The role of prediction in dialogue: do interlocutors coordinate their utterances by forming predictive representations of what their partner is going to say and when? This question is addressed through joint language production paradigms.
- BA (Laurea Triennale) in Humanities, cum laude - University of Bologna (2005-2008)
- MA (Laurea Magistrale) in Linguistics, cum laude - University of Bologna (2008-2010)
- Collegio Superiore Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna (2005-2010)
- Gambi, C., Cop, U., Pickering, M.J. (2011). Strategic factors in shared error repair. Talk presented at the 10th PiF (Psycholinguistics in Flanders) Workshop, May 2011.
- Gambi, C., Cop, U., Pickering, M.J. (2011). What happens when I stop and you resume: Strategic factors in shared error repair. Talk presented at the 4th Joint Action Meeting, July 2011.
- Gambi, C., Cop, U., Pickering, M.J. (2011). How do speakers coordinate their utterances? Evidence for prediction of another's utterances in a joint language task. Talk presented at the 17th AMLaP Conference, September 2011.
- Gambi, C. and Pickering, M.J. (2011). A cognitive architecture
for the coordination of utterances. Front. Psychology 2:275. doi:
- Pickering, M.J., McLean, J.F., and Gambi, C. (2012). Do addressees adopt the perspective of the speaker? Acta Psychologica, 141, 261-269.
- Gambi, C., Pickering, M.J. (in press). Talking to each other and talking together: Joint language tasks and degrees of interactivity. Commentary on Schilbach, et al. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.