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Blazina, Kerstin
Friesen, Jamie
Slauenwhite, Kristen
Adams, Kim
Cook, Al
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interface design study
alternative or augmentative communication (AAC) device navigation system
disabled children
children aged 5-7
alternative or augmentative communication (AAC)
communicative output
robot-controlled play scenario
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The purpose of this study, which is part of a larger interface design study, is to expand on evidence suggesting that the use of robotic play with disabled children who have a decreased ability to play, may promote the development of their motor, cognitive and linguistic skills.
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