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A scale measuring ethical acceptability of Robot Enhanced Therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. / Peca, Andreea; Coeckelbergh, Mark; Simut Vanderborght, Ramona; Pop, Cristina; Pintea, Sebastian; David, Daniel D; Vanderborght, Bram.

In: IEEE Technology And Society Magazine, Vol. 35, No. 2, 01.06.2016, p. 54-66.

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Peca, A, Coeckelbergh, M, Simut Vanderborght, R, Pop, C, Pintea, S, David, DD & Vanderborght, B 2016, 'A scale measuring ethical acceptability of Robot Enhanced Therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders' IEEE Technology And Society Magazine, vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 54-66.

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Peca, A., Coeckelbergh, M., Simut Vanderborght, R., Pop, C., Pintea, S., David, D. D., & Vanderborght, B. (2016). A scale measuring ethical acceptability of Robot Enhanced Therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. IEEE Technology And Society Magazine, 35(2), 54-66.

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Peca A, Coeckelbergh M, Simut Vanderborght R, Pop C, Pintea S, David DD et al. A scale measuring ethical acceptability of Robot Enhanced Therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. IEEE Technology And Society Magazine. 2016 Jun 1;35(2):54-66.

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Peca, Andreea ; Coeckelbergh, Mark ; Simut Vanderborght, Ramona ; Pop, Cristina ; Pintea, Sebastian ; David, Daniel D ; Vanderborght, Bram. / A scale measuring ethical acceptability of Robot Enhanced Therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. In: IEEE Technology And Society Magazine. 2016 ; Vol. 35, No. 2. pp. 54-66.

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