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Language Structure Is Partly Determined by Social Structure
Background Languages differ greatly both in their syntactic and morphological systems and in the social environments in which they exist. We challenge the view that language grammars are unrelated toExpand
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Looking To Understand: The Coupling Between Speakers' and Listeners' Eye Movements and Its Relationship to Discourse Comprehension
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We investigated the coupling between a speaker's and a listener's eye movements. Expand
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Assessing bimodality to detect the presence of a dual cognitive process
Researchers have long sought to distinguish between single-process and dual-process cognitive phenomena, using responses such as reaction times and, more recently, hand movements. Analysis of aExpand
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Behavior Matching in Multimodal Communication Is Synchronized
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This study examined the temporal structure of nonoscillatory actions-language, facial, and gestural behaviors-produced during a route communication task. Expand
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Cross-recurrence quantification analysis of categorical and continuous time series: an R package
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This paper describes the R package crqa to perform cross-recurrence quantification analysis of two time series of either categorical or continuous nature. Expand
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Frame-differencing methods for measuring bodily synchrony in conversation
  • A. Paxton, R. Dale
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Behavior research methods
  • 1 June 2013
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The study of interpersonal synchrony examines how interacting individuals grow to have similar behavior, cognition, and emotion in time. Expand
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Good things peak in pairs: a note on the bimodality coefficient
Frequency data of four hypothetical distributions of 100 values each, with corresponding estimates of skewness (m3), kurtosis (m4), and the BC.
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An Exploration of Social Modulation of Syntactic Priming
An Exploration of Social Modulation of Syntactic Priming Emily E. Balcetis (eeb29@cornell.edu) Rick Dale (rad28@cornell.edu) Department of Psychology, Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14850 USA AbstractExpand
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The Cognitive Dynamics of Negated Sentence Verification
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We explored the influence of negation on cognitive dynamics, measured using mouse-movement trajectories, to test the classic notion that negation acts as an operator on linguistic processing. Expand
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Prediction during statistical learning, and implications for the implicit/explicit divide
Accounts of statistical learning, both implicit and explicit, often invoke predictive processes as central to learning, yet practically all experiments employ non-predictive measures during training.Expand
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