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Journal Article
M. Lewis, Fineberg, N., and Cañamero, L., A Robot Model of OC-Spectrum Disorders: Design Framework, Implementation and First Experiments, Computational Psychiatry, vol. 3, pp. 40–75, 2019.
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T. Belpaeme, Baxter, P. E., Read, R., Wood, R., Cuayáhuitl, H., Kiefer, B., Racioppa, S., Kruijff-Korbayová, I., Athanasopoulos, G., Enescu, V., Looije, R., Neerincx, M. A., Demiris, Y., Ros-Espinoza, R., Beck, A., Cañamero, L., Lewis, M., Baroni, I., Nalin, M., Cosi, P., Paci, G., Tesser, F., Sommavilla, G., and Humbert, R., Multimodal Child-Robot Interaction: Building Social Bonds, Journal of Human-Robot Interaction, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 33–53, 2012.
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L. Cañamero and Lewis, M., Making New "New AI" Friends: Designing a Social Robot for Diabetic Children from an Embodied AI Perspective, International Journal of Social Robotics, vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 523–537, 2016.
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J. Lones, Lewis, M., and Cañamero, L., A Hormone-Driven Epigenetic Mechanism for Adaptation in Autonomous Robots, IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 445–454, 2018.
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M. Lewis and Cañamero, L., Hedonic quality or reward? A study of basic pleasure in homeostasis and decision making of a motivated autonomous robot, Adaptive Behavior, vol. 24, no. 5, pp. 267–291, 2016.
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J. Lones, Lewis, M., and Cañamero, L., From Sensorimotor Experiences to Cognitive Development: Investigating the Influence of Experiential Diversity on the Development of an Epigenetic Robot, Frontiers in Robotics and AI, vol. 3, 2016.
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A. Hiolle, Lewis, M., and Cañamero, L., Arousal Regulation and Affective Adaptation to Human Responsiveness by a Robot that Explores and Learns a Novel Environment, Frontiers in Neurorobotics, vol. 8, p. 17, 2014.
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Conference Paper
M. Lewis and Cañamero, L., Using Robots to Model Mental Disorders, in Proc. UK-RAS Conference: 'Robots Working For & Among Us', 2017, Bristol, UK, 2018, pp. 121–123.
A. Hiolle, Lewis, M., and Cañamero, L., A Robot that Uses Arousal to Detect Learning Challenges and Seek Help, in Proc. 14th Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems (ALIFE 2014), New York, NY, 2014, pp. 864–871.
M. Lewis and Cañamero, L., Robot Models of Mental Disorders, in Proc. 7th International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction, Workshops and Demos (ACIIW 2017), San Antonio, TX, 2017, pp. 193–200.PDF icon ACII_Lewis_Canamero_2017_Robot_Models_of_Mental_Disorders_draft.pdf (176.35 KB)
M. Lewis and Cañamero, L., A Robot Model of Stress-Induced Compulsive Behavior, in Proc. 8th International Conference on Affective Computing & Intelligent Interaction (ACII 2019), Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2019, pp. 559–565.PDF icon ACII_Lewis_Canamero_2019_draft.pdf (1016.8 KB)
M. Lewis and Cañamero, L., Robin: An Autonomous Robot for Diabetic Children, in Proc. UK-RAS Conference: 'Robots Working For & Among Us', 2017, Bristol, UK, 2018, pp. 13–15.
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M. Lewis, Hiolle, A., and Cañamero, L., Pleasure, Persistence and Opportunism in Action Selection, in Proc. 14th Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems (ALIFE 2014), New York, NY, 2014, pp. 932–933.
W. Wang, Athanasopoulos, G., Yilmazyildiz, S., Patsis, G., Enescu, V., Sahli, H., Verhelst, W., Hiolle, A., Lewis, M., and Cañamero, L., Natural Emotion Elicitation for Emotion Modeling in Child-Robot Interactions, in Proc. 4th Workshop on Child Computer Interaction (WOCCI 2014), Singapore, 2014, pp. 51–56.
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M. Lewis and Cañamero, L., Modulating Perception with Pleasure for Action Selection, in Proc. 5th Annual International Conference on Biologically-Inspired Cognitive Architectures (BICA 2014), Cambridge, MA, 2014.
I. Khan, Lewis, M., and Cañamero, L., Modelling the Social Buffering Hypothesis in an Artificial Life Environment, in Proceedings of the Artificial Life Conference 2020 (ALIFE 2020), Montreal, Canada, 2020, pp. 393–401.
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I. Kruijff-Korbayová, Oleari, E., Pozzi, C., Sacchitelli, F., Bagherzadhalimi, A., Bellini, S., Kiefer, B., Racioppa, S., Coninx, A., Baxter, P. E., Bierman, B., Henkemans, O. Blanson, Neerincx, M. A., Looije, R., Demiris, Y., Espinoza, R. Ros, Mosconi, M., Cosi, P., Humbert, R., Cañamero, L., Sahli, H., de Greeff, J., Kennedy, J., Read, R., Lewis, M., Hiolle, A., Paci, G., Sommavilla, G., Tesser, F., Athanasopoulos, G., Patsis, G., Verhelst, W., Sanna, A., and Belpaeme, T., Let’s Be Friends: Perception of a Social Robotic Companion for children with T1DM, in Proc. New Friends 2015, Almere, The Netherlands, 2015, pp. 32–33.
J. Lones, Lewis, M., and Cañamero, L., Hormonal Modulation of Interaction Between Autonomous Agents, in Proc. 4th Joint IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and on Epigenetic Robotics (ICDL-Epirob 2014), Genoa, Italy, 2014, pp. 402–407.
J. Lones, Lewis, M., and Cañamero, L., Hormonal Modulation of Development and Behaviour Permits a Robot to Adapt to Novel Interactions, in Proc. 14th Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems (ALIFE 2014), New York, NY, 2014, pp. 184–191.
L. Hickton, Lewis, M., and Cañamero, L., A Flexible Component-Based Robot Control Architecture for Hormonal Modulation of Behaviour and Affect, in Proc. Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems 18th Annual Conference, TAROS 2017, Guildford, UK, 2017, vol. 10454, pp. 464–474.
J. Lones, Cañamero, L., and Lewis, M., Epigenetic Adaptation in Action Selection Environments with Temporal Dynamics, in Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2013, 2013, pp. 505–512.
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M. Lewis, Oleari, E., Pozzi, C., and Cañamero, L., An Embodied AI Approach to Individual Differences: Supporting Self-Efficacy in Diabetic Children with an Autonomous Robot, in Proc. 7th International Conference on Social Robotics (ICSR-2015), Paris, 2015, pp. 401–410.PDF icon 2015_Lewis_Canamero_ICSR.pdf (1.56 MB)
I. Khan, Lewis, M., and Cañamero, L., The Effects of Affective Social Bonds on the Interactions and Survival of Simulated Agents, in ACII2019 Workshop on Social Emotions, Theories and Models (SE-THEMO), Cambridge, UK, 2019, pp. 374–380.PDF icon Khan_et_al_Affective_Social_Bonds_ACII2019_AcceptedVersion.pdf (657.01 KB)
L. Hickton, Lewis, M., Koay, K. L., and Cañamero, L., Does Expression of Grounded Affect in a Hexapod Robot Elicit More Prosocial Responses?, in UKRAS20 Conference: "Robots into the real world" Proceedings, Lincoln, UK, 2020, pp. 40–42.
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M. Nalin, Baroni, I., Kruijff-Korbayová, I., Cañamero, L., Lewis, M., Beck, A., Cuayáhuitl, H., and Sanna, A., Children's Adaptation in Multi-session Interaction with a Humanoid Robot, in 2012 IEEE RO-MAN: The 21st IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, 2012, pp. 351–357.
M. Lewis and Cañamero, L., Are Discrete Emotions Useful in Human-Robot Interaction? Feedback from Motion Capture Analysis, in Proc. Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII 2013), Geneva, Switzerland, 2013, pp. 97–102.PDF icon ACII_2013_Lewis_Canamero,_Discrete_Emotions_Motion_Capture-draft.pdf (401.16 KB)
M. Lewis and Cañamero, L., An Affective Autonomous Robot Toddler to Support the Development of Self-Efficacy in Diabetic Children, in Proc. 23rd Annual IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (IEEE RO-MAN 2014), Edinburgh, 2014, pp. 359–364.PDF icon Lewis,_Canamero,_Autonomous_Robot_Toddler_Diabetic_Children,_ROMAN_2014_ACCEPTED.pdf (216 KB)
I. Khan, Lewis, M., and Cañamero, L., Adaptation and the Social Salience Hypothesis of Oxytocin: Early Experiments in a Simulated Agent Environment, in Proc. 2nd Symposium on Social Interactions in Complex Intelligent Systems (SICIS), Liverpool, UK, 2018, pp. 2–9.