Kerstin Dautenhahn
Kerstin Dautenhahn
Canada 150 Research Chair in Intelligent Robotics, University of Waterloo
Verified email at uwaterloo.ca
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A survey of socially interactive robots
T Fong, I Nourbakhsh, K Dautenhahn
Robotics and autonomous systems 42 (3-4), 143-166, 2003
30142003
Socially intelligent robots: dimensions of human–robot interaction
K Dautenhahn
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 362 …, 2007
8332007
Robotic assistants in therapy and education of children with autism: can a small humanoid robot help encourage social interaction skills?
B Robins, K Dautenhahn, R Te Boekhorst, A Billard
Universal Access in the Information Society 4 (2), 105-120, 2005
7082005
Towards interactive robots in autism therapy: Background, motivation and challenges
K Dautenhahn, I Werry
Pragmatics & Cognition 12 (1), 1-35, 2004
5192004
What is a robot companion-friend, assistant or butler?
K Dautenhahn, S Woods, C Kaouri, ML Walters, KL Koay, I Werry
Intelligent Robots and Systems, 2005.(IROS 2005). 2005 IEEE/RSJ …, 2005
4922005
Imitation in animals and artifacts
CL Nehaniv, K Dautenhahn, K Dautenhahn
MIT press, 2002
3742002
How may I serve you?: a robot companion approaching a seated person in a helping context
K Dautenhahn, M Walters, S Woods, KL Koay, CL Nehaniv, A Sisbot, ...
Proceedings of the 1st ACM SIGCHI/SIGART conference on Human-robot …, 2006
3582006
Getting to know each other—artificial social intelligence for autonomous robots
K Dautenhahn
Robotics and autonomous systems 16 (2-4), 333-356, 1995
3381995
Avoiding the uncanny valley: robot appearance, personality and consistency of behavior in an attention-seeking home scenario for a robot companion
ML Walters, DS Syrdal, K Dautenhahn, R Te Boekhorst, KL Koay
Autonomous Robots 24 (2), 159-178, 2008
3362008
Robot-mediated joint attention in children with autism: A case study in robot-human interaction
B Robins, P Dickerson, P Stribling, K Dautenhahn
Interaction studies 5 (2), 161-198, 2004
3362004
KASPAR–a minimally expressive humanoid robot for human–robot interaction research
K Dautenhahn, CL Nehaniv, ML Walters, B Robins, H Kose-Bagci, ...
Applied Bionics and Biomechanics 6 (3-4), 369-397, 2009
3352009
From isolation to communication: a case study evaluation of robot assisted play for children with autism with a minimally expressive humanoid robot
B Robins, K Dautenhahn, P Dickerson
2009 Second International Conferences on Advances in Computer-Human …, 2009
3152009
The correspondence problem
CL Nehaniv, K Dautenhahn
Imitation in animals and artifacts 41, 2002
3042002
The art of designing socially intelligent agents: Science, fiction, and the human in the loop
K Dautenhahn
Applied artificial intelligence 12 (7-8), 573-617, 1998
2861998
The influence of subjects' personality traits on personal spatial zones in a human-robot interaction experiment
ML Walters, K Dautenhahn, R Te Boekhorst, KL Koay, C Kaouri, S Woods, ...
ROMAN 2005. IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Interactive …, 2005
2842005
Robots as social actors: Aurora and the case of autism
K Dautenhahn
Proc. CT99, The Third International Cognitive Technology Conference, August …, 1999
2801999
Methodology & themes of human-robot interaction: A growing research field
K Dautenhahn
International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems 4 (1), 15, 2007
2732007
Does appearance matter in the interaction of children with autism with a humanoid robot?
B Robins, K Dautenhahn, J Dubowski
Interaction studies 7 (3), 479-512, 2006
2652006
Would you trust a (faulty) robot?: Effects of error, task type and personality on human-robot cooperation and trust
M Salem, G Lakatos, F Amirabdollahian, K Dautenhahn
Proceedings of the Tenth Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human …, 2015
2442015
From embodied to socially embedded agents–implications for interaction-aware robots
K Dautenhahn, B Ogden, T Quick
Cognitive Systems Research 3 (3), 397-428, 2002
2272002
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