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Complex Communication Dynamics: Exploring the Structure of an Academic Talk

Camila Alviar, Rick Dale, Alexia Galati
2019 Cognitive Science  
Communication is a multimodal phenomenon. The cognitive mechanisms supporting it are still understudied.  ...  There were consistent but statistically subtle patterns in the use of speech rate, articulation rate, intensity, and body motion across the presentation.  ...  We faced two general issues in using the Flow Analyzer technique with these videos. First, occasionally, the speaker would step in front of his or her slides.  ... 
doi:10.1111/cogs.12718 pmid:30900289 fatcat:z4uxqaaq4nek3jlesrterbdj5a

TALKING PARTS, TALKING BACK: FLESHING OUT LINGUISTIC CITIZENSHIP

Christopher Stroud, Quentin Williams, Ndimphiwe Bontiya, Janine Harry, Koki Kapa, Jaclisse Mayoma, Sibonile Mpendukana, Amiena Peck, Jason Richardson, Shanleigh Roux
2020 Trabalhos em Lingüística Aplicada  
They retain their shape today through technologies of vulnerability, with which the manufactured lack of voice works in dynamic synergy.  ...  In this paper, we suggest that vulnerability, beyond its potentially devastating effect on souls and livelihoods, may also be a productive site for the articulation of alternative, and habitually silenced  ...  We conclude with a discussion laying out some of the more general implications for the political-discursive pursuit of alternative voices.  ... 
doi:10.1590/010318138877711120201211 fatcat:zw5l7vkbxjg7ngkggtsscst25e

sj-pdf-1-ecl-10.1177_1468798421995527 - Supplemental material for Designing on the page: Composing picturebooks in a Kevin Henkes author study

Ted Kesler, Karen Darrell, Yvonne Moss, Jessica Pasternak, Angela Valco
2021 Figshare  
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-ecl-10.1177_1468798421995527 for Designing on the page: Composing picturebooks in a Kevin Henkes author study by Ted Kesler, Karen Darrell, Yvonne Moss, Jessica Pasternak  ...  Academic settings such as schools privilege temporal coherence of traditional (i.e., European) story structure "that matches some sequence of events in the real world" (McCabe, 1997: 456) .  ...  a balance of boys and girls, to meet with Ted for retrospective accounts of their final product, and discussion of what they learned in this study.  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.14113852.v1 fatcat:oevdw4pnazdonhwzbpdgfqq4v4

Achieving Productive Multivocality in the Analysis of Group Interactions [chapter]

Daniel D. Suthers, Kristine Lund, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Chris Teplovs
2013 Productive Multivocality in the Analysis of Group Interactions  
The chapter concludes with a list of strategies for productive multivocality.  ...  It is primarily a report on what we learned from the productive multivocality project: how to bring different traditions into dialogue with each other in a manner that is beneficial to the participating  ...  Your commitment to understanding each other bodes well for the future of the study of learning in interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-8960-3_31 fatcat:bqb47iq4wvdsjkr7japkt6d2c4

Book of Abstracts, International Conference "Approaches to Multimodal Digital Environments: from theories to practices" [article]

Elisabetta Adami, Cristina Arizzi, Styliani Karatza, Ivana Marenzi, Ilaria Moschini, Sandra Petroni, Marc Rocca, Maria Grazia Sindoni
2019 Zenodo  
Multimodal digital communication is the main theme of this conference meant to attract multidisciplinary research on a wide range of issues from teaching and learning to analysing multimodal digital data  ...  Rather, apprehension requires schematic structures that are operational for the learner. This reinforces the call for multimodal learning designs .  ...  We illustrate our argument by discussing possibilities and obstacles for pedagogies with digital photography, as ubiquitous iconic, in digital learning environments (Moodle).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3245856 fatcat:adznskg37bgajfjezb7iegtzym

The Self-Organization of Human Interaction [chapter]

Rick Dale, Riccardo Fusaroli, Nicholas D. Duran, Daniel C. Richardson
2013 The psychology of learning and motivation  
-Humanities (FKK) project "Joint Diagrammatical Reasoning in Language", and the EUROCORES grant EuroUnderstanding "Digging for the Roots of Understanding".  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research was supported in part by NSF grants BCS-0826825 and a Minority Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (to the third author), and in part by the Danish Council for Independent Research  ...  face-to-face human interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-407187-2.00002-2 fatcat:dzychtrskvgblip4w4c3gd4zcy

Embodied Language Learning and Cognitive Bootstrapping: Methods and Design Principles

Caroline Lyon, Chrystopher L. Nehaniv, Joe Saunders, Tony Belpaeme, Ambra Bisio, Kerstin Fischer, Frank Förster, Hagen Lehmann, Giorgio Metta, Vishwanathan Mohan, Anthony Morse, Stefano Nolfi (+8 others)
2016 International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems  
Extensive experiments involving the humanoid robot iCub are reported, while human learning relevant to developmental robotics has also contributed useful results.  ...  Though these different approaches need to ultimately be integrated into a coherent, unified body of knowledge, progress is currently also being made by pursuing individual methods.  ...  Some work has been done in this area, for example, [87] deals with the learning of elastic and temporal parameters and [88] deals with the issue of learning geometric parameters.  ... 
doi:10.5772/63462 fatcat:2mo4qhjih5adnhqgyxeeue2k4y

Languaging Behaviour as Catalytic Process: Steps Towards a Theory of Living Language (PART I)

Paul J. Thibault
1970 The public journal of semiotics  
temporally and interpersonally coherent and intentionally modulated mimetic displays that elicit 'narrative' interpretation (see Thibault 2011 for further analysis and discussion).  ...  We learn to talk about talk in ways that shape and (self-)regulate talk around norms that the socio-cultural milieu requires us, either informally (e.g. a sense of solidarity or belonging to a group and  ... 
doi:10.37693/pjos.2011.3.8833 fatcat:fknp6qtxpvbndfzrr7oxhnui3u

MCA-NMF: Multimodal Concept Acquisition with Non-Negative Matrix Factorization

Olivier Mangin, David Filliat, Louis ten Bosch, Pierre-Yves Oudeyer, Eleni Vasilaki
2015 PLoS ONE  
For these reasons we propose to study the learning of multimodal concepts that span several modalities, including linguistic and non-linguistic channels.  ...  concepts that are related because they interact Multimodal Concept Acquisition with Non-Negative Matrix Factorization PLOS ONE |  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank members of the former ACORNS European project for providing access to the Caregiver databases. Author Contributions  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0140732 pmid:26489021 pmcid:PMC4619362 fatcat:54pxq2fz75gi5oj7djkmumwelu

Audio Surveillance: a Systematic Review [article]

Marco Crocco, Marco Cristani, Andrea Trucco, Vittorio Murino
2014 arXiv   pre-print
For each of these tasks, all the significant works are reviewed, detailing their pros and cons and the context for which they have been proposed.  ...  To tackle this issue, audio sensory devices have been taken into account, both alone or in combination with video, giving birth, in the last decade, to a considerable amount of research.  ...  For a general signal is correlated with spectral centroid and ZCR. Included in MPEG-7 corpus.  ... 
arXiv:1409.7787v1 fatcat:75lzk33wnnho5h3pbqr7nqaxxy

Crowding is similar for eye movements and manual responses

F. Yildirim, F. W. Cornelissen
2014 Journal of Vision  
perceptual learning trained with reward are not essential to perceptual learning in general Dongho Kim, Yuka Sasaki, Takeo Watanabe 32.23, 11:15 am Object Representations in Human Visual Cortex are Flexible  ...  Alyssa Hess, Mark Neider 53.311 Impetuous search execution is postponed for the purpose of an efficient conjunction search with a coherent target template Junha Chang, Joo-Seok Hyun 53.312 Taming the White  ... 
doi:10.1167/14.10.789 fatcat:uxwzbzfhbjc3ddyfhbs2ilr4qe

Humor as interactional affordances: an ecological perspective on humor in social interaction

Thomas Wiben Jensen
2018 Psychology of Language and Communication  
Finally, humor is investigated as a temporal phenomenon integrating immediate 'here-and-now' environmental features with socio-cultural expectations on a longer time-scale.  ...  As children, we learn to laugh at certain things, for instance someone making 'a funny face', only when the muscular movements of the face get connected to previous experiences of faces labelled as funny  ...  This basic temporality is vital for our ability to experience anything as humorous or funny.  ... 
doi:10.2478/plc-2018-0010 fatcat:rwin26q3craoxievqd6oxc3wby

Discovering social interactions in real work environments

Chih-Wei Chen, Rodrigo Cilla Ugarte, Chen Wu, Hamid Aghajan
2011 Face and Gesture 2011  
The goal of this work is to detect pairwise primitive interactions in groups for social interaction analysis in real environments.  ...  Our system is designed to work with realistic data capturing natural human interactions.  ...  We would like to thank Amir Hossein Khalili and Parinaz Sayyah for useful discussions and helping with the collection of the data.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fg.2011.5771376 dblp:conf/fgr/ChenUWA11 fatcat:pgsklrq6affvffribqjrad5ixa

Artificial General Intelligence: Concept, State of the Art, and Future Prospects

Ben Goertzel
2014 Journal of Artificial General Intelligence  
Metrics for general intelligence are evaluated, with a conclusion that, although metrics for assessing the achievement of human-level AGI may be relatively straightforward (e.g. the Turing Test, or a robot  ...  The spectrum of designs for AGI systems includes systems with symbolic, emergentist, hybrid and universalist characteristics.  ...  Multimodal Perception Figure 5 models perception, according to the concept of deep learning Figure 7 : 7 Architecture for Language Processing .  ... 
doi:10.2478/jagi-2014-0001 fatcat:uvoh2qpxo5e3fdyf772fadn2yu

Brain mechanisms of acoustic communication in humans and nonhuman primates: An evolutionary perspective

Hermann Ackermann, Steffen R. Hage, Wolfram Ziegler
2014 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Clinical data suggest that the basal ganglia provide a platform for the integration of primate-general mechanisms of acoustic communication with the faculty of articulate speech in humans.  ...  accounted for by gestural-origin theories.  ...  This multimodal communicative system not only shares some features of social cognition and social learning with human language, but also seems to be ultimately related to brain specialization for language  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x13003099 pmid:24827156 fatcat:muk7auvkjbbkdldxuglim24rk4
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