Judith Holler
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The origin of human multi-modal communication
SC Levinson, J Holler
Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 369 (1651), 20130302, 2014
2192014
Co-speech gesture mimicry in the process of collaborative referring during face-to-face dialogue
J Holler, K Wilkin
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 35 (2), 133-153, 2011
1462011
The effect of common ground on how speakers use gesture and speech to represent size information
J Holler, R Stevens
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 26 (1), 4-27, 2007
1392007
Communicating common ground: How mutually shared knowledge influences speech and gesture in a narrative task
J Holler, K Wilkin
Language and Cognitive Processes 24 (2), 267-289, 2009
126*2009
Pragmatic aspects of representational gestures: Do speakers use them to clarify verbal ambiguity for the listener?
J Holler, G Beattie
Gesture 3 (2), 127-154, 2003
1262003
Do iconic hand gestures really contribute to the communication of semantic information in a face-to-face context?
J Holler, H Shovelton, G Beattie
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 33 (2), 73-88, 2009
872009
Unaddressed participants’ gaze in multi-person interaction: optimizing recipiency
J Holler, KH Kendrick
Frontiers in Psychology 6 (98), doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00098, 2015
802015
Multimodal Language Processing in Human Communication
J Holler, SC Levinson
Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2019
752019
How iconic gestures and speech interact in the representation of meaning: are both aspects really integral to the process?
J Holler, G Beattie
Semiotica 146, 81-116, 2003
752003
A micro-analytic investigation of how iconic gestures and speech represent core semantic features in talk.
J Holler, G Beattie
Semiotica 142, 31-69, 2002
672002
An experimental investigation of how addressee feedback affects co-speech gestures accompanying speakers’ responses
J Holler, K Wilkin
Journal of Pragmatics 43 (14), 3522-3536, 2011
602011
Turn-Taking in Human Communicative Interaction
J Holler, KH Kendrick, M Casillas, SC Levinson
Frontiers in Psychology (Special Issue), 2016
582016
Editorial: Turn-Taking in Human Communicative Interaction.
SC Holler, J., Kendrick, K. H., Casillas, M., & Levinson
Frontiers in Psychology 6, doi:10.3389/978-2-88919-825-2, 2015
58*2015
The processing of speech, gesture, and action during language comprehension
S Kelly, M Healey, A Özyürek, J Holler
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22 (2), 517-523, 2015
572015
Shallow processing of ambiguous pronouns: Evidence for delay
AJ Stewart, J Holler, E Kidd
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 60 (12), 1680-1696, 2007
552007
Do you see what I’m singing? Visuospatial movement biases pitch perception
L Connell, ZG Cai, J Holler
Brain and Cognition 81 (1), 124-130, 2013
532013
Processing language in face-to-face conversation: Questions with gestures get faster responses
J Holler, SC Kendrick, Kobin H., & Levinson
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 25 (5), 1900–1908, 2018
492018
Gaze direction signals response preference in conversation
KH Kendrick, J Holler
Research on Language and Social Interaction 50 (1), 12-32, 2017
482017
Social eye gaze modulates processing of speech and co-speech gesture
J Holler, L Schubotz, S Kelly, P Hagoort, M Schuetze, A Özyürek
Cognition 133 (3), 692-697, 2014
462014
Children's use of gesture to resolve lexical ambiguity
E Kidd, J Holler
Developmental Science 12 (6), 903-913, 2009
452009
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