The expression and perception of emotions: comparing assessments of self versus others

Abstract

In the study of expressive speech communication, it is commonly accepted that the emotion perceived by the listener is a good approximation of the intended emotion conveyed by the speaker. This paper analyzes the validity of this assumption by comparing the mismatches between the assessments made by naı̈ve listeners and by the speakers that generated the… (More)

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