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ABSTRACT RELATIONSHIP OF BODILY COMMUNICATION WITH COGNITIVE AND PERSONALITY VARIABLES Ulaş Başar Gezgin PhD, Department of Cognitive Science Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Şükriye Ruhi May 2006, 212 pages Why are there individual differences in people’s bodily communication performance success? Which variables may be responsible for the variation in the performance success? Which analogies would appear to dominate in bodily communication, and in what ways would the metaphorization and metonymization processes operate? In this study, the relationship of bodily communication performance with cognitive and personality variables was investigated. 218 students participated to the first phase of the study while 88 of them participated to the second phase of it. In the first phase, a set of tests was given successively to determine the levels of certain cognitive and personality variables. In the experimental setting, the participants were instructed to communicate certain words one by one nonverbally just as in the ‘Silent Movie’ game. The stability of bodily communication expectancy ratings, the factor structure of bodily communication performance and the frequency of the ways of representation for each word were analyzed. Interrater reliability analysis, third eye analysis and case studies were conducted; the unsuccessful representations were described and finally, structural equation modeling results were presented. The theories and research on personality and cognition, metaphors, metonymies, analogies, bodily representations, mind-reading, pragmatics and the notion of relevance were reviewed in the dissertation and after the exposition of the strategies, schemata and scripts employed in the experiments, a model of bodily communication was proposed aiming to integrate the manifold aspects of bodily communication. Keywords: Bodily communication, metaphors, metonymies, mind-reading, inference.

Item Type:Thesis
Keywords:Bodily communication, metaphors, metonymies, mind-reading, inference
Subjects:Psychology > Applied Cognitive Psychology
Linguistics > Semantics
Psychology > Psycholinguistics
Psychology > Cognitive Psychology
Psychology > Perceptual Cognitive Psychology
Linguistics > Pragmatics
Psychology > Social Psychology
ID Code:4954
Deposited By: Gezgin, Dr. Ulas Basar
Deposited On:03 Jul 2006
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:56

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