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In the late 1990s using robotic technology to assist children with Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASD) emerged as a potentially useful area of research. Since then the field of assistive robotics for children with ASD has grown considerably with many academics trialling different robots and approaches. One such robot is the humanoid robot Kaspar that was originally developed in 2005 and has continually been built upon since, taking advantage of technological developments along the way. A keydoi:10.1007/s12369-019-00563-6 pmid:34721730 pmcid:PMC8550690 fatcat:vshy2jo35ja65a7w3e4ntxsyoy