Our world is changing incredibly! With the aim of advanced artificial intelligence, autonomous robots are entering not only to our workplace but also our homes. Due to this fact, robots should be designed to have social abilities. It is believed that one of the most important challenges that the areas of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics will face, is how to make robots more “real” and more “social”. Social interaction capabilities enable agents and robots to interact with humans and with other agents in a natural and tangible way. My main research focuses on the issues and methodologies for teaching or reprogramming social agents that can simulate human-like behaviors such as power, persuasion, and trust to be transparent and act naturally.