How Social Robots Will Help Us to Diagnose, Treat, and Understand Autism

@inproceedings{Scassellati2005HowSR,
  title={How Social Robots Will Help Us to Diagnose, Treat, and Understand Autism},
  author={Brian Scassellati},
  booktitle={ISRR},
  year={2005}
}
Autism is a pervasive developmental disorder that is characterized by social and communicative impairments. Social robots recognize and respond to human social cues with appropriate behaviors. Social robots, and the technology used in their construction, can be unique tools in the study of autism. Based on three years of integration and immersion with a clinical research group which performs more than 130 diagnostic evaluations of children for autism per year, this paper discusses how social… CONTINUE READING
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