Decoding speech prosody in five languages

@inproceedings{Thompson2006DecodingSP,
  title={Decoding speech prosody in five languages},
  author={William Forde Thompson and L L Balkwill},
  year={2006}
}
Twenty English-speaking listeners judged the emotive intent of utterances spoken by male and female speakers of English, German, Chinese, Japanese, and Tagalog. The verbal content of utterances was neutral but prosodic elements conveyed each of four emotions: joy, anger, sadness, and fear. Identification accuracy was above chance performance levels for all emotions in all languages. Across languages, sadness and anger were more accurately recognized than joy and fear. Listeners showed an in… CONTINUE READING

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