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Beat gestures-spontaneously produced biphasic movements of the hand-are among the most frequently encountered co-speech gestures in human communication. They are closely temporally aligned to the prosodic characteristics of the speech signal, typically occurring on lexically stressed syllables. Despite their prevalence across speakers of the world's languages, how beat gestures impact spoken word recognition is unclear. Can these simple 'flicks of the hand' influence speech perception? Across adoi:10.1098/rspb.2020.2419 pmid:33499783 pmcid:PMC7893284 fatcat:5liv47vxc5d3xbzk4mn3gb67zu