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TitleUsing robot animation to promote gestural skills in children with autism spectrum disorders
Author (Name in English or Pinyin)
So, W-C.1; Wong, M. K-Y.1; Cabibihan, J-J.2; Lam, C. K-Y.1; Chan, R. Y-Y.3; Qian, H-H.4
Date Issued2016-12-01
Source PublicationJOURNAL OF COMPUTER ASSISTED LEARNING
ISSN0266-4909
DOI10.1111/jcal.12159
Indexed BySSCI
Firstlevel Discipline计算机科学技术
Education discipline科技类
Published range国外学术期刊
Volume Issue Pages卷: 32 期: 6 页: 632-646
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Document TypeJournal article
Identifierhttps://irepository.cuhk.edu.cn/handle/3EPUXD0A/461
CollectionSchool of Science and Engineering
Corresponding AuthorSo, W-C.
Affiliation
1.Chinese Univ Hong Kong, Dept Educ Psychol, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Peoples R China
2.Qatar Univ, Dept Mech & Ind Engn, Doha, Qatar
3.Chinese Univ Hong Kong, Dept Informat Engn, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Peoples R China
4.Chinese Univ Hong Kong, Shenzhen , Peoples R China
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So, W-C.,Wong, M. K-Y.,Cabibihan, J-J.et al. Using robot animation to promote gestural skills in children with autism spectrum disorders[J]. JOURNAL OF COMPUTER ASSISTED LEARNING,2016.
APA So, W-C., Wong, M. K-Y., Cabibihan, J-J., Lam, C. K-Y., Chan, R. Y-Y., & Qian, H-H. (2016). Using robot animation to promote gestural skills in children with autism spectrum disorders. JOURNAL OF COMPUTER ASSISTED LEARNING.
MLA So, W-C.,et al."Using robot animation to promote gestural skills in children with autism spectrum disorders".JOURNAL OF COMPUTER ASSISTED LEARNING (2016).
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