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it is possible to say that nonverbal gestures, speech and language are strongly associated with the developmental side (Capone and McGregor, 2004; Tillier, 2009), neurosis (Bates and Dick, 2002; Iverson and Thilene, 1999: 20), and behavioral (Mayberry and Jack, 2000; ...
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The presence of nonverbal gestures reduces confusion and ambiguity (Holler and Betty, 2003). This indicates that they have meaning (Kelly et al., 1999). According to Capone and McGregor (2004), nonverbal gestures can do more, because they help support the performance ...
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Non-verbal gestures may facilitate language acquisition and verbal communication due to the fact that they play an important role (Caprice, Volterra, 2008; Kelly, Ozierik, Maris 2010, Rowe and Golden-Mido, 2009; Rowe, Ozilinskin and Golden-Mido, 2008; Skipper, , Nesbam, and Small, ...
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