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Contents I. Introduction 1 Introduction: The Dynamic Dimension of Language Elena Levy, Susan Duncan, and Justine Cassell 2 On the Origins of Modern Gesture Studies Adam Kendon II. Language and Cognition 3 Gesture with Speech and Without it Susan Goldin-Meadow 4 From Gestures to Signs in the Acquisition of Sign Language Nini Hoiting & Dan Slobin 5 How does Spoken Language Shape Iconic Gestures? Kita Sotaro & Asli Özyürek 6 Forgetful or Strategic? The Mystery of the Systematic Avoidance of Reference in the Cartoon Story Narrative Nobuhiro Furuyama and Kazuki Sekine 7 Metagesture: An Analysis of Theoretical Discourse about Multimodal Language Fey Parrill 8 Potential Cognitive Universals: Evidence from Head Movements in Turkana Evelyn McClave 9 Blending in Deception: Tracing Output Back to its Source Amy Franklin 10 A Dynamic View of Metaphor, Gesture and Thought Cornelia Müller 11 Second Language Acquisition from a McNeillian Perspective Gale Stam III. Environmental Context and Sociality 12 Face-to-face Dialogue as a Micro-social Context: The Example of Motor Mimicry Janet Bavelas 13 Master Speakers, Master Gesturers: A String Quarter Master Class John Haviland 14 Constructing Spatial Conceptualizations from Limited Input: Evidence from Norwegian Sign Language Scott Liddell & Marit Vogt-Svendsen 15 Environmentally Coupled Gestures Charles Goodwin 16 Indexing Locations in Gesture: Recalled Stimulus Image and Interspeaker Coordination as Factors Influencing Gesture Form Irene Kimbara 17 The Role of Iconic Gesture in Semantic Communication and its Theoretical and Practical Implications Geoff Beattie & Heather Shovelton 18 Intersubjectivity in Gestures: The Speaker¿s Perspective toward the Addressee Mika Ishino 19 An Integrated Approach to the Study of Convention, Conflict, and Compliance in Interaction Starkey Duncan IV. Atypical Minds and Bodies 20 Discourse Focus, Gesture, and Disfluent Aphasia Susan Duncan & Laura Pedelty 21 The Construction of a Temporally Coherent Narrative by an Autistic Adolescent: Co-contributions of Speech, Enactment and Gesture Elena Levy 22 The Body in Communication: Lessons from the Near-Human Justine Cassell Index
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