MODAL: Multimodality in the Origins and Development of Attention and Language

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Description: MODAL is a research project combining naturalistic observations of behavior with experiments and linguistic modeling to advance our understanding of the multimodal facets of language.

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The aim of the MODAL project is to advance scientific knowledge about the origins and acquisition of the multimodal facets of language. I test predictions about the comparative use of sensory modalities by communication learners observed in situations of attentional or communicative breakdowns. Notably, I study the sensory modalities used to restore communication and attention. I combine cross-spe...

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