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Anna Puupponen
Anna Puupponen
Postdoctoral researcher, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
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Head movements in Finnish Sign Language on the basis of Motion Capture data: A study of the form and function of nods, nodding, head thrusts, and head pulls
A Puupponen, T Wainio, B Burger, T Jantunen
Sign Language & Linguistics 18 (1), 41-89, 2015
702015
Creating Corpora of Finland’s Sign Languages
J Salonen, R Takkinen, A Puupponen, H Nieminen, O Pippuri
Workshop Proceedings: 7th Workshop on the Representation and Processing of …, 2016
232016
Towards understanding nonmanuality: A semiotic treatment of signers’ head movements
A Puupponen
Glossa 4 (1), 2019
222019
Synchronizing eye tracking and optical motion capture: How to bring them together
B Burger, A Puupponen, T Jantunen
Journal of Eye Movement Research 11 (2), 2018
182018
On the rhythm of head movements in Finnish and Swedish Sign Language sentences
T Jantunen, J Mesch, A Puupponen, J Laaksonen
Speech Prosody 8, Boston, USA, May 31-June 3, 2016, 850-853, 2016
162016
Taking non-manuality into account in collecting and analyzing Finnish Sign Language video data
A Puupponen, T Jantunen, R Takkinen, T Wainio, O Pippuri
Beyond the Manual Channel. Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on the …, 2014
152014
Horisontaaliset ja vertikaaliset päänliikkeet suomalaisessa viittomakielessä
A Puupponen
152012
The Relationship between Movements and Positions of the Head and the Torso in Finnish Sign Language
A Puupponen
Sign Language Studies 18 (2), 175-214, 2018
112018
Annotated video corpus of FinSL with Kinect and computer-vision data
T Jantunen, O Pippuri, T Wainio, A Puupponen, J Laaksonen
Workshop Proceedings: 7th Workshop on the Representation and Processing of …, 2016
112016
The alignment of head nods with syntactic units in Finnish Sign Language and Swedish Sign Language
A Puupponen, T Jantunen, J Mesch
Speech Prosody 2016: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on …, 2016
92016
Understanding nonmanuality–A study on the actions of the head and body in Finnish Sign Language
A Puupponen
JYU dissertations, 2019
72019
Horisontaaliset ja vertikaaliset päänliikkeet suomalaisessa viittomakielessä [Horizontal and vertical head movements in Finnish Sign Language]
A Puupponen
Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä MA thesis, 2012
62012
Variation in the use of constructed action according to discourse type and age in Finnish Sign Language
A Puupponen, L Kanto, T Wainio, T Jantunen
Language & Communication 83, 16-35, 2022
32022
The more you move, the more action you construct: A motion capture study on head and upper-torso movements in constructed action in Finnish Sign Language narratives
T Jantunen, D De Weerdt, B Burger, A Puupponen
Gesture 19 (1), 72-96, 2020
32020
What Comes First: Combining Motion Capture and Eye Tracking Data to Study the Order of Articulators in Constructed Action in Sign Language Narratives
T Jantunen, A Puupponen, B Burger
LREC proceedings, 2020
32020
Miten viittomakielen korpusta luodaan ja mihin sitä tarvitaan?: viittomakielten korpukset ja niiden tehtävät
R Takkinen, J Salonen, A Puupponen, H Nieminen
Puhe ja kieli 40 (1), 2020
22020
Constructed action types and eye behavior in Finnish Sign Language
T Jantunen, B Burger, A Puupponen
A paper presented at the 8th Conference of the International Society for …, 2018
22018
Aspects of the rhythm in Finnish and Swedish Sign Language
T Jantunen, J Mesch, A Puupponen
The 12th International Conference on Theoretical Issues in Sign Language …, 2016
22016
The Contribution of Event-Related Potentials to the Understanding of Sign Language Processing and Production in the Brain: Experimental Evidence and Future Directions
D Hernández, A Puupponen, T Jantunen
Frontiers in Communication, 40, 2022
12022
The kinematics of constructed action in sign language narration: A motion capture study
T Jantunen, B Burger, A Puupponen
A paper presented at the 51st Annual meeting of the Societas Linguistica …, 2018
12018
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