Interaction between Task Oriented and Affective Information Processing in Cognitive Robotics
There is an increasing interest in endowing robots with emotions. Robot control however is still often very task oriented. We present a cognitive architecture that allows the combination of and interaction between task representations and affective information processing. Our model is validated by comparing simulation results with empirical data from experimental psychology.
KeywordsAffective Cognitive Architecture Cognitive Robotics Stimulus Response Compatibility Psychology
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