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Imitation and Mechanisms of Joint Attention: A Developmental Structure for Building Social Skills on a Humanoid Robot [chapter]

Brian Scassellati
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
in human development.  ...  Humans have a large repertoire of social cues, such as gaze direction, pointing gestures, and postural cues, that all indicate to an observer which object is currently under consideration.  ...  Acknowledgements Support for this project is provided in part by an ONR/ARPA Vision MURI Grant (No. N00014-95-1-0600).  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-48834-0_11 fatcat:azgfhpmekrd6lkuwp6g3jvy23a

Keepon

Hideki Kozima, Marek P. Michalowski, Cocoro Nakagawa
2008 International Journal of Social Robotics  
Finally, in developing technology for interpersonal coordination and interactional synchrony, we have observed an important role of rhythm in establishing engagement between people and robots.  ...  With children suffering from developmental disorders such as autism, we have observed interactive behaviors that suggest Keepon's design is effective in eliciting a motivation to share mental states.  ...  facilitating and studying child-robot interactions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12369-008-0009-8 fatcat:lxkpxp24qbf77esewbdgfsavlm

The Cog Project: Building a Humanoid Robot [chapter]

Rodney A. Brooks, Cynthia Breazeal, Matthew Marjanović, Brian Scassellati, Matthew M. Williamson
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
To explore issues of developmental structure, physical embodiment, integration of multiple sensory and motor systems, and social interaction, we have constructed an upper-torso humanoid robot called Cog  ...  techniques, and social behaviors (pointing to a visual target, recognizing joint attention through face and eye finding, imitation of head nods, and regulating interaction through expressive feedback)  ...  Acknowledgments Support for this project is provided in part by an ONR/ARPA Vision MURI Grant (No. N00014-95-1-0600).  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-48834-0_5 fatcat:wgerxtwlnncehnxxoduq34nqqi

Diagnosis and Treatment of Autism

Fred R. Volkmar
1992 Journal of child and adolescent psychopharmacology  
Robots allow experiments to be performed that address core social interactive behavior such as eye gaze, turn taking, joint reference or imitation.  ...  This includes plans for extensive future studies of interaction between the robot and children with autism. The work also ties in with the eye tracking work described above.  ... 
doi:10.1089/cap.1992.2.152 pmid:19630656 fatcat:ti7bxxxeirhc5daepqg2smntbu

Why Robots? A Survey on the Roles and Benefits of Social Robots in the Therapy of Children with Autism

John-John Cabibihan, Hifza Javed, Marcelo Ang, Sharifah Mariam Aljunied
2013 International Journal of Social Robotics  
Child-robot interactions were scrutinized with respect to the different target behaviors that are to be elicited from a child during therapy.  ...  This paper reviews the use of socially interactive robots to assist in the therapy of children with autism.  ...  This is very important since the very purpose of therapy is to facilitate the child's social interaction with other people, not just with the robots.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12369-013-0202-2 fatcat:yrvfbjhkjjgqzohov7446imq2q

Neurobiological Aspects of Face Recognition: The Role of Oxytocin

Olga L. Lopatina, Yulia K. Komleva, Yana V. Gorina, Haruhiro Higashida, Alla B. Salmina
2018 Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience  
Face recognition is an important index in the formation of social cognition and neurodevelopment in humans.  ...  Various brain regions and neuropeptides are implicated in face processing. The neuropeptide oxytocin (OT) plays an important role in various social behaviors, including face and emotion recognition.  ...  Nowadays eye tracking method to dogs is viable.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnbeh.2018.00195 pmid:30210321 pmcid:PMC6121008 fatcat:er42ylvrznghdglqqmkj5luriu

Virtual Humans in Serious Games

Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann, Zerrin Kasap
2009 2009 International Conference on CyberWorlds  
Virtual humans are the inhabitants of the simulated worlds in these games and the challenge is not only to make them look like humans but also to make them behave as humans.  ...  This paper gives an overview of serious games applications and mention about research on socially intelligent virtual characters and their use in serious games.  ...  For the gaze movement generation, the two trends are data-driven or parametric methods. In Lee et al. [42] , a data-driven method is presented based on statistical analysis of eye-tracking data.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cw.2009.17 dblp:conf/vw/Magnenat-ThalmannK09 fatcat:r7vldxujcbgfpoozvasyfxybzy

Robots for Use in Autism Research

Brian Scassellati, Henny Admoni, Maja Matarić
2012 Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering  
In this review, we discuss the past decade's work in SAR systems designed for autism therapy by analyzing robot design decisions, human-robot interactions, and system evaluations.  ...  Research into applying robots as therapy tools has shown that robots seem to improve engagement and elicit novel social behaviors from people (particularly children and teenagers) with autism.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was supported by the Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation; Autism Speaks; Dan Marino Foundation; Anthrotronix; NSF grants 0803565, 0709296, 1139078, 1117801, and 0835767; and an  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev-bioeng-071811-150036 pmid:22577778 fatcat:olyjh2qaprfitdwriqeoihu7hu

Submentalizing

Cecilia Heyes
2014 Perspectives on Psychological Science  
The nativist view of mentalizing-the view that humans have an inherent capacity to think about the mental states of others-has been recently reinvigorated by reports that adults and infants automatically  ...  represent mental statesthat they engage in implicit mentalizing.  ...  In contrast, the behavior of a 12-month-old who follows the gaze of an adult is more likely to be described as implicit mentalizing because the infant has very little linguistic skill and did not track  ... 
doi:10.1177/1745691613518076 pmid:26173251 fatcat:qr67cxvs6fc4dmm5xv3usghede

Imitation and observational learning of hand actions: Prefrontal involvement and connectivity

S. Higuchi, H. Holle, N. Roberts, S.B. Eickhoff, S. Vogt
2012 NeuroImage  
The first aim of this event---related fMRI study was to identify the neural circuits involved in imitation learning.  ...  Rather, the motor representation of an observed, complex action, as provided by the FPMC, only serves as the 'raw material' for higher---order supervisory and monitoring operations associated with the  ...  The neural correlates of "vitality forms" recognition: an fMRI study  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2011.09.021 pmid:21983182 fatcat:hgfpptvzhzfpfcyoellvnubm4u

Technologies as Support Tools for Persons with Autistic Spectrum Disorder: A Systematic Review

Nuria Aresti-Bartolome, Begonya Garcia-Zapirain
2014 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Although most of the studies reveal how useful these tools are in therapy, they are generic tools for ASD sufferers in general, which means there is a lack of personalised tools to meet each person's needs  ...  This study analyzes the technologies most widely used to work on areas affected by the Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  ...  Author Year Country Sample Control Group Age Diagnosis Area Method Results Classification Tapus et al. [106] 2012 France 4 children - - ASD Social skills Nao robot (eye gaze, gaze shifting  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph110807767 pmid:25093654 pmcid:PMC4143832 fatcat:duhxnbjh5bhnzlthkhhayfbzj4

Interactive Technologies for Autism

Julie A. Kientz, Matthew S. Goodwin, Gillian R. Hayes, Gregory D. Abowd
2013 Synthesis Lectures on Assistive Rehabilitative and Health-Preserving Technologies  
This book provides an in-depth review of the historical and state-of-the-art use of technology by and for individuals with autism.  ...  Interactive Technologies for Autism ABSTRACT Development, deployment, and evaluation of interactive technologies for individuals with autism 1 have been rapidly increasing over the last decade.  ...  FACE, GAZE, AND EYE-TRACKING Because many individuals with autism are non-verbal and/or have difficulty reading emotions in others, technologies that use face or eye-tracking have been popular as a means  ... 
doi:10.2200/s00533ed1v01y201309arh004 fatcat:innepgv7mngkbncg7ujrkkm3p4

Toward Early Markers for Autism Spectrum Disorder Using Eye Tracking

Roy S. Hessels
2017 Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology  
Acknowledgements We would like to thank Kenneth Holmqvist, Fiona Mulvey, and the Eye-Tracking Group at the Lund University Humanities Lab for providing eyetracking setups in this study.  ...  In addition, author RH would like to thank Kenneth Holmqvist and the Lund University Humanities lab for their hospitality while working on this project.  ...  Such ideas are already gaining ground in the field of human-robot interaction Damm et al., 2012) .  ... 
doi:10.1891/1945-8959.16.3.310 fatcat:3uqeq7thkzfkdbryqsqob4enwa

The superior temporal sulcus performs a common function for social and speech perception: Implications for the emergence of autism

Elizabeth Redcay
2008 Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews  
or Asperger’s syndrome.  ...  of complexity, type of motion, eye gaze shifts in 10 different locations.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neubiorev.2007.06.004 pmid:17706781 fatcat:73ro6jdzmnbuxnss3lecn7xgt4

Acceptability of the Transitional Wearable Companion "+me" in Typical Children: A Pilot Study

Valerio Sperati, Beste Özcan, Laura Romano, Simone Scaffaro, Tania Moretta, Giada Turturo, Maria Nicoletta Aliberti, Vincenzo Guidetti, Gianluca Baldassarre
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
+me was designed with the objective of exploiting its intrinsic allure as an attractive toy to stimulate social interactions (e.g., eye contact, turn taking, imitation, social smiles), an aspect potentially  ...  The main purpose of this preliminary study is to evaluate the general acceptability of the toy by TD children, observing the elicited behaviors in preparation for future experiments involving children  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We wish to thank the kindergarten where experimentation took place; we are grateful to the nursery teachers who helped us in the experimental procedure with children.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00125 pmid:30800083 pmcid:PMC6375895 fatcat:mdtiglex75a5dp6j6kol4zdmne
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