Prosody–face Interactions in Emotional Processing as Revealed by the Facial Affect Decision Task

  title={Prosody–face Interactions in Emotional Processing as Revealed by the Facial Affect Decision Task},
  author={M. Pell},
  journal={Journal of Nonverbal Behavior},
  • M. Pell
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Nonverbal Behavior
  • Previous research employing the facial affect decision task (FADT) indicates that when listeners are exposed to semantically anomalous utterances produced in different emotional tones (prosody), the emotional meaning of the prosody primes decisions about an emotionally congruent rather than incongruent facial expression (Pell, M. D., Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 29, 45–73). This study undertook further development of the FADT by investigating the approximate timecourse of prosody–face… CONTINUE READING
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