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Embodied Language Learning and Cognitive Bootstrapping: Methods and Design Principles. / Lyon, Caroline; Nehaniv, Chrystopher; Saunders, Joe; Belpaeme, Tony; Bisio, Ambra; Fischer, Kerstin; Foerster, Frank; Lehmann, Hagen; Metta, Giorgio; Mohan, Vishwanathan; Morse, Anthony; Nolfi, Stefano; Nori, Francesco; Rohlfing, Katharina; Sciutti, Alessandra; Tani, Jun; Tuci, Elio; Wrede, Britta; Zeschel, Arne; Cangelosi, Angelo.

In: International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, Vol. 13, No. 105, 105, 31.05.2016.

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Lyon, C, Nehaniv, C, Saunders, J, Belpaeme, T, Bisio, A, Fischer, K, Foerster, F, Lehmann, H, Metta, G, Mohan, V, Morse, A, Nolfi, S, Nori, F, Rohlfing, K, Sciutti, A, Tani, J, Tuci, E, Wrede, B, Zeschel, A & Cangelosi, A 2016, 'Embodied Language Learning and Cognitive Bootstrapping: Methods and Design Principles' International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, vol 13, no. 105, 105. DOI: 10.5772/63462

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Lyon, Caroline; Nehaniv, Chrystopher; Saunders, Joe; Belpaeme, Tony; Bisio, Ambra; Fischer, Kerstin; Foerster, Frank; Lehmann, Hagen; Metta, Giorgio; Mohan, Vishwanathan; Morse, Anthony; Nolfi, Stefano; Nori, Francesco; Rohlfing, Katharina; Sciutti, Alessandra; Tani, Jun; Tuci, Elio; Wrede, Britta; Zeschel, Arne; Cangelosi, Angelo / Embodied Language Learning and Cognitive Bootstrapping: Methods and Design Principles.

In: International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, Vol. 13, No. 105, 105, 31.05.2016.

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title = "Embodied Language Learning and Cognitive Bootstrapping: Methods and Design Principles",
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author = "Caroline Lyon and Chrystopher Nehaniv and Joe Saunders and Tony Belpaeme and Ambra Bisio and Kerstin Fischer and Frank Foerster and Hagen Lehmann and Giorgio Metta and Vishwanathan Mohan and Anthony Morse and Stefano Nolfi and Francesco Nori and Katharina Rohlfing and Alessandra Sciutti and Jun Tani and Elio Tuci and Britta Wrede and Arne Zeschel and Angelo Cangelosi",
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AU - Lyon,Caroline

AU - Nehaniv,Chrystopher

AU - Saunders,Joe

AU - Belpaeme,Tony

AU - Bisio,Ambra

AU - Fischer,Kerstin

AU - Foerster,Frank

AU - Lehmann,Hagen

AU - Metta,Giorgio

AU - Mohan,Vishwanathan

AU - Morse,Anthony

AU - Nolfi,Stefano

AU - Nori,Francesco

AU - Rohlfing,Katharina

AU - Sciutti,Alessandra

AU - Tani,Jun

AU - Tuci,Elio

AU - Wrede,Britta

AU - Zeschel,Arne

AU - Cangelosi,Angelo

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PY - 2016/5/31

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N2 - Co-development of action, conceptualization and social interaction mutually scaffold and support each other within a virtuous feedback cycle in the development of human language in children. Within this framework, the purpose of this article is to bring together diverse but complementary accounts of research methods that jointly contribute to our understanding of cognitive development and in particular, language acquisition in robots. Thus, we include research pertaining to developmental robotics, cognitive science, psychology, linguistics and neuroscience, as well as practical computer science and engineering. The different studies are not at this stage all connected into a cohesive whole; rather, they are presented to illuminate the need for multiple different approaches that complement each other in the pursuit of understanding cognitive development in robots. Extensive experiments involving the humanoid robot iCub are reported, while human learning relevant to developmental robotics has also contributed useful results.Disparate approaches are brought together via common underlying design principles. Without claiming to model human language acquisition directly, we are nonetheless inspired by analogous development in humans and consequently, our investigations include the parallel co-development of action, conceptualization and social interaction. Though these different approaches need to ultimately be integrated into a coherent, unified body of knowledge, progress is currently also being made by pursuing individual methods.

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