How Big is "BIG"? Toward a Representation of Incremental Nonmanual Signals in American Sign Language

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American Sign Language (ASL) is the language of the Deaf in the United States and most of Canada. It is the primary means of communication for more than 500,000 people (Baker & Cokely, 1980). Like other signed languages, ASL relies on gestural/visual modalities, in contrast to the oral/aural modalities of spoken languages. ASL is a natura...More

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