- Title Pages
- An introduction to signed languages
- Chapter 1 Neuropsychology of communicative movements
- Chapter 2 Neural disorders of language and movement: evidence from American Sign Language
- Chapter 3 Emotional and conversational nonverbal signals
- Chapter 4 Language from faces: uses of the face in speech and in sign
- Chapter 5 Triangulating the growth point—arriving at consciousness
- Chapter 6 The role of speech-related arm/hand gestures in word retrieval
- Chapter 7 The development of gesture with and without speech in hearing and deaf children
- Chapter 8 Do signers gesture?
- Chapter 9 Signs, gestures, and signs
- Chapter 10 Two modes—two languages?
- Chapter 11 Embodied conversational agents: a new paradigm for the study of gesture and for human—computer interface
- Gesture, Speech, and Sign
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