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Developing a protocol and experimental setup for using a humanoid robot to assist children with autism to develop visual perspective taking skills.

Author:
Wood L., Robins B., Gabriella Lakatos, Dag Sverre Syrdal, Zaraki A., Dautenhahn K..

Publication:
Paladyn, Journal of Behavioral Robotics 10(1):167-179.

2019

Using the humanoid robot Kaspar in a Greek school environment to support children with Autism Spectrum Condition

Author: 
Karakosta1· Kerstin Dautenhahn · Dag Sverre Syrdal · Luke Jai Wood ·
Ben Robins

Publication:
Paladyn, Journal of Behavioral Robotics 10(1):167-179.

2019

Getting Engaged: Assisted Play with a Humanoid Robot Kaspar for Children with Severe Autism

Author:
Zorcec T., Robins B., Dautenhahn K.

Publication:
10th International Conference ICT Innovations, Ohrid, Macedonia

2018

Kaspar the social robot and ways it may help children with Autism – an overview.

Author:
Robins B., Dautenhahn K.

Publication:
Enfance, 2018(1), pp 91-101

2018

Piloting Scenarios for Children with Autism to Learn About Visual Perspective Taking

Author:
Wood L., B. Robins, G. Lakatos, D.S. Syrdal, A. Zaraki, K. Dautenhahn

Publication:
Annual Conference Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems,(TAROS2018), Bristol, U.K.

2018

Developing Interaction Scenarios with a Humanoid Robot to Encourage Visual Perspective Taking Skills in Children with Autism – Preliminary Proof of Concept Tests,

Author:
Robins B., Dautenhahn K., Wood L., Zaraki A.

Publication:
The 9th International Conference on Social Robotics, (ICSR 20017) Tsukuba, Japan.

2017

Developing Child-Robot Interaction Scenarios with a Humanoid Robot to Assist Children with Autism in Developing Visual Perspective Taking Skills.

Author:
Wood L., Dautenhahn K., Robins B., Zaraki A.

Publication:
26th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (IEEE RO-MAN 2017), Lisbon,

2017

Tactile Interactions with a Humanoid Robot – Novel Play Scenario Implementations with Children with Autism.

Author:
Robins B., Dautenhahn K., Wood L., Zaraki A.

Publication:
International Journal of Social Robotics (IJSR), Vol. 6(3), pp. 397-415 .

2014

Using the humanoid robot KASPAR to autonomously play triadic games and facilitate collaborative play among children with autism.

Author:
Wainer J., Robins B., Amirabdollahian F., Dautenhahn K.

Publication:
IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development (TAMD), Vol. 6(3) pp. 183-199

2014

Using a humanoid robot to elicit body awareness and appropriate physical

Author:
Costa S., H. Lehmann, Dautenhahn K.,

Publication:
International Journal of Social Robotics

2014

”Where is your nose?”. Developing body awareness skills among Children with Autism using a humanoid robot

Author:
Costa S., H Lehmann, Robins B., K. Dautenhahn, Filomena Soares

Publication:
ACHI 2013, The 6th Int. conf. on Advances in Computer-Human Interactions, Nice, France.

2013

Embodiment and Cognitive Learning – Can a Humanoid Robot Help Children with Autism to Learn about Tactile Social Behaviour?

Author:
Robins B., Dautenhahn K., Paul Dickerson

Publication:
ICSR12 – International Conference on Social Robotics, Chengdu, China

2012

Robots as social mediators for children with autism – A preliminary analysis comparing two different robotic platforms.

Author:
Iacono I., H. Lehmann, P. Marti, Robins B. and Dautenhahn K.

Publication:
Ieee icdl – epirob 2011

2011

Tactile interaction with a humanoid robot for children with autism: A case study analysis involving user requirements and results of an initial implementation.

Author:
Robins B.,F .Amirabdollahian,Z. Ji,Dautenhahn K.

Publication:
19th IEEE Int. Workshop on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 10) Viareggio, Italy.

2010

From Isolation to Communication: A Case Study Evaluation of Robot Assisted Play for Children with Autism with a Minimally Expressive Humanoid Robot.

Author:
Robins B., Dautenhahn K., Paul Dickerson

Publication:
Proc. The second international conferences on advances in computer-human interactions, achi 09, cancun, mexico.

2009

KASPAR – A Minimally Expressive Humanoid Robot for Human-Robot Interaction Research.

Author:
Dautenhahn K., Chrystopher L. Nehaniv, Michael L. Walters, Robins B., Hatice Kose-Bagci, N. Assif Mirza, Michael Blow

Publication:
Applied Bionics and Biomechanics 6(3): 369-397

2009

Building robot, a mini-humanoid robot for the rehabilitation of children with autism

Author:
Billard A., B. Robins, J. Nadel, and K. Dautenhahn

Publication:
J Assistive Technology, V19 (1), pp. 37-49,

2007

Does appearance matter in the interaction of children with autism with a humanoid robot?

Author:
B. Robins, K. Dautenhahn, J. Dubowski

Publication:
Interaction Studies Vol 7(3), pp. 479-512

2006

Effects of repeated exposure to a humanoid robot on children with autism.

Author:
Robins B., Dautenhahn K., Rene te Boekhorst, Aude Billard

Publication:
In S. Keates, J. Clarkson, P. Langdon and P. Robinson (Eds.) Designing a More Inclusive World, Springer Verlag, London, pp. 225-236.

2004

Investigating Autistic Children’s Attitudes Towards Strangers with the Theatrical Robot – A New Experimental Paradigm in Human-Robot Interaction Studies

Author:
B. Robins, K. Dautenhahn, J. Dubowski

Publication:
13th IEEE Int. Workshop on Robot and Human Interactive Communication RO-MAN2004 pp 557-562

2004

Robot-mediated joint attention in children with autism: A case study in robot-human interaction,

Author:
Robins B.,P. Dickerson,P. Stribling and K. Dautenhahn

Publication:
Interaction Studies 5:2, pp. 161-198

2004

Games children with autism can play with Robota, a humanoid robotic doll

Author:
Dautenhahn K., and A. Billard

Publication:
in Universal access and assistive technology: Springer, 2002, pp. 179-190.

2002

Reaction to robots in social and non-social context – comparison of children with autism spectrum disorders and their typical peers

Author:
Ivana Zubak, Sanja Šimleša, Maja Cepanec, Jasmina Stošić, Frano Petric, Zdenko Kovačić

Publication:
Hrvatska revija za rehabilitacijska istraživanja, 54, 28-38.

2018