An oscillator model of the timing of turn-taking.

@article{Wilson2005AnOM,
  title={An oscillator model of the timing of turn-taking.},
  author={Margaret Wilson and Thomas Wilson},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={2005},
  volume={12 6},
  pages={957-68}
}
When humans talk without conventionalized arrangements, they engage in conversation--that is, a continuous and largely nonsimultaneous exchange in which speakers take turns. Turn-taking is ubiquitous in conversation and is the normal case against which alternatives, such as interruptions, are treated as violations that warrant repair. Furthermore, turn-taking involves highly coordinated timing, including a cyclic rise and fall in the probability of initiating speech during brief silences, and… CONTINUE READING
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