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Easier said than done? Task difficulty’s influence on temporal alignment, semantic similarity, and complexity matching between gestures and speech

Can you feel my rhythm? Interpersonal coordination between a child with deafblindness and their mentor

Gesture-speech physics in fluent speech and rhythmic upper limb movements

I like to move it, move it: Package for social scientists who want to use OpenPose

Movers and shakers of cognition: Hand movements, speech, task properties, and variability

Discussion session: How do children learn with their hands?

Task properties and children’s gestures and speech

Asymmetric coupling between gestures and speech during reasoning

Learning as grounded: How children's gestures and speech are coupled to task properties

Asymmetric dynamic attunement of speech and gestures as children learn: competing synergies?

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Doing science at the Weekend of Science

RUG heeft enige alfa-faculteit tijdens Weekend van de Wetenschap

Coordination in development: Caregiver-child synchrony

Hoe kunnen kinderen goed samenwerken?

How do you like your noise?

Gestures and speech - a balanced couple?

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