The Biological Foundations of Gestures: Motor and Semiotic Aspects

By Jean-Luc Nespoulous; Paul Perron et al. | Go to book overview

Author Index
Pages with full reference citations occur at the end of each chapter.
A
Adjei, K., 209
Ahern, G. L., 272
Albert, M. L., 204, 259
Ali-Chérif, A., 15, 109, 110
Ames, 69
Ammon, K., 264
Anderson, J. R., 42, 68, 205
Angenot, M., 24
Annett, M., 151, 197
Archibald, Y., 243, 244, 245
Arden, G. B., 134
Argyle, M., 41, 43
Artaud, A., 62
Ashton, R., 221

B
Bakan, P., 73
Baldwin, A., 159
Barakat, R. A., 43
Basso, A., 247
Bates, E., 35, 188, 203
Battison, R., 220, 255, 261, 262, 263, 264, 267, 268
Baxter, J. C., 83
Bear, D., 74
Beattie, G., 84, 88
Beaubaton, D., 15, 109, 118, 120, 121, 122
Beggs, W. D. A., 218
Bellugi, U., 32, 51, 216, 220, 221, 26
Benowitz, L. J., 272
Berstein, N. A., 96, 97
Birdwhistell, R. L., 13, 33, 39, 41, 54, 154
Bizzi, E., 96
Blake, R., 134
Blakemore, C., 123, 124
Blumstein, S. E., 204
Bogen, J. E., 109, 204, 208
Boomer, D. S., 83
Borod, J., 18, 79, 271, 272, 273, 275, 277, 278, 287, 288, 289
Boshoven, M. M., 220
Boudouresques, J., 110
Bouissac, P., 14, 143
Bower, 16, 207
Box, H. O., 156
Bradshaw, J. L., 85
Bresson, F., 189, 190
Breslaw, P. I., 218
Bretherton, I., 203
Brinkman, J., 109, 118, 120, 195
Brooker, A. S., 156
Brooks, P. H., 218
Brouchon, M., 15, 95, 96
Brown, J. W., 244, 245, 267, 288
Bruner, J. S., 69, 188
Bruyer, R., 81, 272
Bryden, M. P., 204, 220, 271, 272, 287

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