensure a smooth and efficient joint action. Previous work has shown that humans do not form shared representations when acting with partners they do not perceive as intentional, such as computers or robots. In the current study, we investigated the effect in the opposite direction: we asked whether engaging in a task with thedoi:10.31234/osf.io/bf3en fatcat:sgevpvct3vciddwxtgwp53zl5y