Núria Esteve Gibert
First and second language acquisition
Integration of gesture and phonology
Prosodic and pragmatic development
The acquisition of audiovisual prosody and meaning
Temporal relationship between prosody and gesture
Esteve-Gibert, N., Prieto, P. & Liszkowski, U. (submitted). Twelve-month-olds use gesture shape and prosody to interpret social intentions. Developmental Science.
Esteve-Gibert, N., Prieto, P., & Pons, F. (under review). Nine-month-old infants are sensitive to the temporal alignment of prosodic and gesture prominences. Infant Behavior and Development.
Armstrong, M., Andreu, Ll., Esteve-Gibert, N. & Prieto, P. (in press) Children’s online processing of morphosyntactic and prosodic cues in overriding context-based hypotheses. To appear in the special volume of Probus “Language Acquisition in the 21st Century:
Theory and Methodology”, ed. by Juana Liceras and John Grinstead.
Esteve-Gibert, N., Liszkowski, U. & Prieto, P. (in press). Prosodic and gesture features of Catalan child-directed speech. M. E. Armstrong, N. Henriksen & M. M. Vanrell (Ed.) Interdisciplinary
approaches to intonational grammar in Ibero-Romance. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Esteve-Gibert, N. & Prieto, P. (2014) Infants temporally coordinate gesture-speech combinations before they produce their first words. Speech Communication
57, pp. 301-316.
Esteve-Gibert, N. & Prieto, P. (2013). Prosody
signals the emergence of intentional communication in the first year of
life: evidence from Catalan-babbling infants. Journal of Child
Language 40(5), pp. 919-944.
Esteve-Gibert, N. & Prieto, P. (2013). Prosodic
structure shapes the temporal realization of intonation and manual gesture
movements. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research
56(3), pp. 850-864.
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