Adaptation to vocal expressions reveals multistep perception of auditory emotion.

@article{Bestelmeyer2014AdaptationTV,
  title={Adaptation to vocal expressions reveals multistep perception of auditory emotion.},
  author={Patricia E. G. Bestelmeyer and Pierre Maurage and Julien Rouger and Marianne Latinus and Pascal Belin},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={34 24},
  pages={8098-105}
}
The human voice carries speech as well as important nonlinguistic signals that influence our social interactions. Among these cues that impact our behavior and communication with other people is the perceived emotional state of the speaker. A theoretical framework for the neural processing stages of emotional prosody has suggested that auditory emotion is perceived in multiple steps (Schirmer and Kotz, 2006) involving low-level auditory analysis and integration of the acoustic information… CONTINUE READING
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