WORKSHOP1-Recognizing irony through gestural cues in spoken and signed languages

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The main purpose of this work is to explore the role played by visual cues in disambiguating sentences in spoken and signed languages. To do so, we focused on the recognition of ironic vs. sincere statements in Italian and in Italian Sign Language (LIS). Previous studies found that hearers can recognize ironic statements relying only on the speaker tone of voice (Bryant & Fox Tree, 2002), at least...


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