Supplementary material from A neurocognitive investigation of the impact of socializing with a robot on empathy for pain

Figure S1. Parametric shift in ratings from extreme pain to extreme pleasure for observed robotic expressions. Figure S2. Ratings from extreme pain to extreme pleasure for the robotic expressions used in the main task. Figure S3. Parametric shift in ratings from extreme pain to extreme pleasure for observed robotic and human expressions. Table S1. Coordinates for parcels for the group-contrained subject-specific fROI analyses. Table S2. Outcome of the group-constrained subject-specific fROI repetition suppression analysis for the full sample (n = 26). Table S3. Outcome of the group-constrained subject-specific fROI repetition suppression analysis for the selected sample (n = 20). Table S4. Outcome of the group-constrained subject-specific fROI discrete events analysis for the full sample (n = 26). Table S5. Outcome of the group-constrained subject-specific fROI discrete events analysis for the selected sample (n = 20). Table S6. Whole brain repetition suppression results (n = 26). Table S7. Discrete coded events design: Main effects of agent and interaction between agent and scan session (n = 26). Figure S4. Visualisations of the main effect of watching videos of a human compared to a robot (and vice versa) during the pre-socialising and post-socialising scan sessions, broken down by emotional valence and intensity.