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Give Children Toys Robots to Educate and / or NeuroEducate : the exemple of PEKOPPA in Neurotypical and Atypical Children Aged 6 Years

@inproceedings{Giannopulu2014GiveCT,
  title={Give Children Toys Robots to Educate and / or NeuroEducate : the exemple of PEKOPPA in Neurotypical and Atypical Children Aged 6 Years},
  author={I. Giannopulu},
  year={2014}
}
  • I. Giannopulu
  • Published 2014
  • Using an InterActor toy robot named PEKOPPA in a “speaker-listener” situation, we have compared the verbal and the emotional expressions of neurotypical and autistic children aged 6 to 7 years. The speaker was always a child (neurotypical or autistic); the listener was a human or the toy robot which reacts to speech expression by nodding only. The results appear to indicate that minimalistic artificial environments could be considered as the root of neuronal organization and reorganization with… CONTINUE READING
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