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Memory is one of our fundamental mental functions, which allows us to revive the past in our minds. When memory is mentioned, we usually want to refer to a particular kind of memory, which is autobiographical memory. Access to these memories can be altered by various affective disorders, especially depression. Regarding these techniques, this study aims to focus on storytelling to contribute to the resilience of children using a social robot approach, as they do not perceive the robot as a figure of superiority, but as a peer. The article follows a literature review method. This paper presents a preliminary scenario for child-robot interaction in three phases, using interactive storytelling as a way to review the children's past experiences. To help those people, particularly children who have faced trauma, to remember the past in a structured and positive way, life review techniques have been developed.
Keywords: Autobiographical; memory; robotics; storytelling.
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