Come i bambini pensano alla mente del robot. Il ruolo dell’attaccamento e della Teoria della Mente nell’attribuzione di stati mentali ad un agente robotico (How children think about the robot’s mind. The role of attachment and Theory of Mind in the attribution of mental states to a robotic agent)

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] How children think of the robot's mind. The role of attachment and Theory of Mind in the attribution of mental states to a robotic agent (How children think about the robot's mind. The role of attachment and Theory of Mind in the attribution of mental states to a robotic agent)

Cinzia Di Dio, Federico Manzi, Federico Manzi, Davide Massaro, Antonella Marchetti, Giulia Peretti, Angelo Cangelosi, Paul L. Harris

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