List of John Benjamins publications for which Marc Swerts plays a role.
Previous research on speech and gesture has found that repeated references are often linguistically reduced in terms of, for example, the number of words and the acoustic realization of these words, compared to initial references. The present study looks at the production of repeated references by… read more | Article
Effects of cognitive design principles on user’s performance and preference: A large scale evaluation of a soccer stats display. Information Design Journal 21:2, pp. 129–1452014.
We present an analytic and a large scale experimental comparison of two informationally equivalent information displays of soccer statistics. Both displays were presented by the BBC during the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The displays mainly differ in terms of the number and types of cognitively natural… read more | Article
The communicative import of gestures: Evidence from a comparative analysis of human–human and human–machine interactions. Gesture 9:1, pp. 97–1262009.
Does gesturing primarily serve speaker internal purposes, or does it mostly facilitate communication, for example by conveying semantic content, or easing social interaction? To address this question, we asked native speakers of Dutch to retell an animated cartoon to a presumed audiovisual… read more | Article
7. Appendix. C-ORAL-ROM: Integrated Reference Corpora for Spoken Romance Languages, Cresti, Emanuela and Massimo Moneglia (eds.), pp. 257–2762005.
Prosodic Markers of Text Structure. Discourse Studies in Cognitive Linguistics: Selected papers from the 5th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Amsterdam, July 1997, Van Hoek, Karen, Andrej A. Kibrik and Leo Noordman (eds.), pp. 133 ff.1999.