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Human interaction relies on a wide range of signals, including non-verbal cues. In order to develop effective Explainable Planning (XAIP) agents it is important that we understand the range and utility of these communication channels. Our starting point is existing results from joint task interaction and their study in cognitive science. Our intention is that these lessons can inform the design of interaction agents -- including those using planning techniques -- whose behaviour is conditionedarXiv:2011.14016v1 fatcat:ikb3lusze5ci5fgxp3o46hye6a