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Defining Social Robot Roles in Rehabilitation Based on Observed Patient-Therapist Interactions in Stroke Therapy

2018

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In this paper, we discuss how to improve robot-patient interactions in task-oriented stroke therapy, which currently do not accurately model therapist-patient interactions in the real world. From observations of patient-therapist interactions in task-oriented stroke therapy captured in 8 videos, we describe three dyads of interactions where the therapist and the patient take on a set of acting states or roles and are motivated to move from one role to another when certain physical or verbal stimuli or cues are sensed and received. We propose possible model for robot-patient interaction and discuss challenges to its implementation, including the ethics

Author(s): Michelle Johnson and Mayumi Mohan and Rochelle Mendonca
Year: 2018
Month: March

Department(s): Haptic Intelligence
Bibtex Type: Miscellaneous (misc)

Address: Chicago, USA
How Published: Workshop paper (2 pages) presented at the HRI Workshop on Social Robots in Therapy: Focusing on Autonomy and Ethical Challenges
State: Published
URL: https://arxiv.org/abs/1812.07613

BibTex

@misc{Johnson18-HRIWS-Roles,
  title = {Defining Social Robot Roles in Rehabilitation Based on Observed Patient-Therapist Interactions in Stroke Therapy},
  author = {Johnson, Michelle and Mohan, Mayumi and Mendonca, Rochelle},
  howpublished = {Workshop paper (2 pages) presented at the HRI Workshop on Social Robots in Therapy: Focusing on Autonomy and Ethical Challenges},
  address = {Chicago, USA},
  month = mar,
  year = {2018},
  url = {https://arxiv.org/abs/1812.07613},
  month_numeric = {3}
}