Background Research

Texts on Communicative Practice, Performance, Epistemics and Pragmatics:

• Austin, J. (1962) How to Do Things with Words, Oxfordshire: Oxford University Press.
• Brandom, R..(1994), Making It Explicit: Reasoning, Representing and Discursive Comitment, Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
• Grice, P. (1989) Studies in the Way of Words, Cambridge: Harvard University press.
• Moldoveanu, M.C. and J.A.C. Baum, Epinets: the Epistemic Structure and Dynamics of Social Networks, Stanford: Stanford University Press.
• Searle, J. (1969) Speech Acts, New York: Cambridge University Press.
• Stalnaker, R. (2014) Context New York: Oxford University Press.
• Toulmin, S.E. (1958 [2012]), The Uses of Argument, New York: Cambridge University Press.
• Toulmin, S.E. and A. Janik (1984), Introduction to Reasoning, Pearson Publishing.

Easy reading, practice-oriented texts on creating written documents and presentations that are nevertheless based on intelligently begotten empirical insight.

• Pinker, S. (2014) The Sense of Style, New York: Viking.
• Kosslyn, S. (2010) Better PowerPoint: Quick Fixes Based on How Your Audience Thinks, New York: Oxford University Press.
• Williams, J. (2016) On Writing Well, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
• Zinsser, W. (2006) On Writing Well, New York: Harper Collins.

Easy-reading, practice oriented work on working with the voice as an expressive medium.

• Linklater, K. (2006) Freeing the Natural Voice, New York: OpenDrama.

Empirical Works on the Causal Powers of Non-Verbal Communications.
Facial Action Unit Dynamics

Gaze Dynamics

Pupillary Dynamics

Gestural landscape and body language

Posture Statics and Dynamics

Voice Signal variables

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