Ten unanswered questions in multimodal communication

@inproceedings{Partan2013TenUQ,
  title={Ten unanswered questions in multimodal communication},
  author={Sarah R. Partan},
  booktitle={Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology},
  year={2013}
}
The study of multimodal communication has become an active and vibrant field. This special issue of Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology brings together new developments in this rapidly expanding area. In this final contribution to the special issue, I look to the future and discuss ten questions in need of further work, touching on issues ranging from theoretical modeling and the evolution of behavior to molecular mechanisms and the development of behavior. In particular, I emphasize that the… CONTINUE READING
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