Visual complexity favors stereotypical predictability of agents during situated language comprehension

Rodriguez A, Burigo M, Knoeferle P (2016)
Presented at the Language and Perception International Conference, Trondheim.

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Language and Perception International Conference
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Trondheim
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2016-06-13 – 2016-06-16
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Rodriguez A, Burigo M, Knoeferle P. Visual complexity favors stereotypical predictability of agents during situated language comprehension. Presented at the Language and Perception International Conference, Trondheim.
Rodriguez, A., Burigo, M., & Knoeferle, P. (2016). Visual complexity favors stereotypical predictability of agents during situated language comprehension. Presented at the Language and Perception International Conference, Trondheim
Rodriguez, A., Burigo, M., and Knoeferle, P. (2016).“Visual complexity favors stereotypical predictability of agents during situated language comprehension”. Presented at the Language and Perception International Conference, Trondheim.
Rodriguez, A., Burigo, M., & Knoeferle, P., 2016. Visual complexity favors stereotypical predictability of agents during situated language comprehension. Presented at the Language and Perception International Conference, Trondheim.
A. Rodriguez, M. Burigo, and P. Knoeferle, “Visual complexity favors stereotypical predictability of agents during situated language comprehension”, Presented at the Language and Perception International Conference, Trondheim, 2016.
Rodriguez, A., Burigo, M., Knoeferle, P.: Visual complexity favors stereotypical predictability of agents during situated language comprehension. Presented at the Language and Perception International Conference, Trondheim (2016).
Rodriguez, Alba, Burigo, Michele, and Knoeferle, Pia. “Visual complexity favors stereotypical predictability of agents during situated language comprehension”. Presented at the Language and Perception International Conference, Trondheim, 2016.

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