Geoff Beattie
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The Inner Game of Tennis
T Gallwey, G Beattie
The psychology of language and communication
G Beattie, A Ellis
Routledge, 2017
Talk: An analysis of speech and non-verbal behaviour in conversation
G Beattie
Open University Press, 1983
Gesture and silence as indicators of planning in speech
B Butterworth, G Beattie
Recent advances in the psychology of language: Formal and experimental …, 1978
Do iconic hand gestures really contribute anything to the semantic information conveyed by speech? An experimental investigation
G Beattie, H Shovelton
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 123 (1-2), 1-30, 1999
Nonverbal communication, interaction, and gesture: selections from Semiotica
A Kendon, TA Sebeok, J Umiker-Sebeok
Walter de Gruyter, 2010
Mapping the range of information contained in the iconic hand gestures that accompany spontaneous speech
G Beattie, H Shovelton
Journal of language and social psychology 18 (4), 438-462, 1999
Interruption in conversational interaction, and its relation to the sex and status of the interactants
GW Beattie
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 19 (1-2), 15-36, 1981
Visible Thought: the new psychology of body language
G Beattie
London: Routledge, 2003
Contextual probability and word frequency as determinants of pauses and errors in spontaneous speech
GW Beattie, BL Butterworth
Language and speech 22 (3), 201-211, 1979
Turn-taking and interruption in political interviews: Margaret Thatcher and Jim Callaghan compared and contrasted
GW Beattie
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 39 (1-2), 93-114, 1982
Encoding units in spontaneous speech: some implications for the dynamics of conversation
GW Beattie
Temporal variables in speech, 131-144, 2011
Delusional discourse: An investigation comparing the spontaneous causal attributions of paranoid and non-paranoid individuals.
D Lee, F Randall, G Beattie, R Bentall
Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 77 (4), 525-540, 2010
An experimental investigation of the role of iconic gestures in lexical access using the tip‐of‐the‐tongue phenomenon
G Beattie, J Coughlan
British journal of psychology 90 (1), 35-56, 1999
An experimental investigation of some properties of individual iconic gestures that mediate their communicative power
G Beattie, H Shovelton
British journal of psychology 93 (2), 179-192, 2002
Sequential temporal patterns of speech and gaze in dialogue
GW Beattie
Nonverbal communication, interaction, and gesture, 297-320, 1981
Floor apportionment and gaze in conversational dyads
GW Beattie
British Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 17 (1), 7-15, 1978
Pragmatic aspects of representational gestures: Do speakers use them to clarify verbal ambiguity for the listener?
J Holler, G Beattie
Gesture 3 (2), 127-154, 2003
An exploration of the role of language production processes in the organization of behaviour in face-to-face interaction
G Beattie
Language Production, Vol. 1, Speech and Talk, 69-107, 1980
Why is Mrs Thatcher interrupted so often?
GW Beattie, A Cutler, M Pearson
Nature 300 (5894), 744-747, 1982
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