17.3637, TOC: Interaction Studies 7/3 (2006)

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Date: 01-Dec-2006
From: Paul Peranteau < paul at benjamins.com >
Subject: Interaction Studies Vol 7, No 3 (2006) 

	
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Date: Fri, 08 Dec 2006 09:11:11
From: Paul Peranteau < paul at benjamins.com >
Subject: Interaction Studies Vol 7, No 3 (2006) 
 


Publisher:	John Benjamins
			http://www.benjamins.com/ 			
			
Journal Title:  Interaction Studies 
Volume Number:  7 
Issue Number:  3 
Issue Date:  2006 


Main Text:  

Editorial Note  v  

Target Article   
The uncanny advantage of using androids in cognitive and social science research 
Karl F. MacDorman and Hiroshi Ishiguro 297-337  

Commentaries   
Some methodological issues in android science 
Tom Ziemke and Jessica Lindblom 339-342  

Android science by all means, but let's be canny about It! 
Spee Kosloff and Jeff Greenberg 343-346  

Artificial agents in social cognitive sciences 
Thierry Chaminade and Jessica K. Hodgins 347-353  

Did Garbo care about the uncanny valley? 
Lola Ca├▒amero 355-359  

Author's reply to commentaries   
Opening Pandora's uncanny Box: Reply to commentaries on "The uncanny advantage
of using androids in social and cognitive science research" 
Karl F. MacDorman and Hiroshi Ishiguro 361-368  

Articles   
An approach for a social robot to understand human relationships: Friendship
estimation through interaction with robots 
Takayuki Kanda and Hiroshi Ishiguro 369-403  

Robotic pets in the lives of preschool children 
Peter H. Kahn, Jr., Batya Friedman, Deanne R. Perez-Granados and Nathan G.
Freier 405-436  

Measurement of negative attitudes toward robots 
Tatsuya Nomura, Tomohiro Suzuki, Takayuki Kanda and Kennsuke Kato 437-454  

To help or not to help a service robot: Bystander intervention as a resource in
human-robot collaboration 
Helge H├╝ttenrauch and Kerstin Severinson Eklundh 455-477  

Experimental comparisons of observational learning mechanisms for movement
imitation in mobile robots 
Joe Saunders, Chrystopher L. Nehaniv and Kerstin Dautenhahn 479-508  

Does appearance matter in the interaction of children with autism with a
humanoid robot? 
Ben Robins, Kerstin Dautenhahn and Janek Dubowski 509-542 



Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
                     Cognitive Science
                     Historical Linguistics
                     Pragmatics




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