Aswath Mohan

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Our previous work has demonstrated how biologically-inspired behaviors can serve as an eeective substrate for control, representation, and learning in mobile robots and multi-robot systems, in order to generate adaptive individual and group behavior. In this paper, we expand the behavior-based approach to the domain of manipulator control, and demonstrate(More)
Atypical laterality (i.e. the lack of a clear pattern of lateralization) has been found to be a characteristic feature of individuals with intellectual disability (ID). The evidence for this has been based on 'handedness' studies which have contained little information about the ability of people with ID to carry out interhemispheric tasks reflecting(More)
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