The interplay between gesture and speech in the production of referring expression: investigating the tradeoff hypothesis.

de Ruiter J, Bangerter A, Dings P (2012)
Topics in Cognitive Science 4(2): 232-248.

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de Ruiter J, Bangerter A, Dings P. The interplay between gesture and speech in the production of referring expression: investigating the tradeoff hypothesis. Topics in Cognitive Science. 2012;4(2):232-248.
de Ruiter, J., Bangerter, A., & Dings, P. (2012). The interplay between gesture and speech in the production of referring expression: investigating the tradeoff hypothesis. Topics in Cognitive Science, 4(2), 232-248. doi:10.1111/j.1756-8765.2012.01183.x
de Ruiter, J., Bangerter, A., and Dings, P. (2012). The interplay between gesture and speech in the production of referring expression: investigating the tradeoff hypothesis. Topics in Cognitive Science 4, 232-248.
de Ruiter, J., Bangerter, A., & Dings, P., 2012. The interplay between gesture and speech in the production of referring expression: investigating the tradeoff hypothesis. Topics in Cognitive Science, 4(2), p 232-248.
J. de Ruiter, A. Bangerter, and P. Dings, “The interplay between gesture and speech in the production of referring expression: investigating the tradeoff hypothesis.”, Topics in Cognitive Science, vol. 4, 2012, pp. 232-248.
de Ruiter, J., Bangerter, A., Dings, P.: The interplay between gesture and speech in the production of referring expression: investigating the tradeoff hypothesis. Topics in Cognitive Science. 4, 232-248 (2012).
de Ruiter, Jan, Bangerter, A., and Dings, P. “The interplay between gesture and speech in the production of referring expression: investigating the tradeoff hypothesis.”. Topics in Cognitive Science 4.2 (2012): 232-248.

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