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Is it true that parents always prioritize educational effectiveness when selecting childcare services? The current study identified the potential requirements of dual-income parents toward social robots' diverse childcare functions (e.g., socialization, education, entertainment, and consultation). The results revealed that parental attitudes toward robots were made more positive by all the childcare functions of robots except for their educational features. Furthermore, parents' expectations ofdoi:10.1007/s12369-021-00784-8 pmid:33841588 pmcid:PMC8020072 fatcat:xeitlewnuzgbfon2kb3moorpi4