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Proprioceptive and Kinematic Profiles for Customized Human‐ Robot Interaction for People Suffering from Autism

Abstract : In this chapter, we presented a method to define individual profiles in order to develop a new personalized robot‐based social interaction for individual with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) with the hypothesis that hyporeactivity to visual motion and an overreliance on proprioceptive information would be linked to difficulties in integrating social cues and in engaging in successful interactions. We succeed to form three groups among our 19 participants (children, teenagers, and adults with ASD), describing each participant's response to visual and proprioceptive inputs. We conducted a first experiment to present the robot Nao as a social companion and to avoid fear or stress toward the robot in future experiment. No direct link between the behavior of the participants toward the robot and their proprioceptive and visual profiles was observed. Still, we found encouraging results going in the direction of our hypothesis. In addition, almost all of our participants showed great interest to Nao. Defining such individual profiles prior to social interactions with a robot could provide promising strategies for designing successful and adapted human‐robot interaction (HRI) for individuals with ASD.
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Pauline Chevalier, Brice Isableu, Jean-Claude Martin, Christophe Bazile, Adriana Tapus. Proprioceptive and Kinematic Profiles for Customized Human‐ Robot Interaction for People Suffering from Autism. Autism - Paradigms, Recent Research and Clinical Applications, InTech, 2017, 978-953-51-3079-6. ⟨hal-01762437⟩

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