Human-robot interaction in autism

@inproceedings{Casalini2007HumanrobotII,
  title={Human-robot interaction in autism},
  author={S. Casalini and Gabriele Dalle Mura and M. L. Sica and ̃ A.Fornai and Marcello Ferro and Giovanni Pioggia and Roberta Igliozzi and Arti Ahluwalia and Filippo Muratori and Danilo De Rossi},
  year={2007}
}
F.A.C.E.T.-One of the core features associated with autism is the impairment in reciprocal social interaction and in particular in processing emotional information. Children with autism, particularly those with high functioning autism, can learn to interpret meanings and intentions of people and to anticipate their emotional reactions if they are made to enact possible social scenarios. Recently, in order to stimulate the processing of emotional information, mobile robots are used to encourage… CONTINUE READING

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