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Graded motor responses in the time course of categorizing atypical exemplars
The time course of categorization was investigated in four experiments, which revealed graded competitive effects in a categorization task. Participants clicked one of two categories (e.g.,mammalExpand
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The Art of Conversation Is Coordination
When two people discuss something they can see in front of them, what is the relationship between their eye movements? We recorded the gaze of pairs of subjects engaged in live, spontaneous dialogue.Expand
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Unraveling the Dyad: Using Recurrence Analysis to Explore Patterns of Syntactic Coordination Between Children and Caregivers in Conversation
Recurrence analysis is introduced as a means to investigate syntactic coordination between child and caregiver. Three CHILDES (MacWhinney, 2000) corpora are analyzed and demonstrate coordinationExpand
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Hand in Motion Reveals Mind in Motion
Recently, researchers have measured hand movements en route to choices on a screen to understand the dynamics of a broad range of psychological processes. We review this growing body of research andExpand
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Action Dynamics Reveal Parallel Competition in Decision Making
When deciding between two alternatives, such as whether toorder the pasta or the chicken, or whether to pursue a career inacademia or industry, a person may feel torn—as if the optionsliterally pullExpand
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Naturalizing joint action: A process-based approach
Numerous philosophical theories of joint agency and its intentional structure have been developed in the past few decades. These theories have offered accounts of joint agency that appeal toExpand
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Continuous Dynamics in Real-Time Cognition
Real-time cognition is best described not as a sequence of logical operations performed on discrete symbols but as a continuously changing pattern of neuronal activity. The continuity in theseExpand
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On the Continuity of Mind: Toward a Dynamical Account of Cognition
Abstract It should be obvious by now that this minute inflow of stimulus energy does not consist of discrete inputs—that stimulation does not consist of stimuli. The flow is continuous. There are, ofExpand
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Categorical Recurrence Analysis of Child Language
Categorical Recurrence Analysis of Child Language Rick Dale (rad28@cornell.edu) Michael J. Spivey (spivey@cornell.edu) Department of Psychology, Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14850 USA AbstractExpand
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