The evolutionary roots of goal-directed mechanisms: A communication account.
Metarepresentation, trust, and "unleashed expression".
Putting the cart before the horse? The origin of information donation.
No unleashed expression without language.
From the pragmatics of charades to the creation of language.
Cognitive pragmatics: Insights from homesign conversations.
Teaching unleashes expression.
Loosening the leash: The unique emotional canvas of human screams.
The co-evolution of cooperation and communication: Alternative accounts.
What semantic dementia tells us about the ability to infer others' communicative intentions.
Structuring unleashed expression: Developmental foundations of human communication.
Ostensive communication, market exchange, mindshaping, and elephants.
Illustrating continuity between linguistic and non-linguistic human communication and expression.
Expression unleashed in artificial intelligence.
The scaffolded evolution of human communication.
The central problem is still evolutionary stability.
On the murky dissociation between expression and communication.
Being ostensive (reply to commentaries on "Expression unleashed").
The Dorian Gray Refutation.
Trait attribution explains human-robot interactions.
Fictional emotions and emotional reactions to social robots as depictions of social agents.
When Pinocchio becomes a real boy: Capability and felicity in AI and interactive depictions.
Autonomous social robots are real in the mind's eye of many.
Cues trigger depiction schemas for robots, as they do for human identities.
People treat social robots as real social agents.
Taking a strong interactional stance.
Unpredictable robots elicit responsibility attributions.
The second-order problem of other minds.
Interacting with characters redux.
How deep is AI's love? Understanding relational AI.
Children's interactions with virtual assistants: Moving beyond depictions of social agents.
Of children and social robots.
Social robots as social learning partners: Exploring children's early understanding and learning from social robots.
"Who's there?": Depicting identity in interaction.
A neurocognitive view on the depiction of social robots.
The now and future of social robots as depictions.
Dancing robots: Social interactions are performed, not depicted.
Anthropomorphism, not depiction, explains interaction with social robots.
A more ecological perspective on human-robot interactions.
Virtual and real: Symbolic and natural experiences with social robots.
Meta-cognition about social robots could be difficult, making self-reports about some cognitive processes less useful.
Depiction as possible phase in the dynamics of sociomorphing.
How cultural framing can bias our beliefs about robots and artificial intelligence.
Social robots and the intentional stance.
Binding paradox in artificial social realities.
On the potentials of interaction breakdowns for HRI.
How puzzling is the social artifact puzzle?
On depicting social agents.
Fearful apes or emotional cooperative breeders?