The Biological Foundations of Gestures: Motor and Semiotic Aspects

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Psychology Press, 1986 - Psychology - 319 pages
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Contents

In Memoriam Paul Ivan Yakovlev
1
Introduction
11
THE NEUROLOGICAL SUBSTRATUM OF GESTURES
14
References
19
Nature and Function
49
Lateral Differences in Gesture Production
77
Here and There
95
IPSILateral Motor Control Study in a Total Callosal
109
Some Implications of Lateralization for Developmental
203
The Impact of VisualSpatial Information on
215
THE PATHOLOGICAL MANIFESTATIONS
229
New Perspectives on Apraxia and Related
243
Central Communication Disorders in Deaf Signers
255
Deficits in Facial Expression and Movement
271
Shrugging Shoulders Frowning EyeBrows Smiling
295
Author Index
309

The Eye in the Control of Attention
123
Subcortical Structures 735
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