Alfons Maes
Alfons Maes
Tilburg center for Cognition and Communication (TiCC)
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Overspecification facilitates object identification
A Arts, A Maes, L Noordman, C Jansen
Journal of pragmatics 43 (1), 361-374, 2011
Visual metaphoric conceptualization in editorial cartoons
J Schilperoord, A Maes
Multimodal metaphor 11, 213-240, 2009
Adaptation in gesture: Converging hands or converging minds?
L Mol, E Krahmer, A Maes, M Swerts
Journal of Memory and Language 66 (1), 249-264, 2012
Instructieve teksten. Analyse, ontwerp en evaluatie
A Maes, MMN Ummelen, H Hoeken
Couthino, 1996
Demonstrative nominal anaphors: a case of nonidentificational markedness
AA Maes, LGM Noordman
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 33 (2), 255-282, 1995
Reference management in instructive discourse
A Maes, A Arts, L Noordman
Discourse Processes 37 (2), 117-144, 2004
Perceptual and conceptual visual rhetoric: The case of symmetric object alignment
J Schilperoord, A Maes, H Ferdinandusse
Metaphor and Symbol 24 (3), 155-173, 2009
Who is where referred to how, and why? The influence of visual saliency on referent accessibility in spoken language production
J Vogels, E Krahmer, A Maes
Language and cognitive processes 28 (9), 1323-1349, 2013
Would you prefer pie or cupcakes? Preferences for data visualization designs of professionals and laypeople in graphic design
A Quispel, A Maes
Journal of Visual Languages & Computing 25 (2), 107-116, 2014
Stored object knowledge and the production of referring expressions: The case of color typicality
H Westerbeek, R Koolen, A Maes
Frontiers in psychology 6, 935, 2015
Classifying visual rhetoric: Conceptual and structural heuristics
A Maes, J Schilperoord
Go figure! New directions in advertising rhetoric, 233-260, 2014
The communicative import of gestures: Evidence from a comparative analysis of human–human and human–machine interactions
L Mol, E Krahmer, A Maes, M Swerts
Gesture 9 (1), 97-126, 2009
How cognitive load influences speakers' choice of referring expressions
J Vogels, E Krahmer, A Maes
Cognitive science 39 (6), 1396-1418, 2015
Seeing and being seen: The effects on gesture production
L Mol, E Krahmer, A Maes, M Swerts
Journal of computer-mediated communication 17 (1), 77-100, 2011
Overspecification in written instruction
A Arts, A Maes, LGM Noordman, C Jansen
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 49 (3), 555-574, 2011
Nominal anaphors, markedness and coherence of discourse
A Maes
Studies op het Gebied van de Nederlandse Taalkunde., 1996
Understanding visuals in HIV/AIDS education in South Africa: differences between literate and low-literate audiences
A Carstens, A Maes, L Gangla-Birir
African journal of AIDS research 5 (3), 221-232, 2006
Overtuigen met visuele en verbale retoriek
J Schilperoord, A Maes
Tijdschrift voor taalbeheersing 25 (2), 119-141, 2003
Graph and chart aesthetics for experts and laymen in design: The role of familiarity and perceived ease of use
A Quispel, A Maes, J Schilperoord
Information Visualization 15 (3), 238-252, 2016
When a stone tries to climb up a slope: the interplay between lexical and perceptual animacy in referential choices
J Vogels, E Krahmer, A Maes
Frontiers in psychology 4, 154, 2013
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