Is there empirical evidence for the dynamic nature of communication systems?: The role of synchronization and inferential communication
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Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (5):625-626 (2002)
|Abstract||Communication is a multichannel, multiunit process that works on different levels. It is sequential with specific information carriers on a cognitive accessible level, and dynamic for the regulation of relationships at the same time. One function of communication is the broadcasting of internal states that can be assessed by inferential communication.|
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