Gestural expressions in use for unveiling dynamic experience attributed to verbs
Tuuri, K., & Pirhonen, A. (2013). Gestural expressions in use for unveiling dynamic experience attributed to verbs. In Proceedings of the 10th International Gesture Workshop and the 3rd Gesture and Speech in Interaction Conference. Tilburg University. http://tiger.uvt.nl/pdf/papers/tuuri.pdf
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The focus of this paper is on justifying the presented experimental design that aims at examining the enactive linkages between a verb’s content and a sensorimotor experience of movement. The experiment utilised spontaneous production of hand and vocal gestures for expressing the energetic feel attributed to a word. Preliminary qualitative analysis of the expressions shows degrees of similarity in terms of experiential movement qualities. These results imply that conceiving a verb’s meaning is not necessarily far removed from bodily action.
ConferenceGesture and Speech in Interaction
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