Rebecca has just completed her PhD in Psychology at Jacobs University Bremen, Germany before joining the CHArt Laboratory at Paris8 in collaboration with INIT. She also holds a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honors First Class) from the University of Queensland, Australia (2016). Her PhD centered on the occurrence of robot errors during child-robot-interactions and how this impacts children’s attitudes and behaviors towards robots. Separately, she is also interested in the conceptualization of social intelligence in robots and the design of social robot behavior. More generally, she is passionate about the intersection of psychology and technology and how psychological research methods can be applied to robotics. She is also highly involved with open science and has contributed to multiple interdisciplinary and cross-industry events throughout her PhD.