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List of all publications whose research was partially or wholly funded by the IM-CLeVeR project, ordered by year and then by author.

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 323 references in this bibliography folder.

Fiore, V, Sperati, V, Mannella, F, Mirolli, M, Gurney, K, Firston, K, Dolan, R, and Baldassarre, G (2014).
Keep focussing: striatal dopamine multiple functions resolved in a single mechanism tested in a simulated humanoid robot
Frontiers in Psychology - Cognitive Science, 5(124).

Polizzi di Sorrentino, E, Sabbatini, G, Truppa, V, Bordonali, A, Taffoni, F, Formica, D, Baldassarre, G, Mirolli, M, Guglielmelli, E, and Visalberghi, E (2014).
Exploration and learning in capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.): the role of actionoutcome contingencies
Animal Cognition, Published on line 18 March 2014:e1-8.

Santucci, V, Baldassarre, G, and Mirolli, M (2014).
Cumulative learning through intrinsic reinforcements
In: Artificial Life, Evolution and Complexity, ed. by Cagnoni S., Mirolli M., Villani M., pp. 107-122, Springer , Berlin.

Shah, A and Gurney, KN (2014).
Emergent structured transition from variation to repetition in a biologically-plausible model of learning in basal ganglia
Frontiers in Psychology (Cognitive Science), 5:91.

Shah, A and Gurney, KN (2014).
Finding minimal action sequences with a simple evaluation of actions
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 8:151.

Shaw, P, Law, J, and Lee, M (2014).
A comparison of learning strategies for biologically constrained development of gaze control on an iCub robot
Autonomous Robots, 37:97-110.

Taffoni, F, Tamilia, E, Focaroli, V, Formica, D, Ricci, L, Di Pino, G, Baldassarre, G, Mirolli, M, Guglielmelli, E, and Keller, F (2014).
Development of goal-directed action selection guided by intrinsic motivations: an experiment with children
Experimental Brain Research, on line 2 April 2014:e1-13.

Baldassarre, G (2013).
What are intrinsic motivations? A biological and computational perspective
In: Dagstuhl Report from Seminar 13072: Mechanisms of Ongoing Development in Cognitive Robotics, ed. by Fagard, J.; Grupen, R. A.; Guerin, F. & Krüger, N., vol. 3(2), pp. 60-61.

Baldassarre, G and Mirolli, M (2013).
Computational and robotic models of the hierarchical organization of behavior: an overview
In: Computational and Robotic Models of the Hierarchical Organisation of Behaviour, ed. by Baldassarre Gianluca and Mirolli Marco, Springer Verlag, Berlin.

Baldassarre, G and Mirolli, M (2013).
Decidiing which skill to learn when: Temporal-Difference Competence-Based Intrinsic Motivation (TD-CB-IM)
In: Intrinsically Motivated Learning in Natural and Artificial Systems, ed. by Baldassarre Gianluca and Mirolli Marco, pp. 257-278, Springer Verlag, Berlin.

Baldassarre, G and Mirolli, M (2013).
Intrinsically Motivated Learning Systems: An Overview
In: Intrinsically Motivated Learning in Natural and Artificial Systems, ed. by Baldassarre Gianluca and Mirolli Marco, pp. 1-14, Springer Verlag, Berlin.

Baldassarre, G and Mirolli, M (2013).
Intrinsically Motivated Learning in Natural and Artificial Systems
Springer Verlag, Berlin.

Baldassarre, G and Mirolli, M (2013).
Deciding which skill to learn when: Temporal-Difference Competence-Based Intrinsic Motivation (TD-CB-IM)
In: Intrinsically Motivated Learning in Natural and Artificial Systems, ed. by Baldassarre, G., Mirolli, M., pp. 257-278, Springer, Berlin.

Baldassarre, G and Mirolli, M (2013).
Computational and Robotic Models of the Hierarchical Organisation of Behaviour
Springer Verlag, Berlin.

Baldassarre, G, Caligiore, D, and Mannella, F (2013).
The hierarchical organisation of cortical and basal-ganglia systems: a computationally-informed review and integrated hypothesis
In: Computational and Robotic Models of the Hierarchical Organisation of Behaviour, ed. by Baldassarre Gianluca and Mirolli, Marco, Springer Verlag, Berlin.

Baldassarre, G, Mannella, F, Fiore, V, Redgrave, P, Gurney, K, and Mirolli, M (2013).
Intrinsically motivated action-outcome learning and goal-based action recall: A system-level bio-constrained computational model
Neural Networks, 41:168-187.

Barto, A, Mirolli, M, and Baldassarre, G (2013).
Novelty or suprise?
Frontiers in Psychology, 4(907):1-15.

Bednark, JG, Reynolds, JN, Stafford, T, Redgrave, P, and Franz, EA (2013).
Creating a movement heuristic for voluntary action: Electrophysiological correlates of movement-outcome learning
Cortex, 49:771--780.

Bolado-Gomez, R and Gurney, K (2013).
A biologically plausible embodied model of action discovery
Frontiers in Neurorobotics, 7:4.

Borghi, A, Scorolli, C, Caligiore, D, Baldassarre, G, and Tummolini, L (2013).
The embodied mind extended: using words as social tools
Frontiers in Cognition.

Caligiore, D and Fisher, M (2013).
Vision, action and language unified through embodiment
Psychological Research, 77(1):1-6.

Caligiore, D, Borghi, A, Parisi, D, Ellis, R, Cangelosi, A, and Baldassarre, G (2013).
How affordances associated with a distractor object affect compatibility effects: A study with the computational model TRoPICALS
Psychological Research, 77(1):7-19.

Caligiore, D, Mannella F, Pezzulo, G, Miall, C, and Baldassarre, G (2013).
Subcortical involvement in action understanding
In: ESF-FENS The Brain Conferences ''The Neurobiology of Action'' -- A Conference of the European Science Foundation in partnership with the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies, ed. by Grillner, Sten and Graybiel, Ann.

Caligiore, D, Pezzulo G, Miall, C, and Baldassarre, G (2013).
The contribution of brain sub-cortical loops in the expression and acquisition of action understanding abilities
Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 37(10):2504-2515.

Cartoni, E, Mannella, F, Puglisi-Allegra, S, and Baldassarre, G (2013).
A Bayesian model for a Pavlovian-instrumental transfer hypothesis
In: The First Multidisciplinary Conference on Reinforcement Learning and Decision Making (RLDM2013), ed. by Dayan Peter, Niv Yael, Phelps Liz, Roy Nick, Singh Satinder and Sutton Rich, pp. e1-5, Princeton, NJ, University of Princeton.