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Towards Scalable Measures of Quality of Interaction: Motor Interference
Motor resonance, the activation of an observer's motor control system by another actor's movements, has been claimed to be an indicator for quality of interaction. Motor interference as one of the consequences of the ...
Robots Learning to Say `No': Prohibition and Rejective Mechanisms in Acquisition of Linguistic Negation
'No' belongs to the first ten words used by children and embodies the first active form of linguistic negation. Despite its early occurrence the details of its acquisition process remain largely unknown. The circumstance ...