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Learning in psychologically plausible conditions: The Case of an Imaginary Pet Robot

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We propose the construction of a pet robot as a test-problem for the psychological plausibility of learning in artificial systems. We analyze the conditions under which animals access the world and adapt their beliavior. We finally propose elements of solution for a control architecture for such a machine.