Linguistic models of the functioning of language have traditionally been based on linguistic examples obtained in controlled situations, quite far from the reality of everyday language. In the last decade, new work has sought to describe language in a more natural context, and in particular that of conversation. These studies focused on descriptions concerning several linguistic domains as well as their interactions: phonetics, prosody, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, mimo-gestural.
In this context, the team’s project aims to develop a language model placing interaction at the heart of the question of linguistic structures. In our approach, conversational interactions are further described in close relation to the way in which language is processed in the speaker’s brain. To meet this objective, several central themes will be addressed. In continuity with the project of the previous five-year period, it will be:
(1) To study phenomena appearing specifically during an interaction between speakers (eg. backchannels, imitation and convergence at the phonetic and discursive levels), in order to analyze the interaction between the different linguistic domains and to understand which linguistic units ( eg. prosodic, syntactic, mimo-gestural units) are the most relevant to reflect these interactions.
(2) To broaden our knowledge of how language and communicative activities are characterized by the interaction situation.
(3) To develop tools and methods for the analysis, exploration and annotation of mono- or multimodal data. This involves two complementary movements.
EventsFriday, March 18th 2022, LPL : Seminar Team Interactions with Geert Brône
Friday, November 19th 2021 9h30, LPL (salle B011) : LPL team study day
Wednesday, November 10th 2021 14h30, LPL: Defense HDR Roxane Bertrand (LPL / CNRS)
“Interactional linguistics : from corpus studies to experimentation”
Friday, Octobre 15th 2021 14h, Maison des Sciences de l’Homme Lyon : Defense HDR Marco Cappellini (LPL / AMU)
“Modeling for research-action in telecollaborative exchanges : Interactions, training of trainers, autonomy.”
Thursday 14 October 2021 14h-16h, LPL (room A-102) : Jean-Philippe Prost (LPL)
Presentation in the context of the Interaction Team meeting : “Interactions between linguistic dimensions : an holistic cartography of language”
Next LPL seminar organised by the Interactions team (open to all):Friday, March 18th 2022, LPL : Seminar Team Interactions with Geert Brône
Friday, February 19th, 10.30 – 12.00 (online) 10.30 – 11.30: Simona Pekarek Doehler, Université de Neuchâtel
Routinisation d’une grammaire-pour-l’interaction : Les trajectoires développementales de ‘je sais pas’ et ‘comment en dit’ en langue seconde
11.30 – 12.00: Marco Cappellini, LPL
Alignement des procédés d’étayage dans un télétandem
Team meetings 2022:
- Thursday, January 13th, 10h-12h (online)
Team meetings 2021:
- Friday 3 December 10h30-12h30 (roomB.011)
- Thursday 18 November 14h-15h (room A-102/online)
- Thursday 14 October 14h-16h (room A-102): Séminaire Jean-Philippe Prost
- Tuesday 28 September, 11h-12h (room A-102)
- Friday, February 19th, 10.30: seminar by S. Pekarek Doelher and M. Cappellini
- Monday, March 29th, 10.00 – 11.00
- Thursday, April 22nd, 2.00 p.m. – 4.00 p.m.
- Monday, Mai 17th, 2.00 p.m. – 3.00 p.m.
|Do we adapt our gestures to our interlocutor? Marion Tellier (LPL-AMU), Gale Stam (National Louis University) and Alain Ghio (LPL-CNRS) have just published an article in the scientific journal Gesture. This eagerly awaited article is the culmination of important research work as part of the “Gesture in Teacher Talk” project conducted by Marion and Gale since 2009.
Reference : Marion Tellier, Gale Stam, Alain Ghio. Handling language: How future language teachers adapt their gestures to their interlocutor. Gesture, John Benjamins Publishing, 2021, 20 (1), pp.30-62. ⟨10.1075/gest.19031.tel⟩ ⟨hal-03445299⟩.
|20 Octobre 2021 : Chiara Mazzocconi (post-doc) and her colleagues from the University of Gothenburg presented their work on the interaction between gaze and the pragmatic functions of laughter, and on their coordination in alignment, at the International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (ICMI 2021), Montreal 18-22 October 2021. https://dl.acm.org/doi/fullHtml/10.1145/3462244.3479947 Mazzocconi, C., Maraev, V., Somashekarappa, V., & Howes, C. (2021, October). Looking for Laughs: Gaze Interaction with Laughter Pragmatics and Coordination. In Proceedings of the 2021 International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (pp. 636-644).|
| Tuesday 12th October 2021 : The Literature and FLE (French as a Foreign Language) workshop organised by Emilie Lebreton (AMU) and Pierre-Yves Dufeu (SUFLE) provided food for thought on the legitimisation of literary practices that allow for a change in the way we look at literary works (classics and contemporary) which have their place in FLE, whatever the audience, their level and their motivations for learning French.
To access the recordings of the day, you can follow this link : https://amubox.univ-amu.fr/s/t8PL2gJiGMN7o5Z
|30th Septembre 2021 : The CNRS press office has just published a new issue on the latest article co-authored by Maud Champagne-Lavau (CNRS research director), Noémie Moreau (neuropsychologist and associate researcher at the LPL) and Emmanuelle Taché (neuropsychologist and former doctoral student at the laboratory):
Speaking with virtual humans: Assessing social cognition in traumatic brain injury with a 2nd person-perspective task. Moreau N., Taché E. and Champagne-Lavau M.. Journal of Neurospychology. https://doi.org/10.1111/jnp.12257
|July 8, 2020: Roxane Bertrand and Noël Nguyen, two members of the Interactions team, have just published an article in “The Conversation France”. Entitled “The Complex Mechanics of Ordinary Conversation” (article in French), the article sheds light on the mechanisms and practices of oral conversation.|