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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)
The Estonian emotional speech corpus (EEKK) is being created in the framework of the National Programme for Estonian Language Technology in the Institute of the Estonian Language. The corpus contains recordings of read speech sentences expressing anger, joy and sadness, and neutral sentences. The corpus serves two objectives: 1) to form an acoustic basis of(More)
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