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Children with cognitive impairments reported having an engaging initial response in child-robot interaction. However, the interaction modules for child-robot interaction vary and depend on the aim of the studies in the literature. In this study, we designed child-robot interaction modules in order to help children with cognitive impairment in improving their social interaction skills. Hence, we would like to report the overall pattern of their response for each module in 3 sessions of child-robot interaction. Their response pattern for each module is important in future behaviour analysis, especially with regards to their attention skills analysis and their eye contact engagement analysis during child-robot interaction.
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Robot, Cognitive Impairments, Child-Robot Interaction

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Ismail, Luthffi, et al. “Response Pattern of Child-Robot Interaction among Children with Cognitive Impairment.” Proceedings of HUSO 2019, the Fifth International Conference on Human and Social Analytics, edited by Dennis Folds et al., IARIA, International Academy, Research, and Industry Association, 2019, pp. 33–36.
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Ismail, L., Hanapiah, F. A., Belpaeme, T., & wyffels, F. (2019). Response pattern of child-robot interaction among children with cognitive impairment. In D. Folds, E. Lefever, R. Gera, & V. Hoste (Eds.), Proceedings of HUSO 2019, the fifth international conference on human and social analytics (pp. 33–36). Rome, Italy: IARIA, International Academy, Research, and Industry Association.
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Ismail, Luthffi, Fazah Akhtar Hanapiah, Tony Belpaeme, and Francis wyffels. 2019. “Response Pattern of Child-Robot Interaction among Children with Cognitive Impairment.” In Proceedings of HUSO 2019, the Fifth International Conference on Human and Social Analytics, edited by Dennis Folds, Els Lefever, Ralucca Gera, and Veronique Hoste, 33–36. IARIA, International Academy, Research, and Industry Association.
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Ismail, Luthffi, Fazah Akhtar Hanapiah, Tony Belpaeme, and Francis wyffels. 2019. “Response Pattern of Child-Robot Interaction among Children with Cognitive Impairment.” In Proceedings of HUSO 2019, the Fifth International Conference on Human and Social Analytics, ed by. Dennis Folds, Els Lefever, Ralucca Gera, and Veronique Hoste, 33–36. IARIA, International Academy, Research, and Industry Association.
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Ismail L, Hanapiah FA, Belpaeme T, wyffels F. Response pattern of child-robot interaction among children with cognitive impairment. In: Folds D, Lefever E, Gera R, Hoste V, editors. Proceedings of HUSO 2019, the fifth international conference on human and social analytics. IARIA, International Academy, Research, and Industry Association; 2019. p. 33–6.
IEEE
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L. Ismail, F. A. Hanapiah, T. Belpaeme, and F. wyffels, “Response pattern of child-robot interaction among children with cognitive impairment,” in Proceedings of HUSO 2019, the fifth international conference on human and social analytics, Rome, Italy, 2019, pp. 33–36.
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  abstract     = {Children with cognitive impairments reported having an engaging initial response in child-robot interaction. However, the interaction modules for child-robot interaction vary and depend on the aim of the studies in the literature. In this study, we designed child-robot interaction modules in order to help children with cognitive impairment in improving their social interaction skills. Hence, we would like to report the overall pattern of their response for each module in 3 sessions of child-robot interaction. Their response pattern for each module is important in future behaviour analysis, especially with regards to their attention skills analysis and their eye contact engagement analysis during child-robot interaction.},
  author       = {Ismail, Luthffi and Hanapiah, Fazah Akhtar and Belpaeme, Tony and wyffels, Francis},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of HUSO 2019, the fifth international conference on human and social analytics},
  editor       = {Folds, Dennis and Lefever, Els and Gera, Ralucca and Hoste, Veronique},
  isbn         = {9781612087252},
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  keywords     = {Robot,Cognitive Impairments,Child-Robot Interaction},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Rome, Italy},
  pages        = {33--36},
  publisher    = {IARIA, International Academy, Research, and Industry Association},
  title        = {Response pattern of child-robot interaction among children with cognitive impairment},
  year         = {2019},
}