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Multimodal cognitive nonverbal and verbal interactions: The neurorehabilitation of autistic children via mobile toy robots
Multimodal cognitive nonverbal processes could be thought as a building block from which emotional and verbal expressions could emerge. With the intention to explore this hypothesis, we studied theExpand
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Multimodal interactions in typically and atypically developing children: natural versus artificial environments
  • I. Giannopulu
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Cognitive Processing
  • 21 May 2013
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This review addresses the central role played by multimodal interactions in neurocognitive development. Expand
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Multimodal interactions in free game play of children with autism and a mobile toy robot.
Autism is a complex neuropsychological disorder characterized by qualitative alterations in social interaction and interpersonal communication. The aim of this study is to estimate the interactionExpand
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Minimalistic toy robot to analyze a scenery of speaker–listener condition in autism
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Atypical neural architecture causes impairment in communication capabilities and reduces the ability of representing the referential statements of other people in children with autism. Expand
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Embedded multimodal nonverbal and verbal interactions between a mobile toy robot and autistic children
  • I. Giannopulu
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • 8th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human…
  • 3 March 2013
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We studied the multimodal nonverbal and verbal relationship between autistic children and a mobile toy robot during free spontaneous game play. Expand
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Cognitive and emotional interactions between autistic child, mobile robot and therapist: A case report
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In autism rehabilitation therapy, different approaches are based on the belief that artificial environments i.e., robots, seem to be more helpful than real environments in allowing autistic children to express social interest. Expand
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Communication using robots: a Perception-action scenario in moderate ASD
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We analysed nonverbal and verbal information, associated with heart rate and emotional feeling, respectively, in ASD and neurotypical children. Expand
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Multimodal Human-Robot Interactions: the Neurorehabilitation of Severe Autistic Children
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We studied quantitatively and qualitatively the interaction between autistic children and a mobile toy robot during free spontaneous game play. Expand
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Smooth pursuit eye movements are associated with phonological awareness in preschool children
Phonological awareness is strongly related to reading ability, but reports are more conflicting concerning the association of high level oculomotor skills with reading. Here, we show thatExpand
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