Alfons Maes
Alfons Maes
Tilburg center for Cognition and Communication (TiCC)
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Overspecification facilitates object identification
A Arts, A Maes, L Noordman, C Jansen
Journal of pragmatics 43 (1), 361-374, 2011
Visual metaphoric conceptualization in editorial cartoons
J Schilperoord, A Maes
Multimodal metaphor 11, 213-240, 2009
Adaptation in gesture: Converging hands or converging minds?
L Mol, E Krahmer, A Maes, M Swerts
Journal of Memory and Language 66 (1), 249-264, 2012
Instructieve teksten. Analyse, ontwerp en evaluatie
A Maes, MMN Ummelen, H Hoeken
Couthino, 1996
Demonstrative nominal anaphors: a case of nonidentificational markedness
AA Maes, LGM Noordman
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 33 (2), 255-282, 1995
Reference management in instructive discourse
A Maes, A Arts, L Noordman
Discourse Processes 37 (2), 117-144, 2004
Perceptual and conceptual visual rhetoric: The case of symmetric object alignment
J Schilperoord, A Maes, H Ferdinandusse
Metaphor and Symbol 24 (3), 155-173, 2009
Who is where referred to how, and why? The influence of visual saliency on referent accessibility in spoken language production
J Vogels, E Krahmer, A Maes
Language and cognitive processes 28 (9), 1323-1349, 2013
Would you prefer pie or cupcakes? Preferences for data visualization designs of professionals and laypeople in graphic design
A Quispel, A Maes
Journal of Visual Languages & Computing 25 (2), 107-116, 2014
Stored object knowledge and the production of referring expressions: The case of color typicality
H Westerbeek, R Koolen, A Maes
Frontiers in psychology 6, 935, 2015
Classifying visual rhetoric: Conceptual and structural heuristics
A Maes, J Schilperoord
Go figure! New directions in advertising rhetoric, 233-260, 2014
Seeing and being seen: The effects on gesture production
L Mol, E Krahmer, A Maes, M Swerts
Journal of computer-mediated communication 17 (1), 77-100, 2011
The communicative import of gestures: Evidence from a comparative analysis of human–human and human–machine interactions
L Mol, E Krahmer, A Maes, M Swerts
Gesture 9 (1), 97-126, 2009
How cognitive load influences speakers' choice of referring expressions
J Vogels, E Krahmer, A Maes
Cognitive science 39 (6), 1396-1418, 2015
Does Facebook use predict college students’ social capital? A replication of Ellison, Steinfield, and Lampe’s (2007) study using the original and more recent measures of†…
MMP Vanden Abeele, ML Antheunis, MMH Pollmann, AP Schouten, ...
Communication Studies 69 (3), 272-282, 2018
Overspecification in written instruction
A Arts, A Maes, LGM Noordman, C Jansen
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 49 (3), 555-574, 2011
A conceptual framework for the study of demonstrative reference
D Peeters, E Krahmer, A Maes
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 28, 409-433, 2021
Understanding visuals in HIV/AIDS education in South Africa: differences between literate and low-literate audiences
A Carstens, A Maes, L Gangla-Birir
African journal of AIDS research 5 (3), 221-232, 2006
Nominal anaphors, markedness and coherence of discourse
A Maes
Studies op het Gebied van de Nederlandse Taalkunde., 1996
Graph and chart aesthetics for experts and laymen in design: The role of familiarity and perceived ease of use
A Quispel, A Maes, J Schilperoord
Information Visualization 15 (3), 238-252, 2016
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