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Arianna Curioni
Arianna Curioni
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Interactional leader–follower sensorimotor communication strategies during repetitive joint actions
M Candidi, A Curioni, F Donnarumma, LM Sacheli, G Pezzulo
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 12 (110), 20150644, 2015
862015
Autistic traits affect interpersonal motor coordination by modulating strategic use of role-based behavior
A Curioni, I Minio-Paluello, LM Sacheli, M Candidi, SM Aglioti
Molecular autism 8 (1), 1-13, 2017
532017
Reciprocal information flow and role distribution support joint action coordination
A Curioni, C Vesper, G Knoblich, N Sebanz
Cognition 187, 21-31, 2019
482019
Joint action in humans: A model for human-robot interactions
A Curioni, G Knoblich, N Sebanz, A Goswami, P Vadakkepat
Humanoid robotics: A reference, 2149-2167, 2019
292019
Understanding joint action: Current theoretical and empirical approaches
RPRD van der Wel, C Becchio, A Curioni, T Wolf
Acta Psychologica 215, 103285, 2021
142021
How does a partner’s motor variability affect joint action?
S Sabu, A Curioni, C Vesper, N Sebanz, G Knoblich
Plos one 15 (10), e0241417, 2020
132020
Human adults prefer to cooperate even when it is costly
A Curioni, P Voinov, M Allritz, T Wolf, J Call, G Knoblich
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1973), 20220128, 2022
92022
The engaging nature of interactive gestures
A Curioni, GK Knoblich, N Sebanz, LM Sacheli
Plos one 15 (4), e0232128, 2020
92020
The role of social learning and socio-cognitive skills in sensorimotor communication: Comment on “The body talks: Sensorimotor communication and its brain and kinematic …
A Curioni, LM Sacheli
Phys. Life Rev 28, 24-27, 2019
92019
A methodology for distinguishing copying and reconstruction in cultural transmission episodes
JWA Strachan, A Curioni, M Constable, G Knoblich, M Charbonneau
Cognitive Science Society, 2020
82020
Evaluating the relative contributions of copying and reconstruction processes in cultural transmission episodes
JWA Strachan, A Curioni, MD Constable, G Knoblich, M Charbonneau
Plos one 16 (9), e0256901, 2021
72021
Infants understand collaboration: Neural evidence for 9-month-olds’ attribution of shared goals to coordinated joint actions
K Begus, A Curioni, G Knoblich, G Gergely
Social Neuroscience 15 (6), 655-667, 2020
72020
Flexible cultural learning through action coordination
M Charbonneau, A Curioni, L McEllin, JWA Strachan
Perspectives on Psychological Science 19 (1), 201-222, 2024
32024
What makes us act together? On the cognitive models supporting humans’ decisions for joint action
A Curioni
Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 16, 900527, 2022
32022
Joint Action, Adaptation, and Entrainment in Human-Robot Interaction
C Fourie, N Figueroa, J Shah, M Bieńkiewicz, B Bardy, E Burdet, ...
2022 17th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI …, 2022
12022
Crazy for You! Understanding utility in joint actions
A Curioni, P Voinov, M Allritz, J Call, GK Knoblich
CogSci 2020, 2020
12020
Can we identify others' intentions from seeing their movements? Comment on" Seeing mental states: An experimental strategy for measuring the observability of other minds" by …
A Curioni, N Sebanz, G Knoblich
Physics of Life Reviews 24, 84-87, 2018
12018
Better Together: 14-Month-Old Infants Expect Agents to Cooperate
L Vizmathy, K Begus, G Knoblich, G Gergely, A Curioni
Open Mind 8, 1-16, 2024
2024
Effects of Robotic Expertise and Task Knowledge on Physical Ergonomics and Joint Efficiency in a Human-Robot Collaboration Task
M Pantano, A Curioni, D Regulin, T Kamps, D Lee
2023 IEEE-RAS 22nd International Conference on Humanoid Robots (Humanoids), 1-8, 2023
2023
Sensorimotor communication and coordination processes in joint actions: Evidence from neurotypical and autistic individuals
A Curioni
2016
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