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LINGUIST List 22.1119

Mon Mar 07 2011

TOC: Gesture 24/2-3 (2011)

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        1.     Paul Peranteau , Gesture Vol. 24, No. 2-3 (2011)

Message 1: Gesture Vol. 24, No. 2-3 (2011)
Date: 07-Mar-2011
From: Paul Peranteau <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: Gesture Vol. 24, No. 2-3 (2011)
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Publisher: John Benjamins

Journal Title: Gesture
Volume Number: 10
Issue Number: 2/3
Issue Date: 2010

Subtitle: Gesture and Multimodal Development

Main Text:

Gesture and Multimodal Development
Special issue of Gesture 10:2/3 (2010)
Edited by Jean-Marc Colletta and Michèle Guidetti
Université Stendhal - Grenoble 3 / Université Toulouse 2

Gesture 10:2/3

2010. vi, 232 pp.

Table of contents

Introduction to special issue

Gesture and multimodal development
Michèle Guidetti and Jean-Marc Colletta 123–128


Pointing gesture in young children: Hand preference and language development
Hélène Cochet and Jacques Vauclair 129–149

Support or competition? Dynamic development of the relationship between manual
pointing and symbolic gestures from 6 to 18 months of age
Claire D. Vallotton 150–171

From gesture to sign and from gesture to word: Pointing in deaf and hearing
Aliyah Morgenstern, Stéphanie Caët, Marie Collombel-Leroy, Fanny Limousin and
Marion Blondel 172–202

How the hands control attention during early word learning
Nancy de Villiers Rader and Patricia Zukow-Goldring 202–221

Infant movement as a window into language processing
Laurel Fais, Julia Leibowich, Ladan Hamadani and Lana Ohira 222–250

Children’s lexical skills and task demands affect gestural behavior in mothers
of late-talking children and children with typical language development
Angela Grimminger, Katharina J. Rohlfing and Prisca Stenneken 251–278

The type of shared activity shapes caregiver and infant communication
Daniel Puccini, Mireille Hassemer, Dorothé Salomo and Ulf Liszkowski 279–296

Transcribing and annotating multimodality: How deaf children’s productions call
into the question the analytical tools
Agnès Millet and Isabelle Estève 297–320

Mathematical learning and gesture: Character viewpoint and observer viewpoint in
students’ gestured graphs of functions
Susan Gerofsky 321–343

New and recent publications 345–347


Further information and weblinks 349

ISGS: International Society for Gesture Studies 350

Recent and forthcoming events 351–352

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
                            Applied Linguistics
                            Discipline of Linguistics

Subject Language(s): French (fra)
                            French Sign Language (fsl)
                            German, Standard (deu)
Language Family(ies): Sign Language

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