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RT : Your ums and uhs may be playing a key role in building trust: https://t.co/iiObkesuzg26 weeks 5 hours ago
RT : They usually mean that you speak with very few filled pauses. No "uhhhs" or "errrs." That's usually all it takes. — 28 weeks 3 days ago
RT : Autistic girls (N=16) say "uh" less often (vs autistic boys), ergo have higher "um" ratios? https://t.co/HhlC0g8Hjb this is "camouflaging"? — 29 weeks 1 day ago
Yup, I got two-hundred eighty, too. https://t.co/cFt6JvTPGu29 weeks 4 days ago
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RT : New research on the perception of silence in conversation, with implications for interpretation of breathing.… https://t.co/dtiPybJ8V733 weeks 2 days ago
You know, after gets released, only one mention will be necessary. 33 weeks 4 days ago
...and include the *full* citation. Don't just bury it in the third 'graf with a hyperlink on the phrase 'an articl… https://t.co/9LhU7WyoXg34 weeks 2 days ago
Thanks to for sharing this w/ me! https://t.co/zVzDIJZ6Wv34 weeks 4 days ago
"I like to imagine the guy who invented the umbrella was going to call it the 'brella'. But he hesitated" Andy Field https://t.co/t9blFaXM6S34 weeks 4 days ago
RT : The view from the conference room at DiSS2017 at KTH, Stockholm https://t.co/Kcm5azV7hT35 weeks 1 day ago
RT : Check out the filled pause at the end here https://t.co/kSMhYHeF1i36 weeks 4 days ago
RT : Problem w/ automated assessment of fluency: it only accounts for 30-50% of the variance: see our paper on L2 French… https://t.co/gl1vlqw3Df36 weeks 6 days ago
I KNEW there was a trick! 🍷 — 36 weeks 6 days ago