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Using Lego Robots to Estimate Cognitive Ability in Children who have Severe Disabilities Open Access
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Lego robots, cognitive ability, children, disability, play
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RERC State of the Science Conference & Coleman Institute Annual Conference Broomfield, CO.
Children with severe disabilities can control a Lego robot to perform un-structured play tasks. Success with the robot could be a proxy measure for children who have cognitive abilities but cannot demonstrate them in standard testing. Project results are presented and their utility as a proxy measure is explored.
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Cook, A.M., Adams K.D., Harbottle, N., Harbottle, C. (2007). Using Lego Robots to Estimate Cognitive Ability in Children who have Severe Disabilities, RERC State of the Science Conference & Coleman Institute Annual Conference Broomfield, CO.
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