Editorial: Neuroergonomics in Human-Robot Interaction
Barresi, G., Nam, C. S., Esfahani, E. T., & Balconi, M. (2022, September 6). FRONTIERS IN NEUROROBOTICS, Vol. 16.
tool, or even extension of its user in ecologically valid contexts. Accordingly, we can achieve a 22 "neuroergonomic robot": usable, acceptable, safe, and minimally demanding in terms of mental 23 workload according to indices of neural activity, considered as the antecedents of any experience and 24 behavior. A robotic system may exploit these indices to recognize the individual conditions for 25 adjusting its activity to ameliorate the human-machine system performance alongside the safety and 26 the well-being of the user. The authors declare that the concepts in this paper were devised and the paper was written in the 97 absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of 98 interest. 99Author Contributions 100 GB wrote the preliminary draft of the editorial paper. CSN, ETE, and MB improved the initial 101 document. All authors revised and approved the manuscript. 102 3