University Paris Descartes, September 26th, 9am to 6pm
|Introduction: where do skills come from?
|From reaching to grasping a tool-shaped object in the 1st year of life
|When does tool use become distinctively human?: The development of percussive tool use
|Dedicated and general cognition involved in avian tool use
|Processes underlying tool modification in children and chimpanzees
|The Neurophysiology of Object Grasping
|Curiosity-Driven Development: From the Discovery of Object Affordances to the Discovery of Communication
|R. Braud, A. Pitti, & P. Gaussier
|Modeling the sensory-motor development: from the emergence of imitation capabilities to the discovery of tool-use
|How could we get robots up to infant-level competence in manipulation activities
|Observational learning of tool use
|Seeing Is Better Than Doing: Visual Familiarization With The Function Of A Tool Helps Learning More Than Manipulation Alone. A longitudinal study.
|Introduction of discussion/discussion
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