Advances in Interaction Studies
Advances in Interaction Studies (AIS) provides a forum for researchers to present excellent scholarly work in a variety of disciplines relevant to the advancement of knowledge in the field of interaction studies. The book series accompanies the journal Interaction Studies: Social Behaviour and Communication in Biological and Artificial Systems.
The book series allows the presentation of research in the forms of monographs (that may be based on PhD thesis material) or edited collections of peer-reviewed material (that may be based on conferences relevant to the field), in English.
The series welcomes contributions that analyze social behaviour in humans and other animals, including the evolution of interaction and communication, as well as research into the design and synthesis of robotic, software, virtual and other artificial systems, including applications such as exploiting human-machine interactions for educational or therapeutic purposes. Fields of interest include but are not limited to: evolutionary biology, artificial intelligence, artificial life, robotics, human-robot interaction, human-computer interaction, psychology, cognitive neuroscience, computational neuroscience, cognitive modeling, ethology, social and biological anthropology, palaeontology, animal behaviour, and linguistics.
Benjamins Subject classification
Edited by Ipke Wachsmuth, Jan de Ruiter, Petra Jaecks and Stefan Kopp
2013. viii, 231 pp.
2013. x, 248 pp.
Gisela Håkansson and Jennie Westander
2013. xi, 242 pp.
Edited by Luc Steels
2012. xii, 306 pp.
Edited by Kerstin Dautenhahn and Joe Saunders
2011. vi, 332 pp.
Primate Communication and Human Language: Vocalisation, gestures, imitation and deixis in humans and non-humans
Edited by Anne Vilain, Jean-Luc Schwartz, Christian Abry and Jacques Vauclair
2011. vi, 239 pp.