Reciprocity between second-person neuroscience and cognitive robotics.

@article{Dominey2013ReciprocityBS,
  title={Reciprocity between second-person neuroscience and cognitive robotics.},
  author={Peter Ford Dominey},
  journal={The Behavioral and brain sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={36 4},
  pages={418-9}
}
As there is "dark matter" in the neuroscience of individuals engaged in dynamic interactions, similar dark matter is present in the domain of interaction between humans and cognitive robots. Progress in second-person neuroscience will contribute to the development of robotic cognitive systems, and such developed robotic systems will be used to test the validity of the underlying theories.