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Alexander Gerner

infants: a test for gaze following, Neural Networks 23, 966–972. Nancy, J.L., 2002, À l’écoute, Éditions Galilée, (Engl. Trans. Listening , by Charlotte Mandel, New York, Fordham University Press, 2007). Nancy, J.L., 2008, Forword Ascoltando, in: Szendi, P., Listen. The Story of our Ears . New York: Fordham University Press. Nelson, A., et al., 2014, Psychological data from an exploration of the rapport / synchrony interplay using motion energy analysis. J. Open Psychol. Data 2 (1), e5: , retrieved: 23

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Federico Laudisa

.2000, “Quantum theory needs no ‘interpretation’ “, Physics Today , March issue, pp. 71-72. Giere R., 1999: Science without Laws , University of Chicago Press, Chicago. Guillermin M., Dedeurwaerdere T. 2013, “Disagreement, Bell’s Inequalities and Realism: The Role of Epistemic Values in Contemporary Approaches to Quantum Mechanics”, paper available at Social Science Research Network : . Heisenberg W. 1971, Physics and Beyond , Harper, New York. Holger A. 2013, “Theoretical Terms in Science”, in E.N. Zalta

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Michael Hammond

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Ruth Hawley and Cate Allen

& Learning Association. Available at: Media-and-Learning-News_2017-03.pdf#dpac (Accessed: 10th October 2017) [12] Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (2006). Using thematic analysis in psychology. Qualitative research in psychology, 3(2), 77-101. [13] Burns, P & Lester, J. (2007) ‘Living in a material world: visualising tourism’ in Barlow, J. (ed) Making Teaching More Effective. Brighton: University of Brighton Press Cited in Ridley, P. (2011) ‘Visualising Learning’ in Hartley et al (2011) Eds. Learning