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Kristian TylÚn
Kristian TylÚn
Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics, Cognitive Science and Semiotics, Aarhus University
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Coming to terms: Quantifying the benefits of linguistic coordination
R Fusaroli, B Bahrami, K Olsen, A Roepstorff, G Rees, C Frith, K TylÚn
Psychological science 23 (8), 931-939, 2012
3142012
Dialog as interpersonal synergy
R Fusaroli, J Rączaszek-Leonardi, K TylÚn
New Ideas in Psychology 32, 147-157, 2014
2882014
Investigating conversational dynamics: Interactive alignment, Interpersonal synergy, and collective task performance
R Fusaroli, K TylÚn
Cognitive Science 40 (1), 2016
2082016
Language as a tool for interacting minds
K TylÚn, E Weed, M Wallentin, A Roepstorff, CD Frith
Mind & Language 25 (1), 3-29, 2010
1872010
Carving language for social coordination: A dynamical approach
R Fusaroli, K TylÚn
Interaction studies 13 (1), 103-124, 2012
1042012
Does interaction matter? Testing whether a confidence heuristic can replace interaction in collective decision-making
D Bang, R Fusaroli, K TylÚn, K Olsen, PE Latham, JYF Lau, A Roepstorff, ...
Consciousness and cognition 26, 13-23, 2014
882014
Environmental constraints shaping constituent order in emerging communication systems: Structural iconicity, interactive alignment and conventionalization
P Christensen, R Fusaroli, K TylÚn
Cognition 146, 67-80, 2016
722016
The dialogically extended mind: Language as skilful intersubjective engagement
R Fusaroli, N Gangopadhyay, K TylÚn
Cognitive Systems Research 29, 31-39, 2014
702014
Brains striving for coherence: Long-term cumulative plot formation in the default mode network
K TylÚn, P Christensen, A Roepstorff, T Lund, S ěstergaard, M Donald
NeuroImage 121, 106-114, 2015
612015
Interaction vs. observation: distinctive modes of social cognition in human brain and behavior? A combined fMRI and eye-tracking study
K TylÚn, M Allen, BK Hunter, A Roepstorff
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 331, 2012
582012
Causal inference from noisy time-series data—testing the convergent cross-mapping algorithm in the presence of noise and external influence
D M°nster, R Fusaroli, K TylÚn, A Roepstorff, JF Sherson
Future Generation Computer Systems 73, 52-62, 2017
552017
The emergence of systematicity: How environmental and communicative factors shape a novel communication system
J N÷lle, M Staib, R Fusaroli, K TylÚn
Cognition 181, 93-104, 2018
482018
A heart for interaction: Shared physiological dynamics and behavioral coordination in a collective, creative construction task.
R Fusaroli, JS Bj°rndahl, A Roepstorff, K TylÚn
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (9á…, 2016
482016
Making sense together: A dynamical account of linguistic meaning-making
K TylÚn, R Fusaroli, PF Bundgaard, S ěstergaard
Semiotica 2013 (194), 39-62, 2013
462013
Measures and mechanisms of common ground: Backchannels, conversational repair, and interactive alignment in free and task-oriented social interactions
R Fusaroli, K TylÚn, K Garly, J Steensig, MH Christiansen, M Dingemanse
Austin: Cognitive Science Society, 2017
422017
Thinking together with material representations: Joint epistemic actions in creative problem solving
JS Bj°rndahl, R Fusaroli, S ěstergaard, K TylÚn
Cognitive semiotics 7 (1), 103-123, 2014
382014
Joint perceptual decision-making: a case study in explanatory pluralism
DH Abney, R Dale, J Yoshimi, CT Kello, K TylÚn, R Fusaroli
Frontiers in psychology 5, 330, 2014
37*2014
Say it with flowers! An fMRI study of object mediated communication
K TylÚn, M Wallentin, A Roepstorff
Brain and language 108 (3), 159-166, 2009
352009
The evolution of early symbolic behavior in Homo sapiens
K TylÚn, R Fusaroli, S Rojo, K Heimann, N Fay, NN Johannsen, F Riede, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (9), 4578-4584, 2020
322020
Using complexity metrics with RR intervals and BPM heart rate measures
S Wallot, R Fusaroli, K TylÚn, EM Jegind°
Frontiers in physiology 4, 211, 2013
322013
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