Recognition of affective prosody: continuous wavelet measures of event-related brain potentials to emotional exclamations.

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The affective state of a speaker can be identified from the prosody of his or her speech. Voice quality is the most important prosodic cue for emotion recognition from short verbal utterances and nonverbal exclamations, the latter conveying pure emotion, void of all semantic meaning. We adopted two context violation paradigms-oddball and priming-to study… (More)

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@article{Bostanov2004RecognitionOA, title={Recognition of affective prosody: continuous wavelet measures of event-related brain potentials to emotional exclamations.}, author={Vladimir Bostanov and Boris Kotchoubey}, journal={Psychophysiology}, year={2004}, volume={41 2}, pages={259-68} }