Article published In:
Vol. 15:3 (2016) ► pp.340356
Biau, Emmanuel & Salvador Soto-Faraco
(2013) Beat gestures modulate auditory integration in speech perception. Brain & Language, 1241, 143–152. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Cameron, Hilary & Xu Xu
(2011) Representational gesture, pointing gesture, and memory recall of preschool children. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 351, 155–171. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Childers, Jane B. & Michael Tomasello
(2006) Are nouns easier to learn than verbs? Three experimental studies. In Kathy Hirsh-Pasek & Roberta M. Golinkoff (Eds.), Action meets word: How children learn verbs (pp. 311–335). New York, NY: Oxford University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Colavita, Francis B
(1974) Human sensory dominance. Perception & Psychophysics, 161, 409–412. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Cook, Susan Wager, Terina Kuangyi Yip, & Susan Goldin-Meadow
(2012) Gestures, but not meaningless movements, lighten working memory load when explaining math. Language and Cognitive Processes, 271, 594–610. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Fasolo, Mirco & Laura D’Odorico
Gentner, Dedre
(1982) Why nouns are learned before verbs: Linguistic relativity versus natural partitioning. In Stan Kuczaj II (Ed.), Language development, Vol. 2: Language, thought and culture (pp. 301–334). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.Google Scholar
Goldin-Meadow, Susan
(2007) Pointing sets the stage for learning language and creating language. Child Development, 781, 741–745. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Goodwyn, Susan W., Linda P. Acredolo, & Catherine A. Brown
(2000) Impact of symbolic gesturing on early language development. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 241, 81–103. DOI logo Google Scholar
Hoff, Erika
(2014) Language development. 5th ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.Google Scholar
Hupp, Julie M
(2015) Word learning and attention allocation based on word class and category knowledge. Infant and Child Development, 241, 44–61. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Iverson, Jana M. & Susan Goldin-Meadow
(2005) Gesture paves the way for language development. Psychological Science, 161, 367–371. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Kirk, Elizabeth, Neil Howlett, Karen J. Pine, & Ben Fletcher
(2013) To sign or not to sign? The impact of encouraging infants to gesture on infant language and maternal mind-mindedness. Child Development, 841, 574–590. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Krönke, Klaus-Martin, Karsten Mueller, Angela D. Friederici, & Hellmuth Obrig
(2013) Learning by doing? The effect of gestures on implicit retrieval of newly acquired words. Cortex, 491, 2553–2568. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Leonard, Thomas & Fred Cummins
(2011) The temporal relation between beat gestures and speech. Language and Cognitive Processes, 261, 1457–1471. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Lozano, Sandra C. & Barbara Tversky
(2006) Communicative gestures facilitate problem solving for both communicators and recipients. Journal of Memory and Language, 551, 47–63. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Macedonia, Manuela, Karsten Müller, & Angela D. Friederici
(2011) The impact of iconic gestures on foreign language word learning and its neural substrate. Human Brain Mapping, 321, 982–998. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Marshall, Jane, Wendy Best, Naomi Cocks, Madeline Cruice, Tim Pring, Gemma Bulcock, Gemma Creek, Nancy Eales, Alice Lockhart Mummery, Niina Matthews, & Anna Caute
(2012) Gesture and naming therapy for people with severe aphasia: A group study. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 551, 726–738. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
McNeill, David
(1992) Hand and mind. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.Google Scholar
Obermeier, Christian, Thomas Dolk, & Thomas Gunter
(2012) The benefit of gestures during communication: Evidence from hearing-impaired individuals. Cortex, 481, 857–870. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Orlansky, Michael D. & John D. Bonvillian
(1985) Sign language acquisition: Language development in children of deaf parents and implications for other populations. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 311, 127–143.Google Scholar
Özçalişkan, Şeyda & Susan Goldin-Meadow
(2005) Gesture is at the edge of early language development. Cognition, 961, 101–113. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Perry, Lynn K., Marcus Perlman, & Gary Lupyan
(2015) Iconicity in English and Spanish and its relation to lexical category and age of acquisition. PLoS ONE, 10 (9), e0137147. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Pine, Karen J., Lindsey Reeves, Neil Howlett, & Ben Fletcher
(2013) Giving cognition a helping hand: The effect of congruent gestures on object name retrieval. British Journal of Psychology, 1041, 57–68. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Riseborough, Margaret G
(1981) Physiolographic gestures as decoding facilitators: Three experiments exploring a neglected facet of communication. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 51, 172–183. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Roseberry, Sarah, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Julia Parish-Morris, & Roberta M. Golinkoff
(2009) Live action: Can young children learn verbs from video? Child Development, 801, 1360–1375. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Roth, Wolff-Michael
(2001) Gestures: Their role in teaching and learning. Review of Educational Research, 711, 365–392. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Schwartz, Richard G. & Laurence B. Leonard
(1984) Words, objects, and actions in early lexical acquisition. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 271, 119–127. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Sinnett, Scott, Charles Spence, & Salvador Soto-Faraco
(2007) Visual dominance and attention: The Colavita effect revisited. Perception & Psychophysics, 691, 673–686. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
So, Wing Chee, Colin Sim Chen-Hui, & Julie Low Wei-Shan
(2012) Mnemonic effect of iconic gesture and beat gesture in adults and children: Is meaning in gesture important for memory recall? Language and Cognitive Processes, 271, 665–681. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Spence, Charles
(2009) Explaining the Colavita visual dominance effect. Progress in Brain Research, 1761, 245–258. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Thompson, Robin L., David P. Vinson, Bencie Woll, & Gabriella Vigliocco
(2012) The road to language learning is iconic: Evidence from British Sign Language. Psychological Science, 201, 1–6. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Yap, De-Fu, Wing-Chee So, Ju-Min Melvin Yap, Ying-Quan Tan, & Ruo-Li Serene Teoh
(2011) Iconic gestures prime words. Cognitive Science, 351, 171–183. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Cited by

Cited by 9 other publications

Cook, Susan Wagner
2018. Enhancing learning with hand gestures: Potential mechanisms [Psychology of Learning and Motivation, 69],  pp. 107 ff. DOI logo
Dargue, Nicole, Megan Phillips & Naomi Sweller
2021. Filling in the gaps: observing gestures conveying additional information can compensate for missing verbal content. Instructional Science 49:5  pp. 637 ff. DOI logo
Dargue, Nicole & Naomi Sweller
2020. Learning Stories Through Gesture: Gesture’s Effects on Child and Adult Narrative Comprehension. Educational Psychology Review 32:1  pp. 249 ff. DOI logo
Janzen Ulbricht, Natasha
2020. The Embodied Teaching of Spatial Terms: Gestures Mapped to Morphemes Improve Learning. Frontiers in Education 5 DOI logo
Janzen Ulbricht, Natasha & Shane Lindsay
2023. Can grammatical morphemes be taught? Evidence of gestures influencing second language procedural learning in middle childhood. PLOS ONE 18:2  pp. e0280543 ff. DOI logo
Khatin-Zadeh, Omid, Zahra Eskandari, Babak Yazdani-Fazlabadi & Fernando Marmolejo-Ramos
2022. Four Functions of Gesture in Promoting Thought Processes. Psychological Studies 67:4  pp. 411 ff. DOI logo
Khatin-Zadeh, Omid, Danyal Farsani, Zahra Eskandari & Fernando Marmolejo-Ramos
2022. The roles of motion, gesture, and embodied action in the processing of mathematical concepts. Frontiers in Psychology 13 DOI logo
Repetto, Claudia, Elisa Pedroli & Manuela Macedonia
2017. Enrichment Effects of Gestures and Pictures on Abstract Words in a Second Language. Frontiers in Psychology 8 DOI logo
Sánchez-Borges, Iván & Carlos J Álvarez
2023. Comparing mnemonic effects of iconic gestures and pictures on word memory. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 76:2  pp. 294 ff. DOI logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 20 may 2023. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.