Language and Cognition Department, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
 by Olivier le Guen

Interactional Foundations of Language (22 entries)

The Interactional Foundations of Language project investigates language in its primordial context — face-to-face conversational interaction — the context in which language is learnt, and predominantly used.

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Building a Corpus of Multimodal Interaction in your Field Site

Research on video- and audio-recordings of spontaneous naturally-occurring conversation in English has shown that conversation is a rule-guided, practice-oriented domain that can be investigated for its underlying mechanics or structure.More →

Repair Sequences in Interaction

This sub-project is concerned with analysis and cross-linguistic comparison of the mechanisms of signaling and redressing ‘trouble’ during conversation. Speakers and listeners constantly face difficulties with many different aspects ofMore →