Gestures production under instructional context The role of mode of instruction

2015-09-25
Melda, Coşkun
Acartürk, Cengiz
We aim at examining how communication mode influences the production of gestures under specific contextual environments. Twenty-four participants were asked to present a topic of their choice under three instructional settings: a blackboard, paper-and-pencil, and a tablet. Participants’ gestures were investigated in three groups: deictic gestures that point to entities, representational gestures that present picturable aspects of semantic content, and beat gestures that are speech-related rhythmic hand movements. The results indicated that gesture production of the participants was influenced by the mode of instruction (i.e., board, paper-and-pencil, tablet)
37th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society : Mind, Technology, and Society, CogSci (2015)

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Citation Formats
C. Melda and C. Acartürk, “Gestures production under instructional context The role of mode of instruction,” Pasadena, California, USA, 2015, vol. 1 of 4 , p. 459, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/83896.