Interactive Robots Facilitating Social Skills of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Interactive Robots Facilitating Social Skills of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
- 윤상석; 박성기; 최종석
- Autism spectrum disorders (ASD); human-robot interaction (HRI); medicial robotics; social training; therapeutic intervention; 행동중재; 자폐; 인간-로봇 상호작용
- Issue Date
- 한국HCI학회 학술대회
- , 531-534
- In this paper, we propose a robot-assisted behavioral intervention system
to easily improve social skills of children with autism spectrum disorders. Interactive
robots effectively offer social skills training for children with autism through the
therapeutic protocol with encouragement, reward, and pause mode, which is
determined by behavioral responses of children. In addition, the presented robot
generates appropriate training tasks through the combination of kinesic act and
displayable content, and it evaluates the level of children’s reactivity by the
recognition module of frontal face and touch. From the data analysis of experiments
and the survey evaluation, we verified that the system has some positive effect on
social development of children with autism.
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