KNAW

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Tilburg center for Cognition and Communication

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Current research

(the most recent research is at the top)
Collaboration Multidimensional Dialogue Modelling
Commissioner Developmental and diagnostic aspects of audiovisual prosody
Secretariat Computational Models of Human Language Acquisition
Secretariat Digital Methods for Signal Processing
Secretariat Reliable Adaptive Agents in Complex Environments (RA2CE)
Secretariat Identifying and using implicit structures in sequences
Secretariat The psychology of information design: the case of visual realism
Secretariat Children's development of nonverbal behavior
Secretariat Information exchange and informed consent in medical contexts
Secretariat Emotions in Human Computer Interaction
Secretariat Group vs. individual effects in online collaboration
Secretariat Visual metaphors: referring, qualifying, evaluating and arguing
Secretariat Reactions to being excluded or rejected
Secretariat Effects of dominant listening modus
Secretariat Self-control in negotiation
Secretariat How to put it to words?
Secretariat Talking with your hands
Secretariat Nonverbal expressions of emotions across cultures
Secretariat The role of contextual elements in linguistic constructions
Secretariat Life satisfaction in well-fare states and need-fulfilment
Secretariat Visual communication
Secretariat Cognition in surveys
Secretariat The role of (vocal) emotion in communication
Secretariat What the eyes reveal about multimodal information processing
Secretariat Overspecification of referential expressions
Secretariat Social and strategic aspects of social media
Secretariat Learning and Information visualisation
Secretariat Persuading households to save energy through smart agents
Secretariat Taking the lead - Identifying factors that influence women's and men's preference to lead
Secretariat Information and complex decision making
Secretariat Creative Computing
Secretariat Gesture and Cognition
Secretariat Language, Communication and Cognition

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