Papers in Refereed Journals
Breazeal, C., DePalma, N., Orkin, J., Chernova, S., & Jung, M. (2013).
Crowdsourcing Human-Robot Interaction: New Methods and System Evaluation in a Public Environment. Journal of Human-Robot Interaction, 2(1), 82-111.

D. Desteno, C. Breazeal, R. H. Frank, D. Pizarro, J. Baumann, L. Dickens, and J. J. Lee (2012).
Detecting the Trustworthiness of Novel Partners in Economic Exchange. Psychological Science, vol. 23, no. 12, pp. 1549– 1556.

C. Breazeal (2009). The Role of Expression in Robots that Learn from People. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 12 December 2009 vol. 364 no. 1535 3527-3538.

Jun Ki Lee, Walter Dan Stiehl, Robert Lopez Toscano, Cynthia Breazeal: Semi-Autonomous Robot Avatar as a Medium for Family Communication and Education. Advanced Robotics 23(14): 1925-1949 (2009)

Julie Shah & Cynthia Breazeal (2010). “An Empirical Analysis of Team Coordination Behaviors and Action Planning With Application to Human-Robot Teaming.” Human Factors vol 52, no. 2. 234-245.

Guy Hoffman, Cynthia Breazeal: Effects of anticipatory perceptual simulation on practiced human-robot tasks. Auton. Robots 28(4): 403-423 (2010)

Ryan Wistort (2010). Only Robots on the Inside. Interactions Volume 17 Issue 2.

C. Breazeal and A. Thomaz (2008) Experiments in socially guided exploration: Lessons learned in building robots that learn with and without human teachers. Connection Science, 20(2-3), 91-100.

C. Breazeal, J. Gray and M. Berlin (2009). An embodied cognition approach to mindreading skills for socially intelligent robots. International Journal of Robotics Research. To appear.

A.L. Thomaz & C. Breazeal (2008). “Teachable robots: Understanding human teaching behavior to build more effective robot learners.”
Artificial Intelligence (AIJ) vol 172(6-7), 716-737.

G. Hoffman & C. Breazeal (2007) “
Cost-Based Anticipatory Action Selection for Human-Robot Fluency”. IEEE Transactions in Robotics (T-RO), 952-961.

J. Lieberman & C. Breazeal (2007) “TIKL: Development of a Wearable Vibrotactile Feedback Suit for Improved Human Motor Learning”. IEEE Transactions in Robotics (T-RO), 919-926.

L. Barsalou, C. Breazeal & L. Smith (2007) “Cognition as Coordinated non-cognition.” Cognitive Processing, 8(2), 79-91.

L. Smith and C. Breazeal (2007) “The Dynamic Life of Developmental Process.” Developmental Science, (1), 61-68.

C. Breazeal (2007). “Sociable Robots.” Journal of the Robotics Society of Japan, 24(5), 591-593.

S. Coradeschi, H. Ishiguro, M. Asada, S. Shapiro, M. Theilscher, C. Breazeal, M. Mataric & H. Ishida (2006) Human-Inspired Robots. IEEE Intelligent Systems 21(4), 74-85.

C. Breazeal, M. Berlin, A. Brooks, J. Gray, and A. L. Thomaz (2006). “Using Perspective Taking to Learn from Ambiguous Demonstrations.” Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS) Special Issue on The Social Mechanisms of Robot Programming by Demonstration, 54(5), 385-393.

Breazeal, C. (2005). Socially intelligent robots. Interactions 12(2), 19-22.

C. Breazeal D. Buchsbaum, J. Gray, D. Gatenby, B. Blumberg (2005). “Learning from and About Others: Towards Using Imitation to Bootstrap the Social Understanding of Others by Robots,” L. Rocha and F. Almedia e Costa (eds.), Artificial Life, 11(1-2), 1-32.

Picard, R. W., Papert, S., Bender, W., Blumberg, B., Breazeal, C., Cavallo, D., Machover, T., Resnick, M., Roy, D., and Strohecker, C. (2004). Affective Learning ― A Manifesto. BT Technology Journal 22, 4 (Oct. 2004), 253-269.

Brooks, J. Gray, G. Hoffman, A. Lockerd, H. Lee and C. Breazeal (2004). “Robot’s Play: Interactive Games with Sociable Machines,” ACM Computers in Entertainment, 2(3), 1-18.

C. Breazeal, A. Brooks, J. Gray, G. Hoffman, C. Kidd, H. Lee, J. Lieberman, A. Lockerd, and D. Chilongo (2004). “Tutelage and Collaboration for Humanoid Robots,” International Journal of Humanoid Robots,1(2), 315―348.

C. Breazeal (2003), “Social Interactions in HRI: The Robot View,” IEEE Transactions in Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part C, 34(2), 181-186.

C. Breazeal (2003), “Function Meets Style: Insights from Emotion Theory Applied to HRI,” IEEE Transactions in Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part C, 34(2), 187-194.

C. Breazeal (2003), “Regulation and entrainment for human-robot interaction,” International Journal of Experimental Robotics, 21(10-11), pp. 883-902.

C. Breazeal (2003), “Emotion and sociable humanoid robots,” E. Hudlika (ed), International Journal of Human Computer Interaction, 59, pp. 119-155.

C. Breazeal (2003), “Towards sociable robots,” T. Fong (ed), Robotics and Autonomous Systems,vol. 42(3-4), pp. 167-175.

C. Breazeal, A. Brooks, J. Gray, M. Hancher, J. McBean, W.D. Stiehl, and J. Strickon (2003), “Interactive Robot Theatre,” Communications of the ACM, 46(7), pp. 76-85.

C. Breazeal (2003), “Emotive qualities in lip synchronized robot speech,” Advanced Robotics, vol.17 (2), pp. 97-113.

C. Breazeal(2002). "
Regulation and entrainment for human-robot interaction," D. Rus and S. Singh (eds.), International Journal of Experimental Robotics, 21(10-11), pp. 883-902.

C. Breazeal and L. Aryananda (2002). "
Recognizing affective intent in robot directed speech", Autonomous Robots, 12:1, pp. 83-104.

C. Breazeal and B. Scassellati (2002). "
Robots that imitate humans," Trends in Cognitive Science, 6, pp. 481-487.

C. Breazeal, A. Edsinger, P. Fitzpatrick, and B. Scassellati (2001). "
Active vision systems for sociable robots," in K. Dautenhahn (ed.), IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part A, 31:5, pp. 443-453.

C. Breazeal and B. Scassellati (2000), “
Infant-like social interactions between a robot and a human caregiver,” in K. Dautenhahn (ed), Adaptive Behavior, 8:1, 47—72.

C. Breazeal, A. Edsinger, P. Fitzpatrick, B. Scassellati (2000), “
Social Constraints on Animate Vision,” in IEEE Intelligent Systems, Special Issue on Humanoid Robotics, 15:4, 32—37.