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2016
Fernando S., Moore R.K, Cameron D., Collins EC., Millings A., Sharkey A.J., Prescott T.J..  2016.  Automatic recognition of child speech for robotic applications in noisy environments. Submission to Computer Speech and Language, special issue on Interaction Technologies for Children. arXiv:1611.02695 [cs.CL]
Cameron D., Fernando S., Millings A., Szollosy M., Collins E., Moore R., Prescott T..  2016.  Congratulations, it's a boy! Bench-marking children's perceptions of the Robokind Zeno-R25.. Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems. :33-39.
Blancas M., Vouloutsi V, Zucca R., Verschure PFMJ.  2016.  Considering students’ confidence when building a synthetic tutoring system.. New Friends 2016: 2nd International Conference on Social Robots in Therapy and Education..
Davison D., Charisi V., van der Meij J., Wijnen F., Papenmeier A., D. R, Evers V..  2016.  Design challenges for long-term interaction with a robot in a science classroom.. IEEE RO-MAN 2016 . Workshop on Long-Term Child-Robot Interaction
Cameron D., Fernando S., Millings A., Szollosy M., Collins E., Moore R., Prescott T..  2016.  Designing robot personalities for human-robot symbiotic interaction in an educational context.. Living Machines. Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems.
Cameron D., Collins E., Cheung A., Chua A., Aitken J., Law L..  2016.  Don't worry, we'll get there: Developing robot personalities to maintain user interaction after robot error. . Living Machines. Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems.:409-412.
Reidsma D., Charisi V., Davison D., Wijnen F., van der Meij J., Evers V., Mazzei D, Verschure PFMJ, and 11more.  2016.  The EASEL Project: Towards Educational Human-Robot Symbiotic Interaction. Living Machines. . Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems.
Charisi V., Davison D., Reidsma D., Evers V..  2016.  Evaluation Methods for User-Centered Child-Robot Interaction. IEEE RO-MAN 2016.
Cameron D., Aitken J.M., Collins E.C., Boorman L., Chua A., Fernando S., Law J..  2016.  Framing Factors: The Importance of Context and the Individual in Understanding Trust in Human-Robot Interaction. . IROS . Workshop on Designing and Evaluating Social Robots for Public Settings
Cameron D., Fernando S., Collins E.C., Millings A., Moore R.K., Sharkey A., Prescott T..  2016.  Impact of robot responsiveness and adult involvement on children's social behaviours in human-robot interaction.. AISB 2016. 5th International symposium on New Frontiers in Human-Robot Interaction..
Moore R.K.  2016.  Introducing a pictographic language for envisioning a rich variety of enactive systems with different degrees of complexity.. Int. J. Advanced Robotic Systems. 13(74)
Blancas M., Zucca R., Vouloutsi V., Verschure PFMJ.  2016.  Modulating Learning Through Expectation in a Simulated Robotic Setup. Living Machines. Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems:400-408.
Moore R.K..  2016.  A needs-driven cognitive architecture for future “intelligent” communicative agents.. In EU Cognition Meeting. .
Moore R.K.  2016.  PCT and Beyond: Towards a Computational Framework for “Intelligent” Systems. . Living Control Systems IV: Perceptual Control Theory and the Future of the Life and Social Sciences. .
Moore R.K.  2016.  A real-time parametric general-purpose mammalian vocal synthesiser.. INTERSPEECH. San Francisco, CA..
Cameron D., Loh E.J., Chua A., Collins E.C., Aitken J.M., Law J..  2016.  Robot-stated limitations but not intentions promote user assistance. . AISB 2016. 5th International symposium on New Frontiers in Human-Robot Interaction..
Moore R.K.  2016.  Is spoken language all-or-nothing? Implications for future speech-based human-machine interaction. Dialogues with Social Robots – Enablements, Analyses, and Evaluation. .
Vouloutsi V., Blancas M., Zucca R., Omedas P., Verschure PFMJ, and 11more..  2016.  Towards a Synthetic Tutor Assistant: The EASEL Project and its Architecture. Living Machines. Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems:pp353-364.
Moore R.K, Marxer R., Thill S..  2016.  Vocal Interactivity in-and-between Humans, Animals and Robots.. Frontiers in Robotics and AI. 3(16)
2015
Cameron D., Fernando S., Millings A., Moore R.K., Sharkey A., Prescott T..  2015.  Children’s age influences their perceptions of a humanoid robot as being like a person or machine.. Living Machines 2015 . The 4th International Conference on Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems..
Cominelli L., Mazzei D., Pieroni M., Zaraki A., Garofalo R., De Rossi D..  2015.  Damasio's Somatic Marker for Social Robotics: Preliminary Implementation and Test. Living Machines 2015 . The 4th International Conference on Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems. .
Blancas M., Vouloutsi V., Grechuta K., Verschure PFMJ.  2015.  Effects of the Robot’s Role on Human-Robot Interaction in an Educational Scenario.. Living Machines 2015 . The 4th International Conference on Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems. .
Blancas M., Vouloutsi V., Grechuta K., Verschure PFMJ.  2015.  Effects Of The Robot's Role On Human-Robot Interaction In An Educational Scenario. 2nd International Summer School on Social Human-Robot Interaction.
Takacs B., Brindza N., Richter G., Somogyi E., Simon L..  2015.  Immersive Virtual&Augmented Reality - Education and Autism Research. Intl. Conf. on Control, Automation and Systems. (in press).
Wijnen F., Charisi V., Davison D., van der Mei jJ, Reidsma D., Evers V..  2015.  Inquiry learning with a social robot: can you explain that to me? New Friends 2015. The 1st international conference on social robots in therapy and education.

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