Sentence comprehension affects the dynamics of bimanual co-ordination: Implications for embodied cognition

My group discussed a paper by Olmstead et al (2009) in lab meeting. This paper uses coordinated rhythmic movement as a useful movement task to probe the embodiment of language comprehension. My PhD students, Liam and Agnes wrote up a HIBAR post about the paper, which Agnes posted here.

Olmstead, A. J., Viswanathan, N., Aicher, K. A., & Fowler, C. A. (2009). Sentence comprehension affects the dynamics of bimanual coordination: Implications for embodied cognition. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology62(12), 2409-2417.

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About Andrew D Wilson

I am a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Leeds Beckett University. My research is in perception, action and embodied cognition.
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