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  • Cultural responses to pain in UK children of primary school age: a mixed-methods study. 

    Azize, PM; Endacott, R; Cattani, A; Humphreys, A (Australia, 2014-06)
    Pain-measurement tools are often criticized for not addressing the influence of culture and ethnicity on pain. This study examined how children who speak English as a primary or additional language discuss pain. Two methods ...
  • Gesturing Meaning: Non-action Words Activate the Motor System. 

    Bach, P; Griffiths, D; Weigelt, M; Tipper, SP (Switzerland, 2010)
    Across cultures, speakers produce iconic gestures, which add - through the movement of the speakers' hands - a pictorial dimension to the speakers' message. These gestures capture not only the motor content but also the ...

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