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In this article, we note that despite being a multimodal phenomenon, turn-taking has still been investigated mostly as being unimodal. Based on theoretical positions emphasizing that communication is organized jointly by interaction partners, we identify the challenge of assessing human sequential behavior that is (a) spread across different modalities and (b) co-constructed with a partner. By analyzing a corpus of mother-child dyads with Cross Recurrence Quantification Analysis and Frequent Pattern Mining, we offer novel steps toward understanding multimodal turn-taking.
|Journal||IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems|
|Early online date||15 Jan 2019|
|Publication status||Early online - 15 Jan 2019|
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EASE: Early semantic development: Linking language development to emerging participation in social events (EASE)
Rohlfing, K., Rączaszek-Leonardi, J. & Nomikou, I.
1/02/16 → 31/01/19