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Psychometric tests were administered to 36 alcoholic patients with cirrhosis without overt portal systemic encephalopathy and to 32 alcoholics without liver diseases. Verbal ability was preserved in both groups. The cirrhotic patients scored worse than the alcoholics without liver disease on most of the tests of psychomotor performance. Based on the three(More)
Three experiments investigated the role of duration and intonation in the expression of emotions in natural and synthetic speech. Two sentences of an actor portraying seven emotions (neutral, joy, boredom, anger, sadness, fear, indignation) were acoustically analyzed. By copying pitch and duration of the original utterances to a monotonous one, it could be(More)