Proceedings of the 4th European and 7th Nordic Symposium on Multimodal Communication (MMSYM 2016), Copenhagen, 29-30 September 2016
Bavelas, Janet Beavin, Nicole Chovil, Douglas A. Lawrie, and Allan Wade. (1992). Interactive gestures. Discourse Processes, 15, 469-489.
Bavelas, Janet Beavin and Nicole Chovil. (2000). Visible acts of meaning. An integrated message model of language use in face-to-face dialogue. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 19, 163-194.
Calbris, Genevieve. (2011) Elements of meaning in gesture. The Netherlands: John Benjamins B.V.
Gerwing, Jennifer and Anne Marie Landmark Dalby. (2014) Gestures convey content: An exploration of the semantic functions of physicians’ gestures. Patient Education and Counseling, 96, 308-314.
Heath, Christian. (1989). Pain talk: The expression of suffering in the medical consultation. Social Psychology Quarterly, 113-125.
Heath, Christian. (2002). Demonstrative suffering: The gestural (re) embodiment of symptoms. Journal of Communication, 52(3), 597-616.
Hostetter, Autumn B. (2011). When do gestures communicate? A meta-analysis. Psychological bulletin, 137(2), 297.
Kendon, Adam. (1980) Gesticulation and speech: two aspects of the process of utterance. In: Key MR, editor. The relationship of verbal and nonverbal communication. The Hague: Mouton Publishers. p. 207–27.
Kendon, Adam. (1994). Do gestures communicate? A review. Research on language and social interaction, 27(3), 175-200.
McNeill, David. (1992) Hand and mind. What gestures reveal about thought. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Roberts, Celia, Becky Moss, and J. Stenhouse. (2003) ’ ‘Doing the Lambeth Talk’: Patients with Limited English and Doctors in General Practice: an educational resource’ DVD and handbook. Centre for Lan guage, Discourse and Communication, King’s College London. London: NHS London Post-graduate Deanery.
Roberts, Celia, Christine Atwell, and Stenhouse, J. (2006) ’Words in Action : an educational resource for doctors new to UK general practice’. London: NHS London Post-graduate Deanery.
Rowbotham, Samantha, Judith Holler, Donna Lloyd, and Alison Wearden. (2012). How do we communicate about pain? A systematic analysis of the semantic contribution of co-speech gestures in pain-focused conversations. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 36(1), 1-21.
Wittenburg, Peter, Hennie Brugman, Albert Russel, Alex Klassmann, and Han Sloetjes. (2006) ELAN: A professional framework for multimodality research. LREC 2006, fifth international conference on language resources and evaluation.