Gender recognition depends on type of movement and motor skill. Analyzing and perceiving biological motion in musical and nonmusical tasks.

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Gender recognition in point-light displays was investigated with regard to body morphology cues and motion cues of human motion performed with different levels of technical skill. Gestures of male and female orchestral conductors were recorded with a motion capture system while they conducted excerpts from a Mendelssohn string symphony to musicians. Point… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.actpsy.2013.02.012

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@article{Wllner2013GenderRD, title={Gender recognition depends on type of movement and motor skill. Analyzing and perceiving biological motion in musical and nonmusical tasks.}, author={Clemens W{\"o}llner and Frederik J. A. Deconinck}, journal={Acta psychologica}, year={2013}, volume={143 1}, pages={79-87} }