Marieke Hoetjes
Marieke Hoetjes
Assistant professor, Radboud Universiteit
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Reduction in gesture during the production of repeated references
M Hoetjes, R Koolen, M Goudbeek, E Krahmer, M Swerts
Journal of Memory and Language 79, 1-17, 2015
422015
Does our speech change when we cannot gesture?
M Hoetjes, E Krahmer, M Swerts
Speech Communication 57, 257-267, 2014
252014
Conceptual and lexical effects on gestures: the case of vertical spatial metaphors for time in Chinese
Y Gu, L Mol, M Hoetjes, M Swerts
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 32 (8), 1048-1063, 2017
182017
On what happens in gesture when communication is unsuccessful
M Hoetjes, E Krahmer, M Swerts
Speech Communication 72, 160-175, 2015
162015
GREEBLES Greeble greeb. On reduction in speech and gesture in repeated references.
M Hoetjes, R Koolen, M Goudbeek, E Krahmer, M Swerts
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 33 (33), 2011
142011
The effect of gesture on persuasive speech
J Peters, MW Hoetjes
Baixas: ISCA, 2017
102017
What can Chinese speakers' temporal gestures reveal about their conception of time
Y Gu, L Mol, MW Hoetjes, M Swerts
Proceedings of TiGeR 2013 conference, 2013
10*2013
Does language shape the production and perception of gestures? A study on late Chinese-English bilinguals’ conceptions about time
Y Gu, L Mol, M Hoetjes, M Swerts
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
82014
Do repeated references result in sign reduction?
M Hoetjes, E Krahmer, M Swerts
Sign Language & Linguistics 17 (1), 56-81, 2014
72014
Event representation of English placement events. The use and usefulness of gestures
M Hoetjes
Unpublished MA thesis, Radboud University Nijmegen, Nijmegen, 2008
52008
Reduction in repeated references in gesture and sign language
MW Hoetjes, A Schmit, RMF Koolen, MB Goudbeek, EJ Krahmer, ...
Proceedings of the 9th International Gesture Workshop, 84-97, 2011
32011
Untying the knot between gestures and speech.
M Hoetjes, E Krahmer, M Swerts
AVSP, 90-95, 2009
32009
Gestural training benefits L2 phoneme acquisition. Findings from a production and perception perspective
MW Hoetjes, LJ van Maastricht, L Heijden
Paderborn: Universitaetsbibliothek Paderborn, 2019
22019
Multimodal training facilitates L2 phoneme acquisition: An acoustic analysis of Dutch learners’ segment production in Spanish.
LJ van Maastricht, MW Hoetjes, L Heijden
Canberra, Australia: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc., 2019
22019
Under load. The effect of verbal and motoric cognitive load on gesture production
MW Hoetjes, I Masson-Carro
22017
Talking hands: Reference in speech, gesture, and sign
M Hoetjes
22015
On what happens in speech and gesture when communication is unsuccessful
M Hoetjes, E Krahmer, M Swerts
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
22014
Do gestures during training facilitate L2 lexical stress acquisition by Dutch learners of Spanish?
LJ van Maastricht, MW Hoetjes, E Drie
[Sl: sn], 2019
12019
Gestures become more informative when communication is unsuccessful
MW Hoetjes
[Sl: sn], 2016
12016
My hands are tied: the influence of gestures on speech
MW Hoetjes, EJ Krahmer, MGJ Swerts
Universitšt Viadrina, 2010
12010
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