Interdisziplinäres BGC-Kolloquium
Freitag, 10. November 2006


The Optic, Haptic, and Acoustic Dimensions of Gestures: Evolutionary Significance and Methodological Implications

Paul Bouissac
(University of Toronto, Victoria College)


Copyright 2006 Paul Bouissac             




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