List of John Benjamins publications for which Rick Dale plays a role.
Chapter 4. Weaving oneself into others: Coordination in conversational systems. Eye-tracking in Interaction: Studies on the role of eye gaze in dialogue, Brône, Geert and Bert Oben (eds.), pp. 67–902018.
We review a range of findings that show how eye movements (and other body movements) exhibit correlated behavior across two or more people during natural interactions. We then synthesize these different results into a more general account of how people’s cognitive, sensory and motor systems… read more | Chapter
Coordinating action and language. Visually Situated Language Comprehension, Knoeferle, Pia, Pirita Pyykkönen-Klauck and Matthew W. Crocker (eds.), pp. 323–3562016.
The overarching aim of this chapter is to highlight the strong interfacing between linguistic and motor systems, focusing especially on the degree to which manipulations of a visual context interact with linguistic manipulations in order to modulate the properties of manual movements elicited in… read more | Article
Chapter 11. The role of adaptation in understanding linguistic diversity. Language Structure and Environment: Social, cultural, and natural factors, De Busser, Rik and Randy J. LaPolla (eds.), pp. 289–3162015.
The 6,000–7,000 languages spoken by people display a dazzling variety of sounds, word patterns, and grammatical forms. The dominant explanation for this diversity is that languages drift apart as communities separate. The accumulation of random changes eventually produces languages that are… read more | Article
Integrating and extending the distributed approach in cognitive science. Language as Social Coordination: An evolutionary perspective, Raczaszek-Leonardi, Joanna and Stephen J. Cowley (eds.), pp. 125–1382012.
An integrative pluralistic approach to phenomenal consciousness. Being in Time: Dynamical models of phenomenal experience, Edelman, Shimon, Tomer Fekete and Neta Zach (eds.), pp. 231–2582012.
We review theories and empirical research on underlying mechanisms of selfhood, awareness, and conscious experience. The mechanisms that have been identified for these phenomena are many and multifarious, lying at many levels of space and time, and complexity and abstractness. Proposals have… read more | Article
Eye movements in language and cognition: A brief introduction. Methods in Cognitive Linguistics, Gonzalez-Marquez, Monica, Irene Mittelberg, Seana Coulson and Michael J. Spivey (eds.), pp. 323–3442007.