My current research mainly focuses on children’s gestures and speech when they learn about Science & Technology tasks. Inspired by dynamic systems theory and ecological psychology, I research how children’s gestures and speech change over time, within a task. Furthermore, I investigate how learning emerges from children’s interactions with the environmental properties of a task. I research both individual and dyadic learning. I’m currently a PhD student and teacher at the University of Groningen.
De Jonge-Hoekstra, L. , Cox, R.F.A., Van der Steen, S., & Dixon, J. (in prep.). Complexity matching of gestures and speech during an easy and a difficult task.
De Jonge-Hoekstra, L., Pouw, W., Dixon, J.A., Van der Steen, S. & Cox, R.F.A. (in prep.). Team up! How do children move and speak when they work together?
De Jonge-Hoekstra, L. , Cox, R.F.A., & Van der Steen, S. (in prep.). Learning by head movements: What happens when hand movements are restricted?
Janssen, H.M.H., De Jonge-Hoekstra, L. & Cox, R.F.A. (in prep.). Embedded, embodied communication and cognition: The case of a deafblind girl.
De Jonge-Hoekstra, L. , Van der Steen, S., Van Geert, P., & Cox, R. F. A. (2016). Asymmetric Dynamic Attunement of Speech and Gestures in the Construction of Children’s Understanding. Frontiers in Psychology , 7 , 1–19. http://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00473
Cox, R. F.A., Van der Steen, S., Guevara, M., De Jonge-Hoekstra, L. , & van Dijk, M. (2016). Chromatic and Anisotropic Cross-Recurrence Quantification Analysis of Interpersonal Behavior. In Recurrence Plots and Their Quantifications: Expanding Horizons (pp. 209-225). Springer International Publishing.