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  1. Interpersonal Coordination: Methods, Achievements, and Challenges.Carlos Cornejo, Zamara Cuadros, Ricardo Morales & Javiera Paredes - 2017 - Frontiers in Psychology 8.
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  2. Facing the Sunrise: Cultural Worldview Underlying Intrinsic-Based Encoding of Absolute Frames of Reference in Aymara.Rafael E. Núñez & Carlos Cornejo - 2012 - Cognitive Science 36 (6):965-991.
    The Aymara of the Andes use absolute (cardinal) frames of reference for describing the relative position of ordinary objects. However, rather than encoding them in available absolute lexemes, they do it in lexemes that are intrinsic to the body: nayra (“front”) and qhipa (“back”), denoting east and west, respectively. Why? We use different but complementary ethnographic methods to investigate the nature of this encoding: (a) linguistic expressions and speech–gesture co-production, (b) linguistic patterns in the distinct regional Spanish-based variety Castellano Andino (...)
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    Dynamics of Simultaneous and Imitative Bodily Coordination in Trust and Distrust.Carlos Cornejo, Esteban Hurtado, Zamara Cuadros, Alejandra Torres-Araneda, Javiera Paredes, Himmbler Olivares, David Carré & Juan P. Robledo - 2018 - Frontiers in Psychology 9.
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    The expressive dimension of interpersonal coordination and collaborative remembering.Himmbler Olivares & Carlos Cornejo - 2020 - Pragmatics Cognition 27 (2):500-528.
    While individuals interact, they coordinate their feelings and emotions. They also coordinate several kinds of expression while interacting, like facial expressions and gestures. Inspired by Karl Bühler’s Organon model and Henri Bergson’s description of remembering experiences, we explore interpersonal coordination during a collaborative remembering task between two people. We present a case study of one dyad employing videography to identify and distinguish two types of spontaneous interpersonal coordination. In a later stage, separate interviews of both participants are analyzed to establish (...)
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    Measuring Dynamics of Infant-Adult Synchrony Through Mocap.Zamara Cuadros, Esteban Hurtado & Carlos Cornejo - 2019 - Frontiers in Psychology 10.
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    The physiognomic unity of sign, word, and gesture.Carlos Cornejo & Roberto Musa - 2017 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40.
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    Understanding human encounters goes beyond explaining musculoskeletal coordination: a review.David Carré & Carlos Cornejo - 2022 - Cognition and Emotion 36 (8):1479-1484.
    Complex systems theory has become one of the main frameworks to understand, model and explain interactional phenomena such as interpersonal coordination. In her paper, Butler (this issue) applies this approach to theorise about coordination at large, including human interactions. We argue that the all-encompassing language of complex systems theory leads to overemphasising the physical aspects that human interactions share with other coordinated systems in nature. This emphasis ultimately disregards the meaningful dimension implied in any human movement, understanding it as mechanical (...)
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    Searching for the microcosm: A glimpse into the roots of Vygotsky’s holism.Carlos Cornejo - 2015 - History of the Human Sciences 28 (2):72-92.
    In this article, I examine Vygotsky’s holism by considering his usage of ‘microcosm’ and chronicling the term’s origin and development. This exploration leads first to Spinoza’s monism as the primordial source of Vygotsky’s holism. Then, I present the notion of microcosm in the context of German Romanticism and J. W. Goethe. Humboldt’s Cosmos and Lotze’s Microcosmus are presented as 19th-century exemplars of the holistic tradition. Finally, I examine Vygotsky’s usage of the term ‘microcosm’ and argue that this concept cannot be (...)
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