Rene Altrov

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The study addresses the role of empathy in the recognition of vocal emotions (joy, anger, sadness) when they are moderately expressed in speech which is listened to without the speaker being seen. The test was taken by 67 adults (29 male and 38 female subjects aged 30–60), whose empathy level had previously been measured by Baron-Cohen & Wheelwright’s(More)
This paper deals with the issue of the influence of verbal content on listeners who have to identify or evaluate speech emotions, and whether or not the emotional aspect of verbal content should be eliminated. We compare the acoustic parameters of sentences expressing joy, anger, sadness and neutrality of two groups: (1) where the verbal content aids the(More)
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