• Publications
  • Influence
Cognitive abilities and language comprehension in preschool children with perinatal brain lesion.
Perinatal brain lesion is a risk factor for development, making parents of such children particularly worried about consequences it may have on the child's cognitive and language development.Expand
  • 3
  • 2
Mother-father differences in screening for developmental delay in infants and toddlers.
PURPOSE In most cases, caregiver questionnaires are completed by mothers and seldom by fathers. Although parents tend to have moderate to high congruence, some studies suggest that differencesExpand
  • 8
  • 1
  • PDF
Four tasks of a robot-assisted autism spectrum disorder diagnostic protocol: First clinical tests
In this paper, we describe four tasks from the widely accepted ADOS protocol, that have been adapted to make them suitable for the Aldebaran Nao humanoid robot. Expand
  • 21
Towards A Robot-Assisted Autism Diagnostic Protocol: Modelling and Assessment with POMDP
We propose a framework for robot-assisted ASD evaluation based on Partially Observable Markov Decision Process (POMDP) modelling. Expand
  • 7
Gestural development and its relation to a child's early vocabulary.
Gesture and language are tightly connected during the development of a child's communication skills. Gestures mostly precede and define the way of language development; even opposite direction hasExpand
  • 12
Early Cognitive, Socio-Cognitive and Language Development in Children with Pre/perinatal Brain Lesions
ABSTRACT Children with pre/perinatal brain lesions are often considered a good example of brain plasticity, due to their better cognitive and language outcomes when compared to adults with similarExpand
  • 2