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What is special about eye contact ?
Laurence Conty
12/11/2013
Conférence de Laurence Conty dans le cadre du colloqium du DEC. For the last 5 decades, eye contact effects have increasingly been attracting interest in the social sciences. Indeed, perceiving a face with a direct gaze (i.e. establishing eye contac...
Catégories : Colloquium du DEC
Mots-clefs: communication, perception visuelle, comportement, non-verbal, vision, regard, signification
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Inner speech in action : EMG data during verbal thought and auditory verbal hallucination
Hélène Loevenbruck
15/10/2013
Conférence de Hélène Loevenbruck.  Inner speech refers to the silent production of words in one’s mind. It plays a central role in human consciousness at the interplay of language and thought and it has been described as a kind of motor action. An i...
Catégories : Colloquium du DEC
Mots-clefs: Neurosciences, Langage, linguistique, perception auditive, pathologie, discours, schizophrénie, langage intérieur, silence, ...
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Phonological Effects on the Acquisition of Grammatical Morphemes
Katherine Demuth
01/10/2013
Conférence de Katherine Demuth Researchers have long observed that children’s early use of grammatical morphemes is highly variable. It is generally thought that this is due to incomplete syntactic or semantic representations. However, recent crossl...
Catégories : Colloquium du DEC
Mots-clefs: Langage, linguistique, enfant, apprentissage, Grammaire, sémantique, syntaxe, phonologie
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L'homme simplifié
Jean-Michel Besnier
15/11/2012
Conférence donnée lors des Jeudis de l’histoire et de la philosophie des sciences 2012-2013, organisés par le département de philosophie.Exposé de Jean-Michel Besnier L’individualisme n’est pas forcément une vertu, loin s’en faut. Les sociétés démoc...
Catégories : Les jeudis de l'HPS
Mots-clefs: Langage, société, communication, individualisme, comportement, Nouvelles technologies, non-verbal, humanité, internet, ...
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Natural Pedagogy
Gergely Csibra, György Gergely
16/11/2011
"Ostensive communication evolved as a species-unique form of epistemic cooperation in humans. Communication can induce epistemic gain both by means of ostensive reference to relevant episodic information about a particular referent (when the relevanc...
Catégories : Conférences Jean -Nicod 2011
Mots-clefs: communication, enfant, pédagogie, transmission, pédagogie naturelle
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Being Addressed
Gergely Csibra, György Gergely
14/11/2011
"In order to learn from others by communication, human infants must interpret certain acts as communicative in nature. We propose that there are at least two ways by which infants are prepared to receive information from others. First, they possess ...
Catégories : Conférences Jean -Nicod 2011
Mots-clefs: Langage, communication, enfant, pédagogie, non-verbal, verbal
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Non-Verbal Generics
Gergely Csibra, György Gergely
07/11/2011
"Non-verbal demonstratives, like pointing to something or showing something up, pick out their referents as particular objects or sets of objects individuated by spatial means. Despite of this, we have repeatedly found in studies with human infants, ...
Catégories : Conférences Jean -Nicod 2011
Mots-clefs: communication, non-verbal


Auteurs (5)
György Gergely
Central European University
Gergely Csibra
Central European University
Sylvie Lannegrand
National University of Ireland, Galway, Irlande
Hélène Loevenbruck
Laboratoire de Psychologie et NeuroCognition, Grenoble