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Using LOCO to catalyse communication in an autistic child
|Statement||by Sylvia Weir and Ricky Emanuel.|
|Series||D.A.I. research report -- no.15|
|Contributions||Emanuel, Ricky., University of Edinburgh. Department of Artificial Intelligence.|
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The fascination for machines shown by autistic children can be exploited in a LOGO-based learning environment. We report an experience with a seven-year-old autistic child whose active and enjoyable explorations in controlling the LOGO turtle formed the basis for the development of language for communication, both verbal and nonverbal.
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Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume ) Abstract. This article is a pilot study in which autistic children alternated between playing a diverse card game, physical instructions game with two different humanoid level robots. Weir, S., Emanuel, R.: Using LOGO to catalyse communication in an autistic child.
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S. Weir and R. Emanuel, Using LOGO to catalyse communication in an autistic child: Department of Artificial Intelligence, University of Edinburgh, D. Ricks and M. Colton, "Trends and considerations in robot-assisted autism therapy," in Robotics and Automation (ICRA), IEEE International Conference on,pp.
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