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Article Dans Une Revue Human Movement Science Année : 2017

Complexity matching in side-by-side walking

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Didier Delignieres
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Zainy M.H. Almurad
Clément Roume
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Didier Delignières
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Résumé

Interpersonal coordination represents a very common phenomenon in daily-life activities. Three theoretical frameworks have been proposed to account for synchronization processes in such situations: the information processing approach, the coordination dynamics perspective, and the complexity matching effect. On the basis of a theoretical analysis of these frameworks, we propose three statistical tests that could allow to distinguish between these theoretical hypotheses: the first one is based on multifractal analyses, the second and the third ones on cross-correlation analyses. We applied these tests on series collected in an experiment where participants were instructed to walk in synchrony. We contrasted three conditions: independent walking, side-by-side walking, and arm-in-arm walking. The results are consistent with the complexity matching hypothesis.
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hal-01839911 , version 1 (18-12-2019)

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Didier Delignieres, Zainy M.H. Almurad, Clément Roume, Didier Delignières. Complexity matching in side-by-side walking. Human Movement Science, 2017, 54, pp.125 - 136. ⟨10.1016/j.humov.2017.04.008⟩. ⟨hal-01839911⟩
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