Mohan V, Morasso P, Sandini G, Kasderidis S (2013) Inference through embodied simulation in cognitive robots. Cognitive Computation (in press).
Mohan V, Morasso P, Sandini G (2013) . A neural framework for organization and flexible utilization fo episodic memory in cumulatively learnign baby humanoids. Neural Computation, MIT Press (in press). Preliminary draft.
Mohan V and Morasso P (2011) Passive motion paradigm: an alternative to optimal control. Frontiers in Neurorobotics. 5:4. doi: 10.3389/fnbot.2011.00004.
Mohan V, Morasso P, Zenzeri J, Metta G, Chakravarthy VS, Sandini G (2011) Teaching a humanoid robot to draw 'Shapes'. Autonomous Robots, 31(1), 21-53.
Mohan V, Morasso P (2011) Can Passive Motion be used for Active Inference? Revisiting the Chicken or Egg dilemma. Comment to the article “What is optimal about Motor Control?” by Karl Friston, Neuron,Vol. 72, Issue 3, 488-498, 3 November 2011.
Mohan V and Morasso P (2012) How past experience, imitation and practice can be combined to swiftly learn to use new tools: Insights from skill learnign experiments with baby humanoids, Living Machines 2012, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Springer Verlag.
Mohan V, Sandini G (2013). On the interplay between learning, memory, prospection and abstraction in cumulativley learning baby humanoids, Invited article for IJCNN 2013.
Mohan V, Morasso P, Metta G, Kasderidis S (2011) The distribution of rewards in growing sensory-motor maps acquired by cognitive robots through exploration. Neurocomputing, doi:10.1016/j.neucom.2011.06.009.
Morasso P, Casadio M, Mohan V, Zenzeri J (2010) A neural mechanism of synergy formation for whole body reaching. Biological Cybernetics 102:45-55.
Mohan V, Morasso P, Metta G, Sandini G (2009) A biomimetic, force-field based computational model for motion planning and bimanual coordination in humanoid robots. Autonomous Robots, 27:291-307.
Mohan V, Morasso P (2007) Towards reasoning and coordinating action in the mental space. International Journal of Neural Systems, 17, 4,1-13.
PhD thesis (2009) Cognitive Robots: From affordance to action & back : under the guidance of Prof Pietro Morasso, Prof Giorgio Metta and Prof Vittorio Sanguineti