Author R. Lowe
Robert Lowe is an Assistant Professor in Cognitive Science and Cognitive Robotics at the University of Skövde where he works at the Interaction Lab. His principle areas of interest concern cognitive-affective architecture for robots, reinforcement learning models of emotion and evolutionary robotics approaches to the study of adaptive behaviour.

Publications Found: 8 · Show All Abstracts

Lowe R. (2013) Designing for Emergent Ultrastable Behaviour in Complex Artificial Systems – The Quest for Minimizing Heteronomous Constraints. Constructivist Foundations 9(1): 105–107. Fulltext at
Lowe R. (2016) The Role of Allostasis in Sense-Making: A Better Fit for Interactivity than Cybernetic-Enactivism? Constructivist Foundations 11(2): 251–254. Fulltext at
Lowe R. (2018) How Inherently Non-Autonomous Are Robots? Constructivist Foundations 13(3): 379–381. Fulltext at
Lowe R. (2020) Maximization of Future Internal States? Constructivist Foundations 16(1): 060–062. Fulltext at
Lowe R. & Ziemke T. (2011) The feeling of action tendencies: On the emotional regulation of goal-directed behavior. Frontiers in Psychology 2(346). Fulltext at
Lowe R., Montebelli A., Ieropoulos I., Greenman J., Melhuish C. & Ziemke T. (2010) Grounding motivation in energy autonomy: A study of artificial metabolism constrained robot dynamics. In: Fellermann H., Dörr M., Hanczyc M., Laursen L., Maurer S., Merkle D., Monnard P.-A., Sty K. & & Rasmussen S. (eds.) Artificial life XII. MIT Press, Cambridge MA: 725–732. Fulltext at
Vernon D., Lowe R., Thill S. & Zieme T. (2015) Embodied cognition and circular causality: On the role of constitutive autonomy in the reciprocal coupling of perception and action. Frontiers in Psychology 6: 1660. Fulltext at
Ziemke T. & Lowe R. (2009) On the role of emotion in embodied cognitive architectures: From organisms to robots. Cognitive Computation 1(1): 104–117. Fulltext at
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