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Integrating Gestures: The interdisciplinary nature of gesture
Edited by Gale Stam and Mika Ishino
[Gesture Studies 4] 2011
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Cited by 49 other publications

Andrén, Mats & Johan Blomberg
2018. Children’s use of gesture and action with static and dynamic verbs. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 9:1  pp. 22 ff. DOI logo
Aussems, Suzanne & Sotaro Kita
2021. Seeing Iconic Gesture Promotes First‐ and Second‐Order Verb Generalization in Preschoolers. Child Development 92:1  pp. 124 ff. DOI logo
Cartmill, Erica A., Lilia Rissman, Miriam A. Novack & Susan Goldin-Meadow
2017. The development of iconicity in children’s co-speech gesture and homesign. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 8:1  pp. 42 ff. DOI logo
Cattani, Allegra, Caroline Floccia, Evan Kidd, Paola Pettenati, Daniela Onofrio & Virginia Volterra
2019. Gestures and Words in Naming: Evidence From Crosslinguistic and Crosscultural Comparison. Language Learning 69:3  pp. 709 ff. DOI logo
Caët, Stéphanie, Fanny Limousin & Aliyah Morgenstern
Deckers, Stijn R. J. M., Yvonne Van Zaalen, Hans Van Balkom & Ludo Verhoeven
2017. Core vocabulary of young children with Down syndrome. Augmentative and Alternative Communication 33:2  pp. 77 ff. DOI logo
Dimitrova, Nevena & Şeyda Özçalışkan
2022. Identifying Patterns of Similarities and Differences between Gesture Production and Comprehension in Autism and Typical Development. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 46:2  pp. 173 ff. DOI logo
Dimitrova, Nevena, Şeyda Özçalışkan & Lauren B. Adamson
2016. Parents’ Translations of Child Gesture Facilitate Word Learning in Children with Autism, Down Syndrome and Typical Development. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 46:1  pp. 221 ff. DOI logo
Dimitrova, Nevena, Şeyda Özçalışkan & Lauren B. Adamson
2017. Do Verbal Children with Autism Comprehend Gesture as Readily as Typically Developing Children?. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 47:10  pp. 3267 ff. DOI logo
Fibigerova, Katerina, Jean-Marc Colletta & Michèle Guidetti
2018. Verbal and gestural expression of motion and spatial events. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 9:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Fibigerova, Katerina, Jean-Marc Colletta & Michèle Guidetti
2018. L’expression verbale et gestuelle du mouvement et de l’espace. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 9:1  pp. 11 ff. DOI logo
Florit-Pons, Júlia, Ingrid Vilà-Giménez, Patrick Louis Rohrer & Pilar Prieto
2023. Multimodal Development in Children's Narrative Speech: Evidence for Tight Gesture–Speech Temporal Alignment Patterns as Early as 5 Years Old. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 66:3  pp. 888 ff. DOI logo
Goldin‐Meadow, Susan
2015. Gesture and Cognitive Development. In Handbook of Child Psychology and Developmental Science,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Kandemir, Songül, Demet Özer & Aslı Aktan-Erciyes
2023. Multimodal language in child-directed versus adult-directed speech. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology DOI logo
Laudanska, Zuzanna, David López Pérez, Agata Kozioł, Alicja Radkowska, Karolina Babis, Anna Malinowska-Korczak & Przemysław Tomalski
2022. Longitudinal changes in infants' rhythmic arm movements during rattle-shaking play with mothers. Frontiers in Psychology 13 DOI logo
LIMIA, Valery, Şeyda ÖZÇALIŞKAN & Erika HOFF
2019. Do parents provide a helping hand to vocabulary development in bilingual children?. Journal of Child Language 46:3  pp. 501 ff. DOI logo
Luchkina, Elena & Sandra Waxman
2023. Talking About the Absent and the Abstract: Referential Communication in Language and Gesture. Perspectives on Psychological Science DOI logo
Murillo, Eva & Marta Casla
2021. Multimodal representational gestures in the transition to multi‐word productions. Infancy 26:1  pp. 104 ff. DOI logo
NIU, Chenxi, Alan CIENKI, Gerardo ORTEGA & Martine COENE
2022. Learning to express causal events in Mandarin Chinese: A multimodal perspective. Journal of Child Language  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
2021. Effect of sex and dyad composition on speech and gesture development of singleton and twin children. Journal of Child Language 48:5  pp. 1048 ff. DOI logo
Pronina, Mariia, Jelena Grofulovic, Eva Castillo, Pilar Prieto & Alfonso Igualada
2023. Narrative Abilities at Age 3 Are Associated Positively With Gesture Accuracy but Negatively With Gesture Rate. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Pınar, Ebru, Sumeyra Ozturk, F. Nihan Ketrez & Şeyda Özçalışkan
2021. Parental Speech and Gesture Input to Girls Versus Boys in Singletons and Twins. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 45:2  pp. 297 ff. DOI logo
Quinn, Sara & Evan Kidd
2019. Symbolic play promotes non‐verbal communicative exchange in infant–caregiver dyads. British Journal of Developmental Psychology 37:1  pp. 33 ff. DOI logo
Rohrer, Patrick Louis, Júlia Florit-Pons, Ingrid Vilà-Giménez & Pilar Prieto
2022. Children Use Non-referential Gestures in Narrative Speech to Mark Discourse Elements Which Update Common Ground. Frontiers in Psychology 12 DOI logo
Rusiewicz, Heather Leavy & Núria Esteve-Gibert
2018. Chapter 6. Set in time. In The Development of Prosody in First Language Acquisition [Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 23],  pp. 103 ff. DOI logo
Salo, Virginia C., Meredith L. Rowe & Bethany C. Reeb‐Sutherland
2018. Exploring Infant Gesture and Joint Attention as Related Constructs and as Predictors of Later Language. Infancy 23:3  pp. 432 ff. DOI logo
Sekine, Kazuki, Christina Schoechl, Kimberley Mulder, Judith Holler, Spencer Kelly, Reyhan Furman & Asli Özyürek
2020. Evidence for children’s online integration of simultaneous information from speech and iconic gestures: an ERP study. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 35:10  pp. 1283 ff. DOI logo
Sekine, Kazuki, Catharine Wood & Sotaro Kita
2018. Gestural depiction of motion events in narrative increases symbolic distance with age. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 9:1  pp. 40 ff. DOI logo
So, Wing-Chee, Miranda Kit-Yi Wong, Ming Lui & Virginia Yip
2015. The development of co-speech gesture and its semantic integration with speech in 6- to 12-year-old children with autism spectrum disorders. Autism 19:8  pp. 956 ff. DOI logo
Stam, Gale & Marion Tellier
2017. Chapter 16. The sound of silence. In Why Gesture? [Gesture Studies, 7],  pp. 353 ff. DOI logo
2014. How early do children understand gesture–speech combinations with iconic gestures?. Journal of Child Language 41:2  pp. 462 ff. DOI logo
Tütüncü, Irmak Su, Jing Paul, Samantha N. Emerson, Murat Şengül, Melanie Knezevic & Şeyda Özçalışkan
2023. When Gestures Do or Do Not Follow Language‐Specific Patterns of Motion Expression in Speech: Evidence from Chinese, English and Turkish. Cognitive Science 47:4 DOI logo
Valle, Chelsea La, Karen Chenausky & Helen Tager-Flusberg
2021. How do minimally verbal children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder use communicative gestures to complement their spoken language abilities?. Autism & Developmental Language Impairments 6  pp. 239694152110350 ff. DOI logo
Vasc, Dermina & Mircea Miclea
2018. Age-related changes in preschoolers’ ability to communicate using iconic gestures in the absence of speech. Early Child Development and Care 188:1  pp. 16 ff. DOI logo
Vilà-Giménez, Ingrid & Pilar Prieto
2021. The Value of Non-Referential Gestures: A Systematic Review of Their Cognitive and Linguistic Effects in Children’s Language Development. Children 8:2  pp. 148 ff. DOI logo
WANG, Hui & Guangzheng LI
2021. Children’s gestures and the relationship with learning. Advances in Psychological Science 29:9  pp. 1617 ff. DOI logo
Wang, Xiao-lei & Raquel Plotka
2018. Lending a helping hand for English-Chinese bilingual children’s idiom comprehension and retention: implications for early childhood educators. Early Years 38:3  pp. 298 ff. DOI logo
Weidinger, Nicole, Katrin Lindner, Katharina Hogrefe, Wolfram Ziegler & Georg Goldenberg
2017. Getting a Grasp on Children’s Representational Capacities in Pantomime of Object Use. Journal of Cognition and Development 18:2  pp. 246 ff. DOI logo
Wermelinger, Stephanie, Anja Gampe, Natascha Helbling & Moritz M. Daum
2020. Do you understand what I want to tell you? Early sensitivity in bilinguals' iconic gesture perception and production. Developmental Science 23:5 DOI logo
Özyürek, Aslı
Özyürek, Aslı
2018. Chapter 6. Cross-linguistic variation in children’s multimodal utterances. In Sources of Variation in First Language Acquisition [Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 22],  pp. 123 ff. DOI logo
2016. Baby sign but not spontaneous gesture predicts later vocabulary in children with Down Syndrome. Journal of Child Language 43:4  pp. 948 ff. DOI logo
2013. Gesturing with an injured brain: How gesture helps children with early brain injury learn linguistic constructions. Journal of Child Language 40:1  pp. 69 ff. DOI logo
Özçalışkan, Şeyda, Lauren B Adamson & Nevena Dimitrova
2016. Early deictic but not other gestures predict later vocabulary in both typical development and autism. Autism 20:6  pp. 754 ff. DOI logo
Özçalışkan, Şeyda, Lauren B. Adamson, Nevena Dimitrova & Stephanie Baumann
2018. Do Parents Model Gestures Differently When Children’s Gestures Differ?. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 48:5  pp. 1492 ff. DOI logo
Özçalışkan, Şeyda & Samantha N. Emerson
2016. Learning to think, talk, and gesture about motion in language-specific ways. In The Acquisition of Turkish in Childhood [Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 20],  pp. 177 ff. DOI logo
Özçalışkan, Şeyda, Valery Limia & Nevena Dimitrova
Özçalışkan, Şeyda, Ché Lucero & Susan Goldin-Meadow
2023. What the development of gesture with and without speech can tell us about the effect of language on thought. Language and Cognition  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Özçalışkan, Şeyda, Lauren J. Stites & Samantha N. Emerson
2017. Chapter 9. Crossing the road or crossing the mind. In Motion and Space across Languages [Human Cognitive Processing, 59],  pp. 257 ff. DOI logo

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