Journal Articles

I. Leite, M. McCoy, M. Lohani, D. Ullman, N. Salomons, C. Stokes, S. Rivers, & B. Scassellati. Affective Narratives with Robots: The Impact of Interaction Context and Individual Differences on Story Recall and Emotional Understanding. To appear in: Frontiers in Robotics and AI, 2017.

J. Hart & B. Scassellati. Robot Self-Modeling. To appear in: International Journal of Humanoid Robotics, 2017.

A. Castro-González, H. Admoni, & B. Scassellati. Effects of form and motion on judgments of social robots’ animacy, likability, trustworthiness and unpleasantness. ​International Journal Human-Computer Studies, 90 (2016) 27-38. [PDF]

S. Rabbitt, A. Kazdin & B. Scassellati. Integrating Socially Assistive Robotics into Mental Healthcare Interventions: Applications and Recommendations for Expanded UseClinical Psychology Review, 2014. Accepted, in press. [PDF]

E. S. Kim, L. D. Berkovits, E. P. Bernier, D. Leyzberg, F. Shic, R. Paul, & B. Scassellati. Social Robots as Embedded Reinforcers of Social Behavior in Children with Autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2012. [PDF]

E. S. Kim, R. Paul, F. Shic, & B. Scassellati. Bridging the Research Gap: Making HRI Useful to Individuals with Autism. Journal of Human-Robot Interaction, Volume 1. [PDF]

B. Scassellati, H. Admoni & M. Matarić. Robots For Use in Autism Research. Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 14. [PDF]

W. A. Bainbridge, J. W. Hart, E. S. Kim & B. Scassellati. The benefits of interactions with physically present robots over video-displayed agents. International Journal of Social Robotics, Vol. 3(1), p. 41-52. 2010. [PDF]

C. Crick & B. Scassellati. Controlling a robot with intention derived from motion. Topics in Cognitive Science, Vol. 2, p. 114-126. January 2010. [PDF]

K. Gold, M. Doniec, C. Crick & B. Scassellati. Robotic Vocabulary Building Using Extension Inference and Implicit Contrast. Artificial Intelligence Journal.  Vol. 173(1), p. 145-166. 2009. [PDF]

K. Gold & B. Scassellati. Using Probabilistic Reasoning over Time to Self-Recognize. Robotics and Autonomous Systems. Vol. 57(5), p. 384-392. 2009. [PDF]

F. Shic & B. Scassellati. Pitfalls in the modeling of developmental systems. International Journal of Humanoid Robotics, Vol. 4(2), p. 435-454. 2007. [PDF]

A. Tapus, M. Mataric, & B. Scassellati. The grand challenges in socially assistive robotics. IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine. Vol. 4, No. 1. p. 35-42, March 2007. [PDF]

F. Shic & B. Scassellati. A behavioral analysis of computational models of visual attention. International Journal of Computer Vision, Vol. 73(2), p. 159-177, 2007. [PDF]

K. Gold & B. Scassellati. Learning acceptable windows of contingency. Connection Science, special issue on developmental learning, Vol. 18(2), p. 217-228, June 2006. [PDF]

C. Crick, K. Gold, E. Kim, F. Shic, G. Sun & B. Scassellati. Social Development. IEEE Computational Intelligence Magazine, Vol. 1(3), p. 41-47, August 2006. [PDF]

G. Sun & B. Scassellati. A fast and efficient model for learning to reach. International Journal of Humanoid Robotics, Vol. 2, No. 4, p.391-413, 2005. [PDF]

C. Breazeal & B. Scassellati. Robots that imitate humans. Trends in Cognitive Science, vol. 6, pp. 481-487, 2002. [PDF]

C. Breazeal, A. Edsinger, P. Fitzpatrick & B. Scassellati. Active vision for sociable robots. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part A: Systems and Humans, Volume 31, Number 5, p. 443-453, 2002. [PDF]

B. Scassellati. Theory of mind for a humanoid robot. Autonomous Robots, vol. 12, p. 13-24, 2002. [PDF]

B. Adams, C. Breazeal, R. Brooks & B. Scassellati. Humanoid robots: A new kind of tool. IEEE Intelligent Systems, Vol. 15, No. 4, p. 25-31, July/August 2000. [PDF]

C. Breazeal, A. Edsinger, P. Fitzpatrick, B. Scassellati & P. Varchavskaia Social constraints on animate vision, with. IEEE Intelligent Systems, Vol. 15, No. 4, p. 32-37, July/August 2000. [PDF]

C. Breazeal & B. Scassellati. Infant-like social interactions between a robot and a human caretaker. Accepted for publication in Adaptive Behavior in 2000, but remained unpublished when the journal re-started in 2002. [PDF]