Perception of co-speech gestures in aphasic patients: a visual exploration study during the observation of dyadic conversations.

@article{Preisig2015PerceptionOC,
  title={Perception of co-speech gestures in aphasic patients: a visual exploration study during the observation of dyadic conversations.},
  author={Basil C. Preisig and No{\"e}mi Eggenberger and Giuseppe A. Zito and Tim Vanbellingen and Rahel Schumacher and Simone Hopfner and Thomas Nyffeler and Klemens Gutbrod and Jean-Marie Annoni and Stephan Bohlhalter and Ren{\'e} Martin M{\"u}ri},
  journal={Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior},
  year={2015},
  volume={64},
  pages={157-68}
}
BACKGROUND Co-speech gestures are part of nonverbal communication during conversations. They either support the verbal message or provide the interlocutor with additional information. Furthermore, they prompt as nonverbal cues the cooperative process of turn taking. In the present study, we investigated the influence of co-speech gestures on the perception of dyadic dialogue in aphasic patients. In particular, we analysed the impact of co-speech gestures on gaze direction (towards speaker or… CONTINUE READING
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