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Vocal communication of emotion

Vocal communication of emotion,T. Johnstone,K. Scherer

Vocal communication of emotion   (Citations: 63)
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Published in 2000.
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    • ...Similarly, other reports suggest higher recognition rates for facial emotional expressions when compared to vocal emotional expressions (e.g., Johnstone and Scherer 2000; Pell 2002; Hawk et al. 2009), or for emotional words when compared to emotional faces or voices (Borod et al. 2000)...

    Silke PaulmannMarcet al. Is there an advantage for recognizing multi-modal emotional stimuli?

    • ...Positive emotions are very difficult to detect from the voice (Johnstone & Scherer, 2000; Scherer, 2003)...

    Heather M. Grayet al. A Meta-Analysis of Performance on Emotion Recognition Tasks in Parkins...

    • ...Other nonverbal channels, like voice and gestures, also play a significant role in the communication of emotion, but the information they provide has not yet been found to be as specific (Johnstone and Scherer 2000)...

    Mathieu Gagnonet al. Children’s Recognition and Discrimination of Fear and Disgust Facial E...

    • ...Vocal fold tension is under significant volitional control, often in service of linguistic expression (Ohala 1983; Johnstone and Scherer 2005); however, it is also subject to nonvolitional influence (Scherer 1986; Johnstone and Scherer 2005) via changes in respiratory patterns, diaphragmatic and abdominal tension, and hormonal status, all of which are influenced by affective state (Titze 1994)...
    • ...Vocal fold tension is under significant volitional control, often in service of linguistic expression (Ohala 1983; Johnstone and Scherer 2005); however, it is also subject to nonvolitional influence (Scherer 1986; Johnstone and Scherer 2005) via changes in respiratory patterns, diaphragmatic and abdominal tension, and hormonal status, all of which are influenced by affective state (Titze 1994)...
    • ...Because the vocal system is not a distinct system but rather is overlaid on more primary structures (e.g., those of respiration and digestion; Johnstone and Scherer 2005; Scherer 1986), and because the qualities of vocalizations are affected by states of the body via its connection with the lungs and diaphragm (Titze 1994), it may be difficult to alter particular vocal signals without altering more basic functioning (e.g., breathing), and ...

    Carolyn R. Hodges-Simeonet al. Different Vocal Parameters Predict Perceptions of Dominance and Attrac...

    • ...Overall, acoustic outcomes for the three emotions we examined were consistent with those reported elsewhere (Johnstone & Scherer, 2000), with F0-related measures being highest for happiness, intermediate for anger, and lowest for sadness...

    Jessica E. Shackmanet al. Emotion expression among abusive mothers is associated with their chil...

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