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Marta Couto Email icon

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PhD
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  Can you guide me? supporting children's spatial perspective taking through games with robots
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Elmira Yadollahi and Marta Couto and Pierre Dillenbourg and Ana Paiva, Proceedings of the 2020 ACM Interaction Design and Children Conference: Extended Abstracts, pg. 217--222, 2020

Exploring the Role of Perspective Taking in Educational Child-Robot Interaction
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Elmira Yadollahi and Marta Couto and Wafa Johal and Pierre Dillenbourg and Ana Paiva, International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, pg. 346--351, 2020

Persuasive Social Robots using Reward/Coercion Strategies
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Mojgan Hashemian and Marta Couto and Samuel Mascarenhas and Ana Paiva and Pedro Santos and Rui Prada, 15th Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, HRI 2020, March, 2020

The Application of Social Power in Persuasive Social Robots
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Mojgan Hashemian and Samuel Mascarenhas and Marta Couto and Ana Paiva and Pedro Santos and Rui Prada, 15th Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, HRI 2020, ACM/IEEE, March 23-26, 2020

  An approach for personalized social interactions between a therapeutic robot and children with autism spectrum disorder
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Kim Baraka and Marta Couto and Francisco S. Melo and Ana Paiva and Manuela Veloso

An optimization approach for structured agent-based provider/receiver tasks
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Kim Baraka and Marta Couto and Francisco S Melo and Manuela Veloso, International conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, 2019

Project INSIDE: towards autonomous semi-unstructured human–robot social interaction in autism therapy
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Francisco S. Melo and Alberto Sardinha and David Belo and Marta Couto and Miguel Faria and Anabela Farias and Hugo Gambôa and Cátia Jesus and Mithun Kinarullathil and Pedro Lima and Luís Luz and André Mateus and Isabel Melo and Plinio Moreno and Daniel Osório and Ana Paiva and Jhielson Pimentel and João Rodrigues and Pedro Sequeira and Rubén Solera-Ureña and Miguel Vasco and Manuela Veloso and Rodrigo Ventura, Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, Vol. 96, pg. 198 - 216, 2019