Jacqueline Nadel

List of John Benjamins publications for which Jacqueline Nadel plays a role.

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Grynszpan, Ouriel, Julie Bouteiller, Séverine Grynszpan, Jean-Claude Martin and Jacqueline Nadel 2022 Social gaze training for Autism Spectrum Disorder using eye-tracking and virtual humansInteraction Studies 23:1, pp. 89–115 | Article
Background: Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have pronounced difficulties in attending to relevant visual information during social interactions. Method: We designed and evaluated the feasibility of a novel method to train this ability, by exposing participants to virtual human… read more
Grynszpan, Ouriel, Jacqueline Nadel, Jean-Claude Martin and Philippe Fossati 2017 The awareness of joint attention: A study using gaze contingent avatarsInteraction Studies 18:2, pp. 234–253 | Article
This study investigates a specific aspect of joint attention, that is, the emergence of the sense that one is leading the attentional focus of others. Thirty participants were placed in front of two avatars and had to pay attention to objects that were also attended to by the avatars. Unbeknownst… read more
Nadel, Jacqueline and Bora Han 2015 Emotion on boardEmotion in Language: Theory – research – application, Lüdtke, Ulrike M. (ed.), pp. 49–68 | Article
Emotion is on board from first. Fetal facial expressions change strikingly fast, thus indicating that they are actively practiced before birth. What for? Are we wired to express our emotions and to resonate to others’? Blank faces or non contingent faces cause disturbance early on life. When mother… read more
Grynszpan, Ouriel, Jean-Claude Martin and Jacqueline Nadel 2007 Exploring the influence of task assignment and output modalities on computerized training for autismInteraction Studies 8:2, pp. 241–266 | Article
Our exploratory research aims at suggesting design principles for educational software dedicated to people with high functioning autism. In order to explore the efficiency of educational games, we developed an experimental protocol to study the influence of the specific constraints of the learning… read more
Nadel, Jacqueline, Ken Prepin and Mako Okanda 2007 Experiencing contingency and agency: First step toward self-understanding in making a mind?Making Minds: The shaping of human minds through social context, Hauf, Petra and Friedrich Försterling (eds.), pp. 227–240 | Article
Precursors of inferential capacities concerning self- and other- understanding may be found in the basic experience of social contingency and emotional sharing. The emergence of a sense of self- and other-agency receives special attention here, as a foundation for self-understanding. We propose… read more
Nadel, Jacqueline, Ken Prepin and Mako Okanda 2005 Experiencing contingency and agency: First step toward self-understanding in making a mind?Making Minds II, Hauf, Petra (ed.), pp. 447–462 | Article
Precursors of inferential capacities concerning self- and other- understanding may be found in the basic experience of social contingency and emotional sharing. The emergence of a sense of self- and other-agency receives special attention here, as a foundation for self-understanding. We propose… read more
Nadel, Jacqueline, Arnaud Revel, Pierre Andry and Philippe Gaussier 2004 Toward communication: First imitations in infants, low-functioning children with autism and robotsInteraction Studies 5:1, pp. 45–74 | Article
Adopting a functionalist perspective, we emphasize the interest of considering imitation as a single capacity with two functions: communication and learning. These two functions both imply such capacities as detection of novelty, attraction toward moving stimuli and perception-action coupling. We… read more
Nadel, Jacqueline 2002 5. Some reasons to link imitation and imitation recognition to theory of mindSimulation and Knowledge of Action, Dokic, Jérôme and Joëlle Proust (eds.), pp. 119–135 | Chapter