Martha W. Alibali

Martha W. Alibali

is author/editor of the following title:

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Why Gesture?: How the hands function in speaking, thinking and communicating
Edited by R. Breckinridge Church, Martha W. Alibali and Spencer D. Kelly
[Gesture Studies, 7]  2017.  vii, 433 pp.

is author of the following articles:

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Nathan, Mitchell J., Amelia Yeo, Rebecca Boncoddo, Autumn Hostetter and Martha W. Alibali. 2019. “Teachers’ attitudes about gesture for learning and instruction”. Gesture 18:1, 31–56
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Kelly, Spencer D., R. Breckinridge Church and Martha W. Alibali. 2017. “Chapter 1. Understanding gesture”. In Why Gesture?: How the hands function in speaking, thinking and communicating, 3–10
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Nathan, Mitchell J., Martha W. Alibali and R. Breckinridge Church. 2017. “Chapter 13. Making and breaking common ground”. In Why Gesture?: How the hands function in speaking, thinking and communicating, 285–316
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Sanjeevan, Teenu, Elina Mainela-Arnold, Martha W. Alibali and Julia L. Evans. 2016. “The temporal relationship between speech and manual communicative gesture in children with specific language impairment”. Gesture 15:3, 321–339
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Alibali, Martha W., Andrew G. Young, Noelle M. Crooks, Amelia Yeo, Matthew S. Wolfgram, Iasmine M. Ledesma, Mitchell J. Nathan, R. Breckinridge Church and Eric J. Knuth. 2013. “Students learn more when their teacher has learned to gesture effectively”. Gesture 13:2, 210–233
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Hostetter, Autumn and Martha W. Alibali. 2011. “Cognitive skills and gesture–speech redundancy”. Gesture 11:1, 40–60
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Alibali, Martha W., Julia L. Evans, Autumn Hostetter, Kristin Ryan and Elina Mainela-Arnold. 2009. “Gesture–speech integration in narrative”. Gesture 9:3, 290–311
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Hostetter, Autumn and Martha W. Alibali. 2007. “Raise your hand if you’re spatial”. Gesture 7:1, 73–95
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Alibali, Martha W.. 2001. “Review of Iverson & Goldin-Meadow ((1998)): The Nature and Function of Gesture in Children’s Communication”. Gesture 1:1, 104–108
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Alibali, Martha W. and Lisa S. Don. 2002. “Children’s gestures are meant to be seen”. Gesture 1:2, 113–127