Lee, K. M. & Nass, C. (2005). Social-psychological origins of feelings of presence: Creating social presence with machine-generated voices. Media Psychology, 7, 31-45.
Lee, K. M. & Nass, C. (2004). The multiple source effect and synthesized speech: Doubly-disembodied language as a conceptual framework. Human Communication Research, 30(2), 182-207.
Nass, C., Robles, E., Bienenstock, H., Treinen, M., & Heenan, C. (2003). Voice-based disclosure systems: Effects of modality, gender of prompt, and gender of user. International Journal of Speech Technology, 6(2), 113-121.
Lee, K. M. & Nass, C. (2003). Designing social presence of social actors in human computer interaction. Proceedings of the 2003 CHI Conference.
Nass, C. & Lee, K. (2001). Does computer-synthesized speech manifest personality? Experimental tests of recognition, similarity-attraction, and consistency-attraction. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 7(3), 171-181.
Nass, C., Foehr, U., Brave, S., & Somoza, M. (2001). The effects of emotion of voice in synthesized and recorded speech. Proceedings of the AAAI Symposium Emotional and Intelligent II: The Tangled Knot of Social Cognition. North Falmouth, MA.
Brave, S., Nass, C., & Sirinian, E. (2001). Force-feedback in computer-mediated communication. Pp. 145-150 in Stephanidis, C. (Ed.), Universal access in HCI: Toward an information society for all. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Gong, L., Nass, C., Simard, C., Takhteyev, Y. (2001). When non-human is better than semi-human: Consistency in speech interfaces. Pp. 1558-1562 in M. J. Smith, G. Salvendy, D. Harris, & R. Koubek (Eds.), Usability evaluation and interface design: Cognitive engineering, intelligent agents, and virtual reality. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Morishima, Y., Nass, C., Bennett, C., & Lee, K. M. (2001). Effects of ‘gender’ of computer-generated speech on credibility. Technical Report of IEICE TL2001-16, 31(8), 557-562.
Nass, C. & Lee, K. M. (2000). Does computer-generated speech manifest personality? An experimental test of similarity-attraction. Proceedings of the CHI 2000 Conference, 329-336.
Lee, E. J., Nass, C., & Brave, S. (2000). Can computer-generated speech have gender? An experimental test of gender stereotypes. CHI 2000 Extended Abstracts, 289-290.
Nass, C. & Gong, L. (1999). Maximized modality or constrained consistency? Proceedings of the AVSP 99 Conference, Santa Cruz, CA.
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