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Fig. 4 | Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Fig. 4

From: Spatial analogies pervade complex relational reasoning: Evidence from spontaneous gestures

Fig. 4

Examples of gestures that are model-integrated (sequence 1) and gestures that are not model-integrated (sequence 2) produced during explanations of negative feedback. Factor reference and factor change gestures are indicated in blue for factor A and in green for factor B. Note that the factor change gestures (the gestures with arrows) in sequence 1 (b, c, d) are consistently produced in the locations originally assigned to each factor (the dots in a). In contrast, the factor change gestures in sequence 2 (the arrows in b and d) are not produced in the locations assigned to the relevant factor (the dots in a and c)

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