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It is well-known that a robot's appearance and its observable behavior can affect a human interactant's perceptions of the robot's capabilities and propensities in settings where humans and robots are co-located; for remote interactions the specific effects are less clear. Here, we use a remote interaction setting to investigate possible effects of simulated versus real first-person robot video feeds. The first experiment uses subject-level comparisons of the two video conditions in adoi:10.1109/iros.2014.6943178 dblp:conf/iros/CanningDS14 fatcat:pfec7akfp5awdmvqu6q6noeee4