2009 volume 38(1) pages 153 – 156
doi:10.1068/p6279

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Rose D, Clarke T J, 2009, "Look who’s talking: Visual detection of speech from whole-body biological motion cues during emotive interpersonal conversation" Perception 38(1) 153 – 156

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Look who’s talking: Visual detection of speech from whole-body biological motion cues during emotive interpersonal conversation

David Rose, Tanya J Clarke

Abstract. Biological motion stimuli contain a great deal of information about the person and action depicted. Here, we extend the known range by showing that viewers can see which member of a pair of conversing actors is talking. Moreover, the ability varies with the emotional content of the conversation. The implications for social cognitive neuroscience are discussed.

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