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Conversation, coupling and complexity: Matching Scaling Laws Predict Performance in a Joint Decision Task

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Conversation, coupling and complexity : Matching Scaling Laws Predict Performance in a Joint Decision Task. / Fusaroli, Riccardo; Abney, Drew; Bahrami, Bahador; Kello, Chris; Tylén, Kristian.

2013. Poster session presented at Cognitive Science, Berlin, Germany.

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Harvard

Fusaroli, R, Abney, D, Bahrami, B, Kello, C & Tylén, K 2013, 'Conversation, coupling and complexity: Matching Scaling Laws Predict Performance in a Joint Decision Task', Cognitive Science, Berlin, Germany, 31/07/2013 - 03/08/2013.

APA

Fusaroli, R., Abney, D., Bahrami, B., Kello, C., & Tylén, K. (2013). Conversation, coupling and complexity: Matching Scaling Laws Predict Performance in a Joint Decision Task. Poster session presented at Cognitive Science, Berlin, Germany.

CBE

Fusaroli R, Abney D, Bahrami B, Kello C, Tylén K. 2013. Conversation, coupling and complexity: Matching Scaling Laws Predict Performance in a Joint Decision Task. Poster session presented at Cognitive Science, Berlin, Germany.

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Vancouver

Fusaroli R, Abney D, Bahrami B, Kello C, Tylén K. Conversation, coupling and complexity: Matching Scaling Laws Predict Performance in a Joint Decision Task. 2013. Poster session presented at Cognitive Science, Berlin, Germany.

Author

Fusaroli, Riccardo ; Abney, Drew ; Bahrami, Bahador ; Kello, Chris ; Tylén, Kristian. / Conversation, coupling and complexity : Matching Scaling Laws Predict Performance in a Joint Decision Task. Poster session presented at Cognitive Science, Berlin, Germany.

Bibtex

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abstract = "We investigate the linguistic co-construction of interpersonal synergies. By applying a measure of coupling between complex systems to an experimentally elicited corpus of joint decision dialogues, we show that interlocutors{\textquoteright} linguistic behavior displays increasing signature of multi-scale coupling, known as complexity matching, over the course of interaction. Furthermore, we show that stronger coupling corresponds with more effective interaction, as measured by collective task performance.",
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RIS

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