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Overview

Gesture studies are a fertile field that non only includes the enquiry into the relationship between hand gesture and speech, the interpretation of gesture as either central or peripheral phenomenon, but also the cognitive origin of gesture, language origins, and embodied cognition. It is also related to the study of affect and emotion and expressions in animal and human communication, posture shiftings and body movement during speech.

Researchers

ID: 1212, Prof. Anna Esposito

ID: 1108, Dr. Nicla Rossini

Publications

Books

  • Rossini, N. (2012) Reinterpreting Gesture as Language. Language in Action.IOS Press: Amsterdam, Berlin, Oxford, Tokyo, Washington [1]
  • Rossini, N. (2009) Il gesto. Gestualità e tratti non verbali in interazioni diadiche. Pitagora: Bologna[2]


Articles

  • Esposito, A. (2009). Cultural Specific Effects on the Recognition of Basic Emotions: A Study on Italian Subjects. With Riviello, M.T., Bourbakis, N. USAB '09 Proceedings of the 5th Symposium of the Workgroup Human-Computer Interaction and Usability Engineering of the Austrian Computer Society on HCI and Usability for e-Inclusion. [3]
  • Rossini, N. (2011) Modelling human behaviour in emergency: A research agenda for the creation of a rescue robot.Proceedings of the 21st Italian Workshop on Neural Networks, Vietri sul Mare (Italy). IOS Press: Amsterdam, Berlin, Oxford, Tokyo, Washington. With Anna Esposito [4]
  • Rossini, N. (2011) Why do we gesture without speech but don’t talk without gesture? With Dafydd Gibbon [5]
  • Rossini, N. (2011) Deception cues in political speeches: verbal and non-verbal traits of prevarication. in Esposito A. et al. Analysis of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication and Enactment: The Processing Issue. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6800, pp. 408-418. Springer-Verlag: Berlin, Heidelberg, New York. Invited chapter.[6]
  • Rossini, N. (2011) Patterns of Synchronization of Non-Verbal Cues and Speech in ECAs: Towards a More “Natural” Conversational Agent. In Esposito, A., Esposito, A. M., Martone, R. Mueller, V. C., Scarpetta, G. (Eds) Toward Autonomous, Adaptive, and Context-Aware Multimodal Interfaces: Theoretical and Practical Issues. Pp. 97-104. Springer-Verlag: Berlin. [7]
  • Rossini, N. (2009) Gestural abstraction and restatement: From iconicity to metaphor. In Esposito, A., Vich, R. (Eds) Cross-Modal Analysis of Speech, Gestures, Gaze and Facial Expressions COST Action 2102 International Conference Prague, Czech Republic, October 15-18, 2008 Revised Selected and Invited Papers. Pp. 214-226. Springer: Berlin, Heidelberg, New York. [[8]]
  • Rossini, N. (2009). Gesture in the brain: a multi-tasking experiment. In Zlatev, J., Johansson Falck, M., Lundmark, C. and Andrén M. (Eds) Studies in Language and Cognition. Pp. 436-453. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Cambridge. [9]
  • Rossini, N. (2007). “Unseen gestures” and the Mind of the Speaker: An analysis of co-verbal gestures in map-task activities. In A. Esposito, M. Bratanic, E. Keller, and M. Marinaro (Eds) Fundamentals of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication and the Biometric Issue. Pp. 58-64. IOS Press, NATO Security through Science Series E: Human and Societal Dynamics – Vol. 18.[10]
  • Rossini, N. (2005). Sociolinguistics in Gesture: How about the Mano a Borsa? Intercultural Communication Studies, XIII, 3: 144-154. [11]
  • Rossini, N. (2004). The Analysis of Gesture: Establishing a Set of Parameters. In Camurri, A.-Volpe, G. (Eds) Gesture-Based Communication in Human-Computer Interaction. 5th International Gesture Workshop, GW 2003, Genova, Italy, April 2003. Selected Revised Papers. Pp. 124-131. Springer-Verlag: Berlin, Heidelberg, New York. [12]

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